I’ve been so busy lately that I haven’t had the chance to upload my recent presentation at a historical conference held at Atlanta Bible College. So here it is!
In this presentation I provide a brief historical survey of “biblical unitarian” theology (in other words, unitarian theology without Christological pre-existence) from the first to the fourth centuries CE. From there I introduce the life, times, and theology of Photinus of Galatia, the fourth-century bishop of Sirmium. I also reflect on the value of preserving and discussing unitarian Christian history today.
See the video below. The loud air-conditioner in the room eroded this video’s audio quality a bit; for a higher-quality audio-only version, see the other link below it.