One of the biggest questions in the Christian faith is, “Why the God-man?”. 1700 years ago Athanasius took on the world over the contours and definitions of how Jesus was God and man at the same time, without being some new third kind of being that was ultimately neither. One of the most important doctrines of the Christian faith, the hypostatic union (or the understanding of how the Christ could be and must be fully God and fully man at the same time, two natures while still being one person) is at the heart of the atonement. Christmas is more than the celebration of the birth of Jesus, it holds within a celebration of the most significant event in human history, when God entered into the world and became like us, so that we could become children of God. With Special guest Rev. Kent Moorlach of Communion Presbyterian Church of Irvine and Brad Vancata of Calvary Presbyterian Church of Glendale, CA. Christopher Neiswonger hosting.