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January 31, 2018

Begotten In or Outside the Womb?

The Gospels continuously refer to Jesus as God’s monogenes huios, “only-begotten[1] son,” i.e., “the Son of God.” The whole of the 1st century apostolic faith can […]
January 31, 2018

A List of Things & Persons that “Preexisted.”

Extra-Biblical, Jewish works: “Seven things were created before the world was made, and these are they: Torah, repentance, the Garden of Eden, Gehenna, the throne of […]
January 31, 2018

Are There Any Trinitarians to be found in the NT? Part 2

by Etienne Curnow In part 1 it was established that from manger to cross Jesus was a unitarian. He was a unitarian in the strict sense […]
January 1, 2018

Are There Any Trinitarians to be found in the NT? Part 1

by Etienne Curnow The simple fact is that there are no Trinitarians to be found in the NT. The basic thesis is that Jesus, his pre-Calvary […]
January 1, 2018

The word or the Word of God?

Anchor Bible, vol. 4, “Logos”: Logos is used 331 times in the NT and in most of the same ways in which it is used in […]
January 1, 2018

Karl Rahner and His Christology

Foundations of Christian Faith, New York: Seabury Press, l978. A book review by Sir Anthony F. Buzzard:       Rahner describes his purpose in writing as a […]
November 21, 2017

“The Father and I are one,” John 10.30

Calvin’s Commentaries (Delaware: Associated Publishers and Authors, n.d.), p. 780. “The ancients made a wrong use of this passage to prove that Christ is (homoousios) of […]
November 21, 2017

Jesus of Nazareth, pub. 1925.

Exerts from Joseph Kalusner’s book: “That Jesus never regarded himself as God is most obvious from his reply when hailed as ‘Good master’ (Mark 10:18; Luke […]

There is one mediator between the One God and human beings, Jesus the Messiah, himself human.