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July 31, 2019

Did Jesus raise himself from the dead?

In John 2.19 Jesus did not say, “I will raise myself up.” The word translated “raise” [egeiro] simply means to get up or to wake up. […]
July 16, 2019

Jonathan McLatchie Debate Closing: Does the OT teach the Trinity?

The scriptures clearly teach that the God of the OT, in fact the God of the entire Bible, is one Single individual, one Self, one He, […]
July 16, 2019

Accommodation with Greek Philosophy

It was common for students in the Greek world to go from one school of philosophy to another, listening to debates and querying positions taken, and […]
July 16, 2019

The First Greek Philosophical Trinitarian

Tertullian affirmed that the two natures of Christ “acted distinctly” and that while the two natures are “conjoined” in Jesus, they must not be confounded so […]
June 27, 2019

Who is “our only Master and Lord” in Jude 4?

A recent trend by the Jesus-is-God movement is to point to Jude 4 in order to do away with the clear statement in John 17:3 where […]
April 25, 2019

What does “making himself equal with God” mean?

James McGrath, John’s Apologetic Christology, pp 77-79. “The Johannine conflict with `the Jews’ over Christology was not about Jesus performing divine functions per se. If Jesus […]
April 25, 2019

A Discussion on the Trinity, 1867.

Between Rev. W. B. H. Beach, of the Christian Denomination, and Rev. Y. Hickey, Presbyterian Minister, held in Presbyterian Church, Greenville, NY., 1867. A Methodist Minister […]
April 25, 2019

What does “Alpha and Omega,” “First and Last” mean in the Bible?

These titles are synonymous but applied in two different ways to God the Father and His Son, Jesus. For Jesus the “first and the last” means […]

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