Articles

February 1, 2016

Losing Luke and Jumping to John

By Anthony Buzzard Church members tend to accept without careful examination the “Jesus” presented to them in church. The question of the origin of a person […]
February 1, 2016

Can the Same Single Line Begin at Two Different Points?

By Anthony Buzzard A very significant theological school has long protested the notion that one can preexist oneself. That school has asked its opponents to explain […]
February 1, 2016

An Old Testament Word Study: Mashiach

By Brian Wright We routinely speak of Jesus as the Messiah. What exactly are we saying when we use this title to describe him? The term […]
January 7, 2016

Changing Interpretations by JWs

By Pierre-Keefa You will notice in these quotations how much Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Christology changed over the years and the absurdity of some of their claims. They […]
January 7, 2016

The Case for the Human Jesus in Luke

In his book, The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture, Bart Ehrman identifies 3 main categories of theological emphasis that predominated and to some extent controlled the motivations […]
January 7, 2016

What Did the Early Church Fathers See in John?

The often quoted prologue to the Gospel of John (a passage that has baffled many for centuries) was used very early on by Church Fathers to […]
January 7, 2016

“And what God was the word was”

The writer of the Gospel of John was Jewish and therefore relied on an already established Hebraic way of thinking. This is reflected in the opening […]

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