Did Enoch go to Heaven?

Hebrews 11:5 By trust Enoch was moved so that he would not see death, and he could not be found, because God moved him, for before he was moved he obtained the testimony that he pleased God. “moved.” The record of Enoch is in Genesis 5, and this verse specifically refers to Genesis 5:24. The … Continue reading Did Enoch go to Heaven?

The Jesus that Peter taught in His First Sermon

Throughout this sermon Peter maintains a clear distinction between God and Jesus. It was God who performed the miracles in the life of Jesus, God Who allowed him to be slain according to “his counsel,” God Who raised him from the dead, and God Who exalted him. At a specific point in time God “made Jesus both Lord and Christ.” Nowhere in his sermon does Peter hint at the idea of Jesus being a Divine being or as having existed before his birth. His unjust death is seen as a real death. Throughout the sermon Peter treats Jesus the Nazarene as a genuine human being though one in whom God worked miraculous deeds and one whom has subsequently been highly exalted.

Jesus Christ died so how could He have been God?

This continues as series on the trinity not being a biblical teaching. The Bible tells us that God is immortal, He cannot die. Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, to God who alone is wise, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen. (1 Timothy 1:17) [God] who alone has immortality, dwelling in unapproachable … Continue reading Jesus Christ died so how could He have been God?

Do all Religions Point to the same God?

Christians are often accused of being narrow-minded because we assert there is no other way to get to God than through Jesus Christ. People often ask the question “Don’t all religions point to the same God?” or “What’s so special about Jesus? Why is he the only way?” The first point to make is that … Continue reading Do all Religions Point to the same God?