How Could Jesus Save us if He was just a Man?

Greg Deuble: http://www.thebiblejesus.com Trinitarians suggest that believing “Jesus is God” is a salvation issue. As one representative spokesperson framed it, if Jesus was “just a man he couldn’t possibly live a sinless life or be enough to pay for all our sin”. Thus, according to the trinitarian, failure to believe that Jesus is God will … Continue reading How Could Jesus Save us if He was just a Man?

Anyone Round Here Seen God?

Greg Deuble: http://www.thebiblejesus.org As one who takes the Bible seriously I have to confess that I have been exercised by a conundrum. It’s one all lovers of the Scriptures face. It may be stated like this: The Bible says “no man has seen God at any time, nor indeed can see Him” (I Tim. 6: … Continue reading Anyone Round Here Seen God?

God the Son or The Son of God?

Greg Deuble: http://www.thebiblejesus.com No doubt many will be surprised, even shocked perhaps, that the heading of this article could even hint that the titles “God the Son” and “The Son of God” are not one and the same. For them it is not one or the other. Both designations are equivalent and therefore equally true. … Continue reading God the Son or The Son of God?

Defining and Explaining the word God

Introduction The Bible teaches monotheism from Genesis to Revelation. The New Testament does not in any way compromise the Shema (Deuteronomy. 6:4). ”Hear O Israel, the LORD (YHWH) our God, the LORD (YHWH) is one”. In the modern world we have all sorts of different understandings of what the word "God" means. However we need … Continue reading Defining and Explaining the word God

Jesus’ Favourite Bible Verse

Greg Deuble: http://www.thebiblejesus.org Most of us have a favourite Bible verse, or maybe a few verses that are special to us. Perhaps it is a verse that first brought us to faith in Christ, or it may be a verse that brought us guidance at a crisis point in our lives, or even a verse … Continue reading Jesus’ Favourite Bible Verse

Why does Matthew use “the Kingdom of Heaven”?

If we were to look for one single theme that seems to be the most central and most important theme of the entire gospel of Matthew, it would be the theme of the coming of the kingdom. We see in the first instance that the term gospel refers to the gospel of the kingdom — … Continue reading Why does Matthew use “the Kingdom of Heaven”?

Should Jesus be Worshiped?

Should Jesus be worshiped? Should he become the focal point of our spiritual life above that of God the Father? On the other hand, should he be viewed as deserving the same reverence and awe we are to give the Father? Would it be right to revere Jesus to a lesser degree than our true … Continue reading Should Jesus be Worshiped?

Is God made up of 3 Persons?

Introduction There has been much debate and argument about the doctrine of the trinity. Is it biblical? Please read to the end if you are a Trinitarian. Even if you disagree, you will learn something. It can be helpful to understand what non Trinitarians believe and why. We are not heretics. We love Jesus just … Continue reading Is God made up of 3 Persons?

Does Jesus being the Son of God mean that He is God?

Introduction Matthew 9:6 But that you may know that the Son of Man has power on earth to forgive sins"—then He said to the paralytic, "Arise, take up your bed, and go to your house." God the Father has given Jesus the authority to forgive sins. The authority and power to do this is still … Continue reading Does Jesus being the Son of God mean that He is God?

Paul and the UNKNOWN God story shows that God is one Person

Most Christians remember the story about Paul’s UNKNOWN “God” portion of scripture in Acts. It helps understand the nature of God and is He made up of 2 or 3 persons as Paul makes certain aspects very clear. As you read the below portion of Scripture in which covers the UNKNOWN God story, please notice … Continue reading Paul and the UNKNOWN God story shows that God is one Person