"Let all the angels of God worship him." Trinitarian Claim A very common claim by Trinitarians is to claim "Jesus is God" because we find both men and angels worshiping Jesus in the Bible. Examination of the Claims Greek word Proskyneo and the English word "Worship." In Greek, there are two words which have been … Continue reading Does worship of Jesus demonstrate he is God?
"Hear O Israel, the LORD our God the LORD is one." - The Shema Proof of the Trinity Error The fact that Jesus was born under the Law and was required to observe the Law, demonstrates to us precisely WHO this passage is identifying: the God of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Evidence The LORD … Continue reading The Shema – Deuteronomy 6:4
Colossians 1:16-18 For in him were all things created - the things in heaven and the things upon earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones, or lordships , or rulers, or authorities. All things were created through him and unto him. Trinitarians claim that Paul is referring to the Genesis act of creation. Upon this premise, … Continue reading Jesus Created All Things? Colossians 1:16-18
The Gospel of John is thought to contain the strongest evidence for the traditional view that Jesus Christ is the second member of a Triune God. From John’s famous prologue to the declaration of doubting Thomas, there appears to be a trove of proof texts available to the Trinitarian. But in the process of focusing … Continue reading 5 Reasons the Gospel of John is Not Trinitarian
I have been on a spiritual journey over the last 2 years. I have had a number of questions and have always asked God for godly wisdom. i.e. I have been searching for truth and understanding. I have been made aware that Gnosticism and Greek thought had impacted Christianity over the centuries. So I wanted … Continue reading Becoming a Unitarian
Copyright © Tim Warner Some progressive dispensationalists believe the Davidic Covenant is partially fulfilled by Christ's being seated in heaven at the right hand of the Father. Other progressives hold that Christ's being seated on David's throne is exclusively reserved for the Millennium, (as do traditional dispensationalists). The purpose of this article is to show … Continue reading Jesus is Not Yet Seated on David’s Throne
Copyright © Tim Warner 4windsfellowships.net Dispensationalists mistakenly think that God's program for Israel was suspended on the Day of Pentecost, and "the Church" was begun. Many non-dispensationalists think God's program for Israel was cancelled completely, by Israel's rejection of Jesus as Messiah. Both are wrong. When Jesus came, a prophesied change occurred within the nation … Continue reading Another Prophet Like Moses Would Come & Israel’s Division
Copyright © Tim Warner The "commandments of God" in Scripture have been a source of much confusion among Christians. Some claim that only Paul's teaching applies to us directly. Some claim that all "New Testament" commandments are for us. Others say some Old Testament commandments apply also. Others say all of the commands in Scripture … Continue reading Which Commandments do We Keep?
Copyright © Tim Warner http://www.4windsfellowships.net Jesus & the Church in Psalm 22 The Greek word translated "Church" in the Bible is "ekklesia." It means "a called out assembly." It is found 112 times in the Greek New Testament. In all 112 cases, except Matthew 16:18, Acts 7:38, 1 Corinthians 10:32, Ephesians 1:22, Ephesians 3:10, Ephesians … Continue reading The Church in the Old Testament
Copyright © Tim Warner The Nature and Purpose of Parables The Gospels contain several Kingdom parables. But, before we address the meanings of these parables, we need to first look at parables in general. Matthew 13:34-3534 All these things Jesus spoke to the multitude in parables; and without a parable He did not speak to … Continue reading The Kingdom Hope in the Parables of Jesus