5 Reasons the Gospel of John is Not Trinitarian

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

The Coming Kingdom in the Gospels

Copyright © Tim Warner The Kingdom in the Birth Narratives The first event featured in the New Testament was the birth of Jesus Christ. Interwoven into the birth narratives, in Matthew and Luke, references to Christ's coming Kingdom abound. There is more emphasis on the fact that Jesus, as the Messiah, would rule as King, … Continue reading The Coming Kingdom in the Gospels

Are The 144,000 Jews in Revelation 7:3 Jewish Evangelists

Introduction There have been numerous teachings about what the 144,000 Jews represent and what is their role in the end times. Greek thought has led to some amazing explanations for whom they represent. This post hopes to present a more biblical and Hebrew view of how the Jews would understand this portion of scripture. John … Continue reading Are The 144,000 Jews in Revelation 7:3 Jewish Evangelists