by Servetus the Evangelical aka Kermit Zarley When the risen Jesus appeared to his gathered disciples on the first Easter evening, the Apostle Thomas was not present (John 20:19-24). The disciples later told him they had seen Jesus. Thomas said he would not believe unless he saw Jesus for himself (v. 25). One week later … Continue reading Did Thomas Call Jesus “My God” in John 20:28?
Introduction The Bible teaches that there is one God, the Father, and one Messiah and Lord, Jesus Christ, who is the divinely conceived Son of God. Those are very important truths, and this post will give evidence that supports them. In doing so, this post will also show that Jesus Christ is the fully human … Continue reading Discussing the Doctrine of the Trinity
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
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
There are multiple names and titles used for God in the Bible, and sometimes it can be confusing to understand. One confusion arises from varied capitalization of the terms "Lord" and "God," primarily in the Old Testament. In large part, this is a result of English translators attempting to convey the Hebrew term used for … Continue reading What is the difference between LORD, GOD, Lord and God?
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
The concept of Name. Especially in Hebrew thought but also in nearly all cultures there was the conception that the appellation by which someone was known in some way communicated something of his character. Hence especially in the Hebrew mentality the concept of name was very important.. The Personal Character of a Name In addition … Continue reading Explanation of The Names Of God