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?
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
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
I was studying my bible this morning and looked up what man meant in the Vines because of Son of Man description of Jesus. As you can see below in Greek the term man is generally used to denote a human being either male or female. I know a number of women feel left out … Continue reading The Term Man in the NT