The Holy Spirit, from the evidence found in the Bible, is not a person in a supposed Trinity. The Holy Spirit is the very nature, presence and expression of God's power actively working in His servants. Rather than describing the Holy Spirit as a distinct person or entity, the Bible most often refers to it … Continue reading The Holy Spirit Is Not a Person
A Biblical Soul (Nephesh) is the whole Person including the Body
The Biblical Concept of “Soul” We proceed now to an examination of the Biblical concept of “soul.” It is our understanding of this term which will condition our understanding of the state of man in death. The foundation of the Biblical anthropology is laid in Genesis 2:7: “The LORD God formed man of the dust … Continue reading A Biblical Soul (Nephesh) is the whole Person including the Body
Holy Spirit is NOT a Person but the Breath of God
One of the issues is that the Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles use the English word “Spirit” for the Greek pneuma. The Greek word, like its Hebrew counterpart ruach, literally means “wind” or “breath,” implying an active but unseen force (John 3:8; Acts 17:25). However, there are three metaphorical uses besides the literal meaning. Angels … Continue reading Holy Spirit is NOT a Person but the Breath of God
11 Things Pro-Choicers Do Not Get
BY KRISTI BURTON BROWN Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:27 EST We’re talking about real babies. Like this one. 1) It’s not about choice; it’s about abortion. I mean, really, what “choice” are we talking about here? The “choice” to what? We’re not debating the “choice” to keep your child and raise him yourself. We’re not arguing … Continue reading 11 Things Pro-Choicers Do Not Get
What is a Graven Image?
The phrase “graven image” comes from the King James Version and is first found in Exodus 20:4 in the first of the Ten Commandments. The Hebrew word translated “graven image” means literally an idol. A graven image is an image carved out of stone, wood, or metal. It could be a statue of a person or … Continue reading What is a Graven Image?