Is the Trinity in Genesis?

by Kermit Zarley aka Servetus the Evangelical Most Christians believe in the church doctrine of the Trinity, that God is one essence consisting of three co-equal and co-eternal Persons: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. Many cite three passages in the book of Genesis as their primary Old Testament (OT) support … Continue reading Is the Trinity in Genesis?

Summary of Why “The Real Jesus” is Not God

by Servetus the Evangelical Jesus of Nazareth is the most famous man who ever lived. But who was He? To learn about His identity we must turn to the Bible. The New Testament presents Jesus as a seer-prophet, a teaching rabbi, an itinerant preacher, a wisdom sage, a charismatic healer, a miracle worker, and an … Continue reading Summary of Why “The Real Jesus” is Not God

How should Logos in John 1:1-3 be understood?

By Chuck LaMattina Many Trinitarians will argue that the first three verses of the gospel of John provide strong proof that Jesus is God. A footnote on John 1:1, in The MacArthur Study Bible (New King James Version) states, Before the universe began, the Second Person of the Trinity always existed . . . Because … Continue reading How should Logos in John 1:1-3 be understood?

Is Jesus Both God and Man?

by Sean Finnegan sean@KingdomReady.org "…How in the world could Jesus be omnipresent if he couldn't be in two places at once?" I asked. "How could he be omniscient when he says, Not even the Son of Man knows the hour of his return? How could he be omnipotent when the gospels plainly tell us that … Continue reading Is Jesus Both God and Man?

One God Elohim

by Sean Finnegan Yahweh is referred to as Elohim in the first sentence of the first page of the first book of the Bible. "In the beginning God [Elohim] created the heavens of the earth" (Genesis 1:1). IN fact, Yahweh is the Elohim of elohim – the God of gods (Deuteronomy 10:17; Joshua 22:22; Psalms … Continue reading One God Elohim

Let Us make man Genesis 1:26 – Who is the Us?

Preface This is the most believable and understandable explanation of who is the "Us" in Genesis 1:26. by Sean Finnegan (sean@kingdomready.org) The word "person" has multiple meanings. In normal conversation, it means simply a human being. However, in theological terminology (thanks to the council of Nicaea in AD 325) "person" means a being that has … Continue reading Let Us make man Genesis 1:26 – Who is the Us?

Email sent to Trinitarian Friends

The below Email is what I sent to my Trinitarian friends. It covers the basics of why the Trinity doctrine cannot be found in the bible and that it was created over around 400 years of haggling by the church leadership. I hope this email will help anyone see the reasons why trinity Christians are … Continue reading Email sent to Trinitarian Friends

Responding to Trinitarian Claims about Jesus

WAS JESUS A GOD-MAN? THE HYPOSTATIC UNION The doctrine of the Trinity states that God is 3 persons in one nature; but the theory of the hypostatic union states that Jesus was one person with 2 natures– one divine and the other human when on the earth. This is a contradictory position. If the 3 … Continue reading Responding to Trinitarian Claims about Jesus

Michael Servetus Murdered by Calvin – Trinity

This is a post to honour a brave man of God most have never heard of called Michael Servetus 1511-1553. The genius of Michael Servetus extends to many fields of human endeavor: jurisprudence, mathematics, geography, astrology, philosophy, medicine, theology, and biblical criticism. He was murdered by John Calvin because Michael Servetus did not agree with … Continue reading Michael Servetus Murdered by Calvin – Trinity

Basic Historical Background of the Trinity Doctrine

THE VARIOUS DOCTRINES ABOUT GOD AND CHRIST CONCEPTION CHRISTOLOGY The belief that the Son of God – Jesus - came into existence in the womb of Mary by the miraculous operation of God’s spirit and thus bringing Jesus, the Son of God into existence by a virginal begetting i.e. Jesus had no human father. MAIN … Continue reading Basic Historical Background of the Trinity Doctrine