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Worshipping Someone Does Not Make Them God

The majority of Christendom think that since Jesus was worshipped, this means he is God. They will also often refer to passage where Jesus says, “You shall worship the Lord your God, and serve Him only” (Matt. 4: 10). Note … Continue reading

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God Manifest in the Flesh?

Trinity and Oneness (Modalism) advocates like to use 1 Tim. 3:16 to prove Jesus is God. It reads like this in the KJB, “And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in … Continue reading

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The Image of God

Since we are made in God’s image, this means we have the capacity to reflect God’s character.  We have corrupted that image through sin.  Jesus was, and still is, a human being (resurrected from the dead) who was made in … Continue reading

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An Image is a Representation Separate From the Original.

When speaking of Christ being the “image of God,” the Trinitarian thought is to try and convince people that the image is God Himself!  The Scriptures tell us that God made man in His image.  Does this mean that we … Continue reading

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Jesus is not the Creator of the Original Creation, but is Co-Creator in the New Creation

As established in a prior post, Jesus did not yet exist and was not the creator in Genesis 1.  However, Jesus is the Co-creator of the New Creation. Concerning Rev. 3:14, it does not go back to the original creation.  … Continue reading

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