Tag Archives: Messiah

Divine Agency in the Scriptures

Was it Jesus who wrestled with Jacob? Was it Jesus who stayed behind with Abraham? Did the Lord speak to Moses face to face? Is an angel of the Lord the pre-incarnate (pre-human) form of Jesus Christ? Because Jesus is … Continue reading

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The Great Satantic Trinitarian Deception

The Great Satanic Trinitarian Deception “Before Abraham was, I am…” When Christ made his declaration, “Before Abraham was, I am,” NO ONE was asking him “where he came from.” In John chapter 8, Christ had promised eternal life to all … Continue reading

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Jesus Is the Son of God and Was FULLY Human

Jesus is not God. Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do men say that the Son of man is?” After a few answers, Peter said, You are the Christ, the Son of the living God. Peter did not say, “You are … Continue reading

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Did Anyone See God?

Did Anyone See God? We are told in Scriptures that “No one has seen God at any time.” (John 1:18; 1 John 4:12)  Is that a lie? Many are claiming that God was literally “seen” and cite passages to promote … Continue reading

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Gabriel Was Not a Trinitarian: Recovering the Biblical Son of God

Gabriel Was Not a Trinitarian: Recovering the Biblical Son of God Churchmen of all stripes frequently complain about disunity among Christians. The current ecumenical movement attempts to neutralize contemporary denominational divisions and contentions by promoting elements of faith on which … Continue reading

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Jesus Has a God And a Father

Calvinists are known to put aside common sense and their God-given reasoning capabilities on the back burner when it comes to Scripture. We must not do the same. Logical question. Not one verse of Scripture has Jesus saying he is … Continue reading

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