Tag Archives: Preexistence

John 8:58

Jesus said to them, “I assure you: Before Abraham was, I am.” Trinitarians like to use this verse to try and prove Jesus was claiming to be the one supreme God Almighty, and this is the very reason why the … Continue reading

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John 1:1 Caveat Lector (Reader Beware)

“In the beginning was the word” does not mean “In the beginning was the Son“ And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. For those God foreknew [1] he also … Continue reading

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Response To Jesse Morrell’s “The Trinity – Plurality of Personalities within the One God.”

The following are excerpts taken from Jesse Morrell’s blogspot.  He states: An issue that has greatly interested me as of late, though I had extensively studied it as an early Christian, is the doctrine of the Trinity. The mystery of this … Continue reading

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Jesus and His Origin as Son of God

Jesus and His Origin as Son of God If Jesus was “going back” to God (as NIV mistranslates the Greek in John 16:28), he could not have been a human being, and Mary could not have borne the lineal descendant … Continue reading

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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 Identity of Jesus

For some two thousand years the notion has prevailed in Christendom that the NT’s central, saving figure is really a preexisting, pre-historical, pre-human, pre-earthly Person, the second member of an eternal Triune Godhead. It is admitted on all hands that … 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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