The Evolution of the Doctrine of the Trinity

Modern Christians owe a debt of gratitude to the early church. Her legacy of courage under persecution stands to this day as a bold testimony of faith. However, this legacy tends to overshadow the devastating impact of false teachers who crept into the fold shortly after the ascension of Christ. These purported Christians, better known […]

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Credibility of Matthew Pt 1, Introductory Notes and Farrer Theory

Matthew has a number of issues that calls its credibility into question. First, introductory notes about Matthew are provided relating to the source material, authorship, and structure. The Farrer theory provides additional rational for holding Matthew with increased skepticism considering the likelihood that Luke excluded much of the content from Matthew. Major contradictions of Matthew […]

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Credibility of Matthew Pt 2: Contradictions of Matthew

 Examples of contradictions of Matthew against other gospel accounts are provided below. Many more discrepancies can be identified but this list is amended to include the most striking inconsistencies. Additional problematic passages are also summarized after contradictions. Contradiction # 1 Two different genealogies including the father of Joseph and the son of David: (a) In […]

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Credibility of Matthew Pt 3: Matthew 28:19

Evidence Against the Traditional Wording of Matthew 28:19 The the trinitarian baptismal formula of Matthew 28:19, “baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of The Holy Spirit” is not likely original to Matthew. Evidence for this is includes quotes from numerous references as well as the citations of Eusebius. Based […]

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The Prologue of John – Early Translations and the True Meaning

The first English version of the Scriptures made by direct translation from the original Hebrew and Greek, and the first to be printed, was the work of William Tyndale. Meeting bitter opposition, he was accused of perverting the meaning of the Scriptures. In October 1536 he was publicly executed and burned at the stake. Yet […]

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