Biblical Christology – Reference Guide On Who Jesus Is
Refuting misunderstandings about Hebrews 10:26 and 6:4-6 that you cannot be forgiven after willfully sinning or falling back into sin.
Refutation of proof texts used by those who advocate that Christians conform to the Old Testament Torah / Mosaic Law
Understanding the application of the Law and the Sabbath in the New Covenant
Problems with Oneness Doctrine – otherwise known as Modalism or Modalistic Monarchianism
Dispelling the Delusion of the Trinity – Links to Brother Kel’s Apologetics
God is Love. May the love of God be perfected in us as to truly be followers of Christ
Refuting erroneous conflations of Scripture used to infer Jesus is God
Understanding The Law of Agency – A Key Biblical Concept Pertaining to Christ
The essential humanity of the one mediator Jesus Christ
Understanding the distinction between the one God and Jesus Christ our Lord
Form of God = Exaltation (Not Preexistence) – The detailed analysis on one of the most misunderstood passages in the New Testament Philippians 2:5-11
Jesus is the model for those who follow after him. Many descriptions of Jesus also apply to those who are in Christ.
Who do you say that I am? Understanding how Jesus identifies himself in the Gospels
Understanding in what sense Christ preexisted – Is the preexistence of Jesus in a prophetic sense as the center of God’s plan – or literally as a person?
The Holy Spirit is the breath or wind of God. It is God’s controlling influence that interacts with man and the world. Through the Holy Spirit, the “hand of God” is upon us and the Spirit is symbolic of the “finger” of God. In various ways the Holy Spirit manifests the power of God to accomplish the will of God.
The Proper Interpretation of the Prologue of John
Matthew has a number of issues that calls its credibility into question.
Examples of contradictions of Matthew against other gospel accounts are provided. Additional problematic passages are also summarized after contradictions.
The the trinitarian baptismal formula of the end of Matthew is not likely original to Matthew. Evidence includes citations of Eusebius and many references
This article highlights specific facts about persons and events surrounding the development of the Trinitarian doctrine that are vital to an accurate evaluation, yet are rarely – if ever – mentioned in popular teaching.