Did Christians believe in the Trinity before a.d. 325 when the Council of Nicea established that the Lord Jesus Christ exists as one substance (homoousios) with the Father?
In this teaching, John Schoenheit explains John 1:1 in its literary and historical context and clarifies the theological implications of this section of Scripture.
The Bible teaches that there is one God, the Father, and one Messiah and Lord, Jesus Christ, who is the divinely conceived Son of God.
“And the word became flesh and pitched his tent among us,and we gazed at his glory; glory as of one only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth.” And the word become flesh…
This teaching explores the similarity between the personified logos and the personified wisdom found in scripture.
This teaching examines John 1:5 and offers insight into some of the parallels found in the passage.
This teaching examines some of the parallels found in John 1:4 regarding God’s personified wisdom that is
John 1:3 indicates that creation actively involved the logos as the principle agent (“All things came into being through him”).
“In the beginning was the wordand the word was with Godand the word was fully expressive of God.”
Lady Wisdom shouts aloud in the street, in public places she raises her voice. At the head of noisy streets she calls out,
In this teaching, Dustin Smith talks about the personification of God’s wise interaction with world through “Lady Wisdom.”
Deuteronomy 6:4 is a well-known verse that is most often translated something like this: “Hear O Israel,
“For there is one God, and one mediator between God and mankind, a man, Christ Jesus…” This is one of the great and clear texts in the debate as to who Jesus really is.
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