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Can We “Pray” to Jesus Christ?

There is a controversy among Christians who believe that Jesus is not God but the Son of God, about whether or not we can pray to Jesus. The only definitive place to go for an answer to that question is the Word of God. It is important when trying to answer such an...

Can Only God Save?

This article was taken from Chapter 17 of our book, One God & One Lord.] As the subtle influence of Gnostic doctrine infiltrated the Church, early Church leaders and teachers began to accept the idea that for Christ to have been the Redeemer, it was necessary for...

Was God “pierced,” and if so, how?

FAQ: Trinitarians claim that God Himself was “pierced” on the cross, citing Zechariah 12:10. This verse supposedly “proves” that Jesus is God because the first sentence in Zechariah 12:10 is about God, therefore the “me” of the second sentence also refers to God; and...

The Golden Thread

Luke 24:44-46 (NRSV) (44) Then he said to them, “These are my words that I spoke to you while I was still with you—that everything written about me in the law of Moses, the prophets, and the psalms must be fulfilled.” (45) Then he opened their minds to understand the...

Historical Heresies

[This article was taken from Appendix C (Orthodoxy, Heterodoxy, Heresy) of our book One God & One Lord.] In this section, we will provide the reader with an overview of some of the teachings that have been considered heretical by the historic Christian church....

What is Heresy?

Because of our unitarian beliefs, we have for many years been considered “heretics” by the “orthodox” Christian community. Although we have tried very hard to get along with and to work within traditional ministries and churches, we have often been excluded from...

The Apostles’ Creed

This creed is still used in baptismal ceremonies and public worship by most Protestants and Roman Catholics. It can be dated definitively to the eighth century, but it probably originated from earlier baptismal creeds. We believe in God, the Father almighty, creator...

The Athanasian Creed

[This article was taken from “Our Heavenly Father Has No Equals” by Don Snedeker.] This is a Latin creed used by the Western Church, unknown to the Eastern Church until the 12th century. It is generally accepted that the Athanasian Creed was not written by Athanasius...

The Nicene Creed

This is a statement of faith that is the only ecumenical creed accepted as authoritative by the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican and almost all mainline Protestant churches. The creed was most likely issued by the Council of Constantinople in 381 AD, hence...

Pagan Roots of the Trinity Doctrine

(© Ed Torrence 2002) The Trinity doctrine is not unique to, nor original with, Christianity. It has deep Pagan roots, dating back to at least two centuries BC, and has been prominent in many Eastern religions ever since. The Roman Catholic and Orthodox Church Councils...

Jesus: God’s Right Hand Man (“The Arm of the Lord”)

Isaiah 53:1Who has believed our message and to whom has the arm of the LORD [Yahweh] been revealed? The above verse is set amidst the classic Messianic section of Isaiah 52:13-53:12, which graphically depicts the suffering (the “passion”) that Jesus would have to...

Logical Fallacies Employed in Trinitarian Theology

“Logic,” from the Greek word logos, is the science of correct reasoning, and provides tools for analyzing the form and content of arguments. Logic addresses the relationship of premises (or evidence) to conclusions, and helps us determine whether our reasoning is...

So what is this “truth” of the Nicene Creed?

It was 325 A.D. at Nicea that the doctrine of the Trinity was rammed through by Athanasius (who in the future would use strong-arm tactics that would make a modern day mobster proud) in a Council that was overseen by the Emperor Constantine who, ironically enough,...

The Gift of Holy Spirit: The Power to be Like Christ

NOTE: Some of the sections below are hyperlinked and available on this website, enjoy! The subject of the Holy Spirit is one of the most misunderstood subjects in Christendom. Yet the gift of holy spirit is one of the greatest gifts God has given to mankind. Moses had...

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