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Becoming a Christian: Why? What? How?

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Why should I care? There is a very common statement that only two things are certain—death and taxes. Though death is unavoidable, people instinctively fear it and are always in pursuit of a way around it. Some wealthy people are freezing their...

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What is the definition of the Trinity?

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We think it is very important as Bible based Christians to define our terms and to verify those terms against the whole of Scripture. The orthodox definition of the Trinity is: “A three-fold personality existing in one divine being or substance;...

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Did God Really Forsake Jesus Christ on the Cross?

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Matthew 27:46 About the ninth hour Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani,” —which means, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” These words that Jesus cried out as he was hanging on the Cross have been a...

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Whose Faith Is It Really?

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A Statement of Faith We originally presented a dozen copies of this letter to the steering committee of a local organization of home school Moms and Dads. Although not associated with any particular Church or Denomination, this group was a dedicated...

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Do Analogies Prove the Trinity?

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[Regarding God being like liquid, solid, and gas] Sometimes in discussions with Trinitarians they will use as a proof the fact that water can simultaneously co-exist as a liquid (water), a solid (ice), and a gas (steam). I have heard it argued by...

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Trinitarian or Unitarian: Does it really matter?

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For hundreds of years most Christians have proclaimed to the world that Jesus Christ is “God.” They have told us that God exists co-equally in three persons. They say the Father, Son and Holy Spirit all exist in “one God.” Many even say that...

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The Plan & The Man – Jesus: Last Adam or the 1st Godman?

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Adam – Christ Parallel Two Adams, Two Created Beings, Two Sons of God, Two Men, Two Attitudes, Two Temptations, Two Choices, Two Decisions, Two Results, Two Races of Men. Plan A: Adam Adam and Eve were to rule over all creation (Gen. 1:26) and...

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Who is the Holy Spirit?

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Given the biblical truth that when all is said and done in the restoration of Paradise by the Last Adam, there are only two seats on the final throne of God — one for Him and one for Jesus Christ (Rev. 22:1,3), Trinitarian theology begs an answer...

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Can We “Pray” to Jesus Christ?

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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...

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Can Only God Save?

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[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,...

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Was God “pierced,” and if so, how?

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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...

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

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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,...

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Does the Unitarian Universalist Church hold to the Bible as the Word of God?

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No. It is both interesting and ironic that historical Unitarianism, which flourished in Eastern Europe in the 1500s and 1600s, and was generally headquartered in the Boston, Massachusetts area in the 1800s, held to Scripture as the infallible Word...

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The Trinity – What Is It And Where Did It Come From?

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The debate over the Trinity started relatively late in Christian history. It was not until the fourth century that many theologians and bishops began to argue over the identity of Christ. Many, who would not believe in the deity of Christ were...

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Lords and the LORD

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FAQ: If God is called “Lord” in the Old Testament and Jesus is called “Lord” in the New Testament, then doesn’t that mean that Jesus is God? Acts 2:36 “Therefore let all Israel be assured of this: God has made this Jesus, whom...

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Is God an incomprehensible mystery?

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The Athanasian Creed (which helped set the Trinity as “orthodox doctrine”) says that God is incomprehensible. The Bible says God wants us to know Him and His son, Jesus Christ. Jesus prayed this prayer to God in the gospel of John: John 17:3 Now...

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What is Jesus Christ Doing Now?

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That’s a good question. What would your answer be? If you’re not sure, we hope this brief article helps you understand the moment-by-moment involvement of your living Lord Jesus in your life to the end that you grasp the reality of his presence...

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What Do Biblical Unitarians Believe?

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Our Statement of Beliefs Biblical Unitarianism is not to be confused with Unitarian Universalism. Biblical Unitarians believe in God, Jesus Christ, and the gift of holy spirit. It is our intention to promote the truth of one God and one Lord with...

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Is there any Truth about Jesus Christ in the DaVinci Code?

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At an important juncture in his earthly ministry, Jesus Christ asked his followers a question that has since echoed through the ages: “Who do men say that I am?” Even the B.C. / A.D. on the calendar reflects the historical impact of the man...

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