Usages of “Spirit” in the New Testament

[This article was taken from our book “The Gift of Holy Spirit: The Power to be like Christ.”] In any given language, many words have at least two meanings, and some have many more than two. The Greek word pneuma, which in the New Testament is most often translated as...

Holy Spirit: Why so much Confusion?

The great truth of the Giver and the gift is very difficult to apprehend for someone who believes in the traditional teaching referred to as “the Trinity.” [1] Although many Christians persist in using this term, it is not found in Scripture, as freely admitted by...

What about “The Holy Spirit”?

Since “the only true God” is “the Father,” and since He is “holy” and He is “spirit,” He is also referred to in Scripture as “the Holy Spirit.” For further study read the Giver and His gift. The Giver is God, the only true God, the Father, the Holy Spirit. His gift is...

The Giver and The Gift

[This article was taken from our book “The Gift of Holy Spirit: The Power to be like Christ.”] God is the ultimate Giver. From the time He created man in His own image (Gen. 1:27) until this very day, God has been giving gifts to mankind. James 1:17 tells us: “Every...

Timely Statements

[This article was taken from “Our Heavenly Father Has No Equals” by Don Snedeker.] The following Scripture testimonies about Jesus, which were made at noteworthy moments in history, were not recorded to declare or even allude to his supposed equality with the Father....

Do Analogies Prove the Trinity?

[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 Unitarians, in...

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