A Proposition for Theological Debate

1. Words that are not in the Bible may not be used as the basis for explaining central doctrinal beliefs. 2. Using mathematics to describe concepts that when stated clearly defy the laws of mathematics is not allowed. 3. A belief or doctrine may not contain within...

Attacking a Straw Man!

Attacking a straw man is a fallacy of logic that occurs when an opponent’s position is misrepresented in order to make it easier to refute. This is very hard to avoid, and points out the need for dialogue with those with whom we disagree. Even if we cannot agree, we...

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

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 burned as heretics and...

Believe What I Say or Else! – Argumentum ad Baculum

In a scenario played out thousands of times daily all over the world, a restless two year old eyes the toy of bigger child and goes to investigate. I want to play with that,” he announces. “No!,” he is told, in no uncertain terms. “It’s my toy.” The toy possessor may...

Two Thrones in the Book of Revelation

Two Thrones in the Book of RevelationGod’s throne & the Lamb’s throne It is said that “the Holy Spirit” is the third person of the Trinity (God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit). It is also said that “he” is the “most mysterious” member of the...

Lords and the LORD

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 you crucified, both Lord and...

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