We now will examine the historical background of the development of what has become the cornerstone of Christian orthodoxy…
It is common for Trinitarians to argue that Christ must be God because “a man could not atone for the sins of mankind.”
Doesn’t the teaching that Jesus is not God, but the Son of God, demean him and make him smaller in people’s eyes?
Two primary qualities of God help us understand why Jesus Christ had to suffer and die in order to redeem mankind.
Trinitarians use this verse to show that Christ made the world and its contents. However, that is not the case.
The “Word” is the wisdom, plan or purpose of God (see John 1:1) and the Word “became flesh” as Jesus Christ.