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Did the Catholic Church Give Us the Bible?
A common refrain by Catholics is that the Roman Catholic Church gave the canon of scripture to man. It is reasoned that without the Roman Catholic Church the world would not even know which books to accept as scripture. This … Continue reading
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God: One or Three? (Part 5)
In this last segment of this study, we will consider some questions which are commonly asked. 1. Is the idea of multiple persons in the Godhead found in the Old Testament? While it is not as clearly found in the … Continue reading
Posted in Apologetics, God, Godhead, Holy Spirit, Jesus, Old Testament/New Testament, Word Study, World Religions Tagged 1 Corinthians 8:6, 1 Timothy 2:5, albert barnes, Brahma, docetism, Ephesians 4:4-6, gnosticism, God one or thee?, Godhead, Godhead in the Old Testament, guy woods, Hinduism, india, is trinity pagan, John 10:30, John 14:9, marion fox, mediator, mesites, Robin Brace, shema, Shiva, Siva, the angel of the Lord, the spirit of the LORD, trimurti, Vishnu, wayne jackson Leave a comment
No shortage of speculation exist, and has existed, concerning the identity of the antichrist. Some have pointed to government leaders, such as Peter the Great, Napoleon, Hitler, Reagan, Gorbachev, and Obama. Others have pointed to religious leaders, such as the … Continue reading
Posted in Doctrine, end times, Jesus, Premillennialism, Textual study, Word Study Tagged 1 John 2:18, 1 John 2:19, 1 John 2:22, 1 John 4:1-3, 1 John 4:3, 2 John 7, against heresies book 3 chapter 11, antichrist, apostacy, cerinthian, cerinthus, deity of Jesus, distintion between Jesus and Christ, docetic, end times, every spirit that confesses Jesus is the Christ, falling away, gnosticism, gorbachev, hitler, humanity of Jesus, incarnation, irenaeus, Jesus' deity, Jesus' humanity, last hour, martin luther, muhammad, napoleon, nicolaitans, obama, peter the great, reagan, religious error, test of preacher, test of prophet, the antichrist, the pope, they went out from us, they were not of us, wordly lust Leave a comment