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Randal Rauser on Christians and Trinitarians

Randal Rauser recently posted Must a Christian believe in the Trinity?  This post was an outgrowth of recent previous posts he had written.  Most of the ensuing discussion was about the correct definition of “Christian” and whether or not it entailed … Continue reading

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Randal Rauser on Who Is a Christian

Randal Rauser recently posted Will the real Christian please stand up?  There have been many comments on his post.  I commented, mainly to point out the futility and counterproductivity of the exercise.  The comment string also led to a discussion of … Continue reading

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Trinitarians Try to Rewrite the Scriptures

Proverbs 9:10 (NASB) reads: “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.” However, when Trinitarians read this verse, here’s what they “see”: “The fear of the Trinity is the beginning … Continue reading

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The Head We Hold Fast to Is Christ, not the “Godhead”

Colossians 2:19 tells us to “hold fast to the head,” speaking of Jesus Christ.  Indeed we should.  Why then do Trinitarians say we should instead hold fast to something they call “the Godhead”?  I’ve written previously on the unfortunate term … Continue reading

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The Son of God Is My God

In our day and age, everyone has a god – even if his only god is himself. Some worship Allah, some worship a Trinity, some worship success, some worship fame, and so on.  And, as I said above, some worship … Continue reading

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Names of the Lord: Jesus Is the Beginning of the Creation of God

In the book of Revelation, one of the names by which Jesus refers to Himself is “the Beginning of the Creation of God” (Revelation 3:14).  God was determined to have a new creation which would reign supreme over the sin … Continue reading

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God Clothed Himself with Christ

God clothed Himself with Christ that He might walk among us – that He might walk a mile in our shoes, as it were. God’s spirit was hidden in Jesus of Nazareth.  Said another way, Jesus of Nazareth was animated … Continue reading

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Where You Would Expect to See the Trinity, You Don’t

Trinitarians are fond of quoting 2 Corinthians 13:14 as a proof text for the trinity doctrine.  It is hardly that.  This verse simply mentions the Lord Jesus Christ, God, and the Holy Spirit all in the same sentence.  That’s hardly … Continue reading

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The Trinity Is Not Only Unbiblical – It’s AntiBiblical

It’s not just that the Bible doesn’t support the doctrine of the Trinity.  It’s that the Trinity doctrine contradicts the Bible. Most notably, the doctrine of the Trinity is at odds with the Bible’s emphasis on Christ.  Where the Bible … Continue reading

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Let’s Live for the One Who Died and Rose Again on Our Behalf

Who is the One who died and rose again on our behalf?  God.  (2 Corinthians 5:15) But someone will say, “Wasn’t it Christ who matched that description?”  The answer is, “Yes, God died and rose again on our behalf as … Continue reading

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