On Interpreting Genesis 1:26-27

To conclude, it seems to me that the only reason one would interpret this text as supportive of trinitarianism is a prior commitment to trinitarianism. This text simply does not suggest a multi-personal God. Thus, to insist as much would be to commit eisegesis and read one's own preference into the text instead of letting the text speak for itself.

Baptism Interaction on Whaddo You Meme??

Recently, I was able to interact with Sam Shamoun on Whaddo You Meme??, an apologetics YouTube channel run by Jon McCray, through the super-chat feature on YouTube. They were doing a response video to a video by an adherent of oneness named Marcus Rogers. Sam put forth a challenge at 33:25. I challenge...any oneness modalist … Continue reading Baptism Interaction on Whaddo You Meme??

Our God is…One!

Today in church service, we sang “This I Believe (The Creed)” by Hillsong Worship. It is a beautiful song. However, there is an interesting line that I disagree with and that I think highlights an issue with trinitarianism. “I believe in God our FatherI believe in Christ the SonI believe in the Holy SpiritOur God … Continue reading Our God is…One!