Having grown up as a part of the Oneness Pentecostal movement, I have been instructed in a particular christology. The basic idea is that Jesus Christ is God the Father manifested or incarnated in the flesh as a human being and that he has two natures, one human and one divine. This is the essence … Continue reading Christology Revisited
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.
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??
God has always had one plan of salvation: by grace through faith...But, what does "by grace through faith" mean?
Dale Tuggy has presented a challenge to those who believe that "Jesus is God". You can listen to him present and expound on this challenge on his podcast. As I am one of those people who believe that Jesus is YHWH, it behooves me to offer a response.
So it is that, with respect to my previously supplied reasons for affirming the trinity, I find their blow significantly softened and I find my current reasons for affirming oneness far superior in strength.
While I don’t believe I comprehend this issue in its entirety and I am willing to be convinced otherwise, I currently believe that the trinitarian interpretation comports more with the Scriptures than the oneness interpretation. Here is why.
...the question is: How did they know who Jesus was? A couple possibilities came to mind.