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Chapter 8 - Overview

8. Was Jesus Really God?
-The Truth about Jesus’ Identity

Jesus was God disguised as a mortal man. God, who is Spirit, put on human flesh, disguised himself as a servant of God (even though He is actually Lord of all), called Himself Jesus, announced His arrival upon the world scene, stayed in character all the way to the cross, arose from the grave, and then ascended into heaven from whence He came. 501 more words

Book Chapter Overviews

What is the Biblical basis for disbelief in the doctrine of the Trinity?

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The Bible

What is the difference between the Swedenborgian and Oneness Pentecostal doctrines of God?

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God

Hymns and Poor Theology: Holy God "Became Perfect Man"? (Modalism)

It’s time again for a topic I occasionally write about (see previous posts):  Hymns and wrong/bad theology.

At least some churches now frequently sings a simple, one paragraph song called “The Gospel Song,” with the following lyrics: 616 more words

Church History

The False Teachers: T.D. Jakes

By Tim Challies from Challies.com

A few weeks ago I set out on a series of articles through which I am scanning the history of the church—from its earliest days all the way to the present time—to examine some of Christianity’s most notable false teachers and to examine the false doctrine each of them represents. 1,384 more words

Bible

The Doctrine of the Trinity

Trinitarianism is the belief that God is a triune being, that is, eternally existing as three co-equal and distinctive persons. Trinitarianism is strictly monotheistic (meaning that there is only one singular god in all of existence). 1,191 more words

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