In the Bible, Jesus sometimes appears explicitly to deny that he is divine. Texts include, “Why do you call me good? No one is good but God alone (Mark 10:18), and “The son can do nothing of his own accord,… Read More ›
All believers are in perfect hypostatic unity with Jesus and the Father. or else Jesus (ع س) is only a prophet of God filled with His Spirit unto perfect obedience to Gods will…
i) Christ must be his own Father and his own son; ii) The Holy Spirit is neither Father nor Son yet he is both; iii) The Son was begotten by the Father but existed before he was begotten; iv)… Read More ›
A great theological primer on Trinitarianism “If you deny the Trinity you lose your soul, if your try to explain the Trinity you shall lose your mind” – St Augustine (allegedly)
It has been claimed that “The Triune God exists as three centers of consciousness.” Do you agree? If yes why? If not, why not?
A number of eminent New Testament scholars appear to make the same theological move: they practice rigorous adherence to the historical critical method which casts doubt on the historical accuracy of numerous articles of the Christian faith (for example the complete… Read More ›
As I mentioned on January 12 I have invited Christian polemicist Sam Shamoun to write an article on BT. Here it is. As usual it is open for comments – with one proviso. Any abuse will result in the comment… Read More ›
Mark 13:32 and the “Omniscience” of the Holy Spirit Originally Posted on the “Quran and Bible Blog” Catholic apologist and blog contributor Denis Giron has published a short article in which he attempts to defend the belief in… Read More ›