Was Jesus Created?

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The Holy Spirit is a Coeternal Member of the Trinity-Christians, Three Gods and the Trinity (Pt. 8)

First article in series… You may have noticed by now that this study on the Trinity has been more about resolving specific concepts presented in Scripture than merely offering a collection of “proof texts.”  These concepts are encompassing and require more than a single God in the Godhead. Consider this axiom: “Truth is proven true…

Jesus Rules as Almighty God – Christians, Three Gods, and the Trinity (Pt. 7)

First article in series… God’s love is a selfless principle that maintains a perfect balance between righteousness and justice, mercy and forgiveness.  Decisions based on love can be very difficult.  Some situations require infinite wisdom, patience, and persistence.  The Bible is the best source for explaining love.  For example, “For God so loved the world…

Jesus is Worthy to Rule as Almighty God – Christians, Three Gods, and the Trinity (Pt. 6)

First article in series… During his exile on Patmos, John had a vision of Heaven of events that I believe occurred in 1798. (See Chapter 5 in my book, The Lamb’s Book of Life)  The story begins when John saw a book in the Father’s right hand sealed with seven seals.  A mighty angel called…

Why the Bible Calls Jesus The Son of God – Christians, Three Gods, and the Trinity (Pt. 5)

First article in series… Jesus and the Trinity At this point in our study on the Trinity, we need to synthesize what the Bible teaches about Jesus.  For example, the Bible teaches that Jesus and the Father are separate, distinct, coeternal members of the Godhead.  Jesus is not a created being.  Like the Father, Jesus…

Did Jesus Die in Our Place? – Christians, Three Gods, and the Trinity (Pt. 4)

First article in series… A thorough study of Jesus’ death is extensive.  His role in the plan of salvation raises many questions. For example, why does the plan of salvation require that someone die?  If the Father loves sinners enough to sacrifice Jesus, why did the Father not give Himself to die for sinners? What…