Category Archives: Jesus is God

The scriptural teaching of the doctrine of the Trinity

Sadly, there are many Christians and people claiming to be Christians nowadays who are totally confused about what the Trinity teaches and what the Trinity does not teach. I have seen Modalists in the blogosphere who not only state Trinitarians … Continue reading

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Jesus is Our Father

Some of us are cringing at that statement. No, I am not affirming Sabellianism or Oneness doctrine. I am simply emphasizing a Truth about Our Lord that cannot be emphasized enough. Jesus is Our Father. Is. 9:6 – For to us … Continue reading

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Self-mortification, miscommunication

I think Mother is having difficulty understanding my recent interest in self-mortification and I hope my good friend Damsel of the Faith does not mind if I borrow from some of her posts in order to qualify some statements. Mother … Continue reading

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The worst argument for women’s ordination I’ve ever seen

I’ve seen some very bad radical egalitarian arguments for women’s ordination but this one from Ben Witherington III, who apparently did his own doctoral thesis on the New Testament on the topic of women in ministry in the church, probably, … Continue reading

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Does Subordination in the Trinity Imply Patriarchal Views on Gender?

I cam across this excellent piece by an egalitarian Evangelical Christian on the eternal subordination of the Son to the Father clarifying ultimately that subordination of the Son to the Father does not imply what many of his fellow Evangelical … Continue reading

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St. Athanasius on the Subordination of the Son to the Father

I came across the following Evangelical statement attempting to decree all who believed in subjection within the Trinity heretics on the basis of Athanasius’s Trinitarian theology. According to Evangelical scholar Kevin Giles where he asserts claim St. Athanasius does not … Continue reading

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Subjection in the Trinity

Occasionally, I find Evangelicals (Evangelicals!) declaring that the idea of subjection in the Trinity is heretical. Of course, in learning and trying to understand the Trinity back when I was still technically a secret Arian attending an Evangelical church (not … Continue reading

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My Two Cents on Dale Tuggy and Fr. Aiden Kimel’s Debates

Fr. Aiden Kimel and Dale Tuggy have both been going back and forth on the subject of the Trinity for a while now. I was just a little bit tired of standing on the sidelines so long. It seems odd … Continue reading

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Why Didn’t All Three Die For Me?

This was a question I asked when I was still an heretical unitarian subordinationist (I know, I know, they improperly called it subordinationalism). Any way, I was wondering how us Trinitarians should answer this question when it is asked to … Continue reading

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