Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 4: Jesus the Prayer & Praise Receiving God

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 4: Jesus the Prayer & Praise Receiving God

In light of our last study, covering the reality of Jesus’ self-existence, we will now look at what that means, as it concerns how we should relate to Him. If indeed Jesus is Jehovah [Yahweh], this reveals clearly, why He would be worshipped throughout the entire Bible. This is significant, the reason being that if Jesus is anything but God, in the

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity? Part 3: Jesus, the Self-Existent God

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity? Part 3: Jesus, the Self-Existent God

In the previous articles about the Godhead, we have seen how an understanding or misunderstanding of the subject impacts our view of Jesus, the great controversy and salvation. We also gained an understanding, of the progressive faith the Adventist pioneers possessed, due to a continual unfurling of light from God, through the Scriptures. The God o

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 2: Were the Pioneers Wrong?

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity, Part 2: Were the Pioneers Wrong?

Introduction  In the last article, we saw the reality that it has ever been Satan’s plan to attack the divinity of the Son of God. We also saw that a correct understanding and acceptance of this subject is inextricably tied to our salvation. Lastly, we saw what it meant for Christ to be the “only Begotten Son of God.”   What we will look at in

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity? Part 1: Jesus the ‘Monogenes’

Why So Much Fuss About the Trinity? Part 1: Jesus the ‘Monogenes’

Throughout the centuries, the subject of the divinity of Christ, within the context of Christendom, has been much investigated. Just within the context of Adventism itself, the topic has been a subject of major contemplation. The reason that I have chosen to join the conversation, is not for the purpose of argument, but because of a deeper, more pr

I Know the Thoughts

I Know the Thoughts

The Word of God is a powerful sword; however, it does not cut to wound us, but to heal us. The Word seeks to bring healing to our lives, even when we turn to God in the midst of negative situations we may have brought upon ourselves. I remember that before I became a Christian, I lived a life of chaos—causing problems at home, being the class clown