by Joe R. Price via Guardian of Truth XL: 3 p. 6-7, February 1, 1996 In the last year of Jesus’ life during the Feast of Dedication (present-day Hanukkah), unbelieving individuals confronted him and demanded of him a plain declaration that he was the Christ (John 10:22-24). Like ravenous wolves the Jewish rulers had encircled him, ready…

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Question: I have a question that I hope you can answer for me.  Last night I heard a man preach that Jesus was not omniscient while on earth. I asked him after the sermon to explain passages like John 16:30 where the disciples state that Jesus knew everything.  He said that we should not proof-text…

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by Mark E. Larson Many critics of Christianity point to what they believe to be a fundamental flaw – the belief that God is three persons, yet one God (i.e., the doctrine of the Trinity). To the Jews and Muslims, this Christian doctrine appears to be a contradiction and a blasphemy against the one, true…

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Question: I am reading your lesson on Who is God? Let me see if I am understanding this. God is three beings: The Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit. Jesus is God’s Son, but when we refer to God in prayer or in time of need, so am I praying to God? Or Jesus?…

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Question: [Note: This has been severely reduced from the original because it was too long and filled with twisted usage of the Scriptures. I am only presenting a summary so you can get the gist of the arguments made.] The spirit cannot be God. If your congregation is singing praises to the holy spirit, you…

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by Dudley Ross Spears Question: Our pastor says the Church of Christ believes in three Gods and he says the Bible teaches there is only one God. Why do you believe in three Gods? Don’t you believe the Bible? Answer: Thanks for the question. No offense intended but your “pastor” is wrong. Yes, indeed, we believe every…

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Question: Who should we worship: God, the Father, or Jesus Christ? Answer: Since both are God, that is they, along with the Holy Spirit, make up the Godhead, they are both worshiped. “Oh come, let us worship and bow down; Let us kneel before the LORD our Maker” (Psalm 95:6). “Then those who were in…

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