Unitarians who believe that the Son of God is not coequal and coeternal with the Father will use many arguments against the deity of the Son. The fundamental fallback argument will be that the Son as a creature Who had a beginning is the “agent” of God. Logically, according to this argument, any proof of the Son’s deity can be dismissed as the authority and power of God being granted to the agent. In this video we will ask some questions and look at Scriptures to see if the “agentival argument” stands up to scrutiny.
As George Santayana immortally uttered in The Life of Common Sense, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Christian theology is utterly rich in its understanding of both God and humanity. When divinity and humanity unite in Jesus Christ of Nazareth, sparks fly in the minds […]
Daniel interviews his brother John Mynyk about an unexpected visit from two Jehovah’s Witnesses. In part 2 of the interview, a more experienced Jehovah’s witness joined the conversation. We cover topics such as the 1914 prophecy, John 1:1, defining the Trinity, “the Father is greater than I,” Philippians chapter 2 […]
The 2016 United States Presidental election is indeed an historic election. We could say that every four years is an historic election. Every election becomes more historic, yet more disappointing, fearful, and evil. Christians endure greater pressure that voting is their solemn, moral duty before God. Dread grips their hearts […]
Having answered all Mr. Burch’s “difficult questions,” we will now turn outside the Scriptures to the understanding of the early church to see how they understood what the Scriptures taught. These were the ones who could read the Scriptures in their original languages and access what the apostles taught outside […]