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Month: March 2020

CORONAVIRUS PROVES THAT “FAITH HEALERS” ARE FAKES

CORONAVIRUS PROVES THAT “FAITH HEALERS” ARE FAKES

Jesus Christ, the Son of God, accurately predicted that many would claim that they had done many “miracles”, including divine healings, when he said:

“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me you evildoers!'”—-Matthew 7:21-23 NIV read more

DURING CORONAVIRUS, HOW ABOUT CELEBRATING EASTER/ THE LORD’S SUPPER/CHRIST’S MEMORIAL?

DURING CORONAVIRUS, HOW ABOUT CELEBRATING EASTER/ THE LORD’S SUPPER/CHRIST’S MEMORIAL?

For the year 2020, most of Christendom has set Easter for April 12th, and Jehovah’s Witnesses have set The Memorial of Christ’s Death for April 7th. These dates are rigidly set and observed, and carry a very huge importance for these groups. Please see and very carefully read the article: “What Is Memorial Day for Christians?” on this blog site to get further details regarding the proper Biblical Celebration of The Lord’s Supper.

Easter, which is neither mentioned nor commanded in the Bible, is supposed to be the celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection, but is partially based on pagan springtime fertility rites. Christians “must no longer live as the Gentiles do” (Ephesians 4:17 NIV), and not incorporate their practices into their celebrations. read more

SINCE ALMIGHTY GOD AND JESUS CHRIST ARE BOTH CALLED “SAVIOR”, DOES THAT MEAN JESUS IS ALMIGHTY GOD?

SINCE ALMIGHTY GOD AND JESUS CHRIST ARE BOTH CALLED “SAVIOR”, DOES THAT MEAN JESUS IS ALMIGHTY GOD?

Trinitarians often use the following scripture to “prove” that Jesus is Almighty God:

“I, I am Yahweh, and there is no other Saviour but me” (Isaiah 43:11 NJB)

Trinitarians will then point out that Jesus Christ is referred to as “the Savior”  many times in the New Testament. However, this assertion is easily debunked by the Scriptures themselves. One very good example of this scriptural proof is:

“Through the preaching entrusted to me by the command of God our Savior, To Titus, my true son in our common faith: Grace and peace from God the Father and Christ Jesus our Savior” (Titus 1:3,4 NIV) read more

To Understand Prophecy, We Must Always Consider the Context

To Understand Prophecy, We Must Always Consider the Context

Jehovah’s Witnesses recently published an article entitled “An Attack Coming From the North” (The Watchtower–Study Edition, April 2020), in which they admit that their prior explanation of the prophecy of Joel 2:7-9 was out of context, and therefore inaccurate. Their new explanation of this prophecy is very similar to what they call “Christendom” has explained for a long time, that is, the Babylonians would invade Judah and Jerusalem from the north and take over. Unfortunately for the JW’s, however, they still hold to their 607 BCE date for the destruction of Jerusalem, since it fits in with their ill-fated 1914 date. read more

DOES REVELATION 1 TEACH THE TRINITY?

DOES REVELATION 1 TEACH THE TRINITY?

Revised 5-30-2020

The very first verse of the Book of Revelation gives us a clue as to the answer:

“The revelation from Jesus Christ, WHICH GOD GAVE HIM to show his servants what must soon take place” (Revelation 1:1 NIV).

If Jesus was Almighty God, as Trinitarians claim, he would not have to be given the Revelation by God, he would already know it.

“And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, the first born from the dead . . . and has freed us from our sins by his blood” (Revelation 1:5 NIV). read more

Is It True That Jesus Did Not Really Die On the Cross, As Critics Claim?

Is It True That Jesus Did Not Really Die On the Cross, As Critics Claim?

“But when they came to Jesus and found that he was already dead, they did not break his legs. Instead, one of the soldiers pierced Jesus’ side with a spear, bringing a sudden flow of blood and water” (John 19:33,34 NIV).

Some skeptics claim that Jesus somehow survived his crucifixion, and was unknowingly placed alive in the tomb, where he revived, and early on Sunday morning escaped from the tomb alive. This is quite a far-fetched story, but nevertheless, many people believe it. However, when we carefully consider all the known and pertinent facts, such a theory flies in the face of all the evidence. read more

Do the Minor Prophets Support Trinitarian Claims that Jesus Christ is Almighty God?

Do the Minor Prophets Support Trinitarian Claims that Jesus Christ is Almighty God?

The 12 relatively short Bible Books called “the minor prophets”, from Hosea to Malachi make many references to “Yahweh”, but no references to Jesus Christ by name. There is one notable reference to Jesus, in a verse which predicts his birthplace, and mentions something very significant in doing so:

“But you, O Bethlehem of Ephrathah, who are one of the little clans of Judah, from you shall come forth for me one who is to rule in Israel, whose origin is from of old, from ancient days” (Micah 5:2 NRSV).

Matthew 2:1-6 confirms that Micah 5:2 accurately predicts the birthplace of the Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth. But Micah 5:2 also does something else very significant. It says that Jesus had an “origin”, a beginning”, in the distant past. This scriptural fact overturns the key Trinitarian claim that the Son of God, Jesus Christ, is eternal. Jesus’ having an “origin” is powerful proof that he is not eternal. This Biblical fact that is Jesus is not eternal is further contrasted with this:

“Are you not from eternity, Yahweh my God? My Holy One, You will not die” (Habakkuk 1:12 HCSB). 

Not only does this verse explicitly say that “Yahweh”, who is Almighty God, is “eternal”, it goes on further to say that He “will not die”. This stands in stark contrast to Jesus, his Son, who “died for our sins” (1 Corinthians 15:3).

Another major Trinitarian claim is that Jesus Christ became a “God-man” while on earth, an assertion without any Biblical evidence. It’s just made up.  On earth, Jesus “became flesh” (John 1:14), “fully human in every way” (Hebrews 2:17 NIV), but not a “God-man”. Such a designation is impossible  on the face of it because of what the scriptures say, for example:

“I am God and not a man” (Hosea 11:9 NIV).

How can we be absolutely sure that God cannot be a man?

Jesus said: “God is a spirit” (John 4:23 GWT).

Thus, we have proven that the Minor Prophets have debunked such major Trinitarian claims as:

  1. Jesus is eternal, by two separate proofs
  2. Jesus was a “God-man” on earth
  3. Therefore, Jesus Christ cannot be Almighty God

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