In the 27 books of the New Testament (NT), this core doctrine of most Protestant, Catholic, and non-denominational churches should be prolific and abundantly clear. Is it?
Each book has certain statements of its main points, its core ideas. Church leaders generally assert that Jesus is God. If this is true, we should see this clearly in the NT. Is it?
There should be numerous and clear statements in the NT that Jesus is God the Father, or God the Son, or both – if this is true. Since this is the main doctrine of who God and Jesus are, according to most churches, identity statements in the NT should make this clear. Do they?