What’s With the Dudes at the Door?

This is a bit dated at this point (Sept. of 2013), but Aimee Bird (aka, Housewife Theologian) posted a short review of What’s With the Dudes at the Door?. You can check it out by clicking here. Purchase Aimee Bird’s book Housewife Theologian: How the Gospel Interrupts the Ordinary by clicking here

Watchtower Society Publishes 2013 Edition of New World Translation

Just a quick note: the WTBTS has come out with a new edition of the NWT, and though I have only had time to download it, I note that everyone is pointing out that they have removed the brackets from around the inserted word “other” in the great Christological text in Colossians 1. This was how they originally published the …

John 15, the Vine and the Branches, and an Example of Cultic Scripture Twisting Provided by Martin Smart, One of Jehovah’s Witnesses – Vintage

One of the most disturbing tendencies of modern believers is the ease with which they can be shaken by the mere appearance of what looks like an argument against their position.  Rather than examining the arguments of unbelievers in the context of the calm assurance that comes from a thorough knowledge of the faith, many today have drunk deeply at …

Scripture Index for The Forgotten Trinity – Vintage

A Brother in St. Louis Kindly Generated This Index Genesis 1:1 35, 49 Isaiah 10:21 81, 82 Genesis 1:2 147 Isaiah 31:3 81 Genesis 1:26 166 Isaiah 40:13-18 38 Genesis 18:1 63 Isaiah 40:21-28 38-39 Genesis 27 111 Isaiah 40:25 25 Genesis 43:33 111 Isaiah 41:22 100     Isaiah 41:22-24 44 Exodus 3:14 98 Isaiah 41:4 44, 87, 98, …

THE NATURE OF GOD – THE TRI-UNITY OF GOD – Vintage

I. The Attributes of God: A. Natural:     1. Spirituality (John 4:24)     2. Personality (Exodus 3:14)     3. Life (Jeremiah 10:6-11) B. Pertaining to His Infinity     1. Absoluteness – Uniqueness     2. Sovereignty/Supremacy (Isaiah 40:12-17, 43:12-13, 46:9-10, Psalm 135:6)     3. Self-existence     4. Immutability – He doesn’t change – Psalm 102:27, Malachi 3:6, James 1:17     5. Unity – one substance, one ousia (Deuteronomy 6:4) …