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) …

Blurring the Dividing Line:The Legacy of Phillips,Craig and Dean

This legacy article was written prior to 2006 by Eric Nielsen for Alpha & Omega Ministries. Some of the hyperlinks may no longer function, but the information is still correct.      Their songs have been standards for years in Contemporary Christian Music. They have gained legions of appreciative fans among evangelicals with their well-written lyrics, beautiful harmonies, and high-quality production …

The Trinity, the Definition of Chalcedon, and Oneness Theology – Vintage

I. Introduction The doctrine of the Trinity requires a balanced view of Scripture. That is, since the doctrine itself is derived from more than one stream of evidence, it requires that all the evidence be weighed and given authority. If any of the foundational pillars of the doctrine (monotheism, the deity of Christ, the person of the Holy Spirit, etc.) …

The Prologue of the Gospel of John – Vintage

Chapter 1 1. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was Deity. This verse provides the framework not only for the prologue that encompasses verses one through eighteen, but for the entire Gospel itself. The prologue functions, I believe, as an “interpretive window” for the entire Gospel. John means us to read …