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In an October (2014) blog, Latter-day Saint Greg Trimble sought to explain “Why Mormons Don’t Believe In the Trinity.” As Mr. Trimble pointed out, it is imperative that we “know who and what God is,” for Jesus said, “And this … Continue reading
The Heidelberg Catechism was first published in 1563. Described as “a comforting, practical summary of the [Christian] faith,” the catechism has been used for nearly 450 years to teach and summarize biblical doctrines. Ligonier Ministries’ daily devotional, Tabletalk, is basing … Continue reading
Does the Bible teach the universal fatherhood of God? Does it teach the universal brotherhood of man? Are we not all God’s offspring (Acts 17:28)? In this 30-minute vintage video, Dr. R.C. Sproul answers these questions–questions that are fundamental to … Continue reading
This seemed like a relevant post given the recent discussion on Jehovah. [swf]http://www.youtube.com/v/bGgCHRpHLNM&hl=en&fs=1&fmt=18,480,295[/swf] Direct Youtube link