Tag Archives: Nature of God

God’s Offspring

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

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Substantially Correct (part 2)

Last Monday (7 February 2011) I wrote about the first half of Daniel Peterson’s article, “God’s sheep recognize his voice” in which Dr. Peterson argues for the idea that Mormons (Mormonism) do not really reject non-Mormon religious experiences and doctrines. … Continue reading

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Classic Mormonism

I’ve been reading The Plan of Salvation: Understanding Our Divine Origin and Destiny by Matthew B. Brown (Covenant Communications, 2007). I’m not finished reading it yet, but the opening section, “Where Did I Come From,” favorably impresses me. Identified on … Continue reading

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All-Knowing God

The Bible reveals God as omniscient; that is, “God, being infinite, is able to be aware of all things, to understand all things, and to comprehend all things. He never learns anything or acquires new knowledge. The future as well … Continue reading

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The Other Gods of Deuteronomy

An LDS man who wanted to convince me that the Bible validates the notion of multiple gods used Deuteronomy 32:8 as a proof text. In the RSV (the translation he wanted to use for this verse) it says: “When the … Continue reading

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Do the Mormon Gods Belong to Multiple Godheads?

If God the Father has a Father, and if the concept of “Godhead” isn’t infinitely expandable to include all Gods, then our Father belongs to two Godheads, one of which Jesus is not a part of. If God the Father … Continue reading

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With Him it’s impossible to exaggerate

“You should have seen it! It will go down as epic in Church ball.” “I was THERE and it was pedestrian, man.” “WHAT?! No way. Everyone had the jaw on the ground!” “You’re full of exaggerations today.” “If there’s anything … Continue reading

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