“Of myself, I can do nothing.” Is this claim about Jesus’s self/person, or only about his “human nature”?
How could God allow the church to err on something so important?
Is reforming in light of scripture only acceptable in the distant past?
Apologist explains what any theist can, declares victory for his own pet theory.
Real arguments vs. pointed questions combined with incredulous tone.
Do we need reconciliation to God, while he doesn’t need reconciliation to us?
Does God’s justice demand that he can’t forgive unless he gets full payment for sin?
Did Christ die in order to display God’s love for us, rather than his wrath towards us?
Did God punish Jesus on the cross with the punishment due us all?
What must I do, or what must I believe, to be saved?
Which does the Bible teach, that the one God just is the Father, or that the one God is Father, Son, and Spirit?
A heavyweight Roman Catholic scholar looks at the use of ho theos in the New Testament.
Notice how this scholar avoids what I call the fulfillment fallacy.
What, according to Dr. Sanders, is the crisis in contemporary trinitarian systematic theology, when it comes to the Bible?