Is saying that the NT “includes Jesus in the divine identity” clearer than saying in the NT “Jesus is God”?
Is the idea of “divine identity” the key to understanding New Testament christology?
If only trinitarian scholars majored in consistent, intelligible, fully informed answers!
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.
“The Gospel is Trinitarian.” What does this mean, and is it both true and non-trivial?
How widely has God’s spirit been active in the world?
Did Jesus only experience the death of another, without dying?
Is this a powerful, state-of-the-art biblical argument for the Trinity?
Just got this in the mail; a very thorough symposium on Dr. Keith Ward’s Christ and the Cosmos,
Does Christianity trump Philosophy?
If Jesus fulfills predictions about Yahweh, does this mean that he’s Yahweh?
I am plodding on with Plantinga’s Warranted Christian Belief, which I strongly recommend. He is committed to the Christian (and Jewish and Muslim) belief that not only that there is such a being as God, but also that we are able to address him in prayer, refer to him, think and talk about him, and […]
Did Jesus have faith in God?
What is “classical” theism, and why is it controversial?