PROBLEM: Matthew speaks of the “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit” all being part of one “name.” But these are three distinct persons. How can there be three persons in the Godhead when there is only “one God” (Deut 6:4; 1 Cor 8:6)?
PROBLEM: The Bible teaches that Jesus is God (John 1:1) and that He knows all things (John 2:24; Col. 2:3). On the other hand, He “increased in wisdom” (Luke 2:52) and sometimes did not seem to know certain things (cf. John 11:34). Indeed, He denied knowing the time of His own second coming here, saying, “but of that day and hour no one knows, neither the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.”
Problem: Paul asserts here that Jesus was “made to be sin.” However, many other Scriptures insist that Jesus was “without sin” Continue reading HOW COULD JESUS BE MADE SIN WHEN HE WAS SINLESS? (2 CORINTHIANS 5:21)
Problem: Orthodox Christianity confesses Jesus is both fully man and fully God. Yet Continue reading DID JESUS THINK OF HIMSELF AS LESS THAN GOD? (JOHN 14:28)