The Father, Son, and Spirit are God

The Father is God Having established the three-in-oneness of God, it is necessary to establish that Scripture also teaches that each member of the Godhead is equally and eternally God, no more and no less than the others. This begins by recognizing…

A Plurality in the Godhead

While Scriptures clearly teach that there is one God, they also intimate that somehow there is a plurality within the Godhead. Moses intimated this from the beginning when he recorded God as saying, “Let us make man in our image” (Gen 1:26).…

God is One

To understand the Trinity properly, it is necessary to observe that the Bible reveals one God and not three. The Old Testament Scriptures affirm this reality from the opening line (Gen 1:1). The Ten Commandments likewise open this way, “I…

Learning to Serve from the Master

In John 13, we get an inside look at a personal ministry of Jesus to his disciples. Altogether, this time spent with them took place in less than a day. Yet, from John 13-17, John records many things that Jesus taught them in those hours. As…

A Basic Definition of the Trinity

A Basic Definition Any description of the Trinity must include two basic elements. First, it must affirm that there is one eternal God. Second, it must affirm that this God has always existed as three persons. That is why theologians use trinity to…

Alliance or Reliance?

A Serious Problem The nation of Judah faced a serious problem. They were a small nation at the time and by no means a major world empire. Meanwhile, the reigning superpower of the world, Assyria, was planning a military attack against them.…