This is a 17 page examination and defense of the doctrine of the Trinity. Alford examines Christ’s humanity as well as his divinity. Specifically Alford establishes Christ’s divine traits (omniscience, wisdom, omnipresence, immutability, omnipotence, equality with the Father, deity), and then he examines issues of the trinity, plurality of the Godhead, number of persons in the Godhead, the Father-Son-Spirit are one God. Then Alford examines the consequences of this doctrine, specifically in the light of the Unitarian’s denial of it, and finally Alford examines criticisms of the Trinity.
Tom Anderson’s compilation of some ideas about God as he has found them in the King James Bible. He gives us what God himself says about himself, or Jesus.
Safeguards Against False Teaching Leslie M. Grant From Grace & Truth November 1995 All Scripture Inspired by God The Deity and Manhood of Christ The Death and Resurrection of Christ […]
This is a short 4 chapter work on the Absolute Godhood of God as seen in Creation, Administration, the giving of the Scriptures, and in Salvation.
This is a 162 chapter work on Theology with sections on Bibliology, Theology Proper (God), Pneumatology (Holy Spirit), Soteriology (Salvation), Angelology, Anthropology, Harmartiology (Sin), Ecclesiology (Church), Christology,
Emmanuel which being interpreted is God with us. Mat 1:23. J. T. Mawson. Contents. Part 1. His Deity and Incarnation. Part 2. His All-sufficiency for Our Need. Part 3. His […]
The Bible itself reveals those doctrines that are essential to the Christian faith. They are 1) the Deity of Christ, 2) Salvation by Grace, 3) Resurrection of Christ, 4) the gospel, and 5) monotheism. These are the doctrines the Bible says are necessary.