Category Archives: The doctrine of the Trinity

The God-centered Gospel

https://tabletalkmagazine.com/article/2012/04/god-centered-gospel/ by Michael Horton Here is a good portion of the article:  (go to the link to read the full article) One of the great places where this gets worked out in Reformed theology is the covenant of redemption. Also … Continue reading

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Response to Georg Kaplan on Trinity and Gregory of Nyssa, Jesus as Theos, Ignatius

My response to a guy named Georg Kaplan (A Unitarian, and he has made many videos and arguments against the doctrine of the Trinity and the Deity of Christ, who has recently come over to Muslim Paul Williams’ blog and … Continue reading

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Why is Jesus called “the Son of God”?

Bad Witness: Praying to and bowing down to Mary  See also here on Mary and the problems with Roman Catholicism   (from an older article I wrote in 2009 at another blog; updated here.) Witnessing to Muslims:  Explaining why we … Continue reading

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John 1:1 “. . . and the Word was God”

A person who goes by “patrobin” over at a Muslim blog (Paul Williams) asked: “Where does John 1:1 say Jesus is God?” Answer: in the third clause, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and … Continue reading

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The only full and revealed answer to suffering in this life

I wrote this several years ago at another blog that I write (James Swan’s Beggars All Reformation and Apologetics. We don’t know all the answers for our questions about pain and suffering in this life, the book of Job gives … Continue reading

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Dr. James White defended the doctrine of the Trinity in debate against Muslim Bassam Zawadi

Dr. James White clearly showed that the author of the Qur’an did not understand the doctrine of the Trinity. (see Qur’an Surah 5:72-75; 5:116; 6:101; 19:88-92; 112) Since the Qur’an came 500 + years later than the New Testament (The … Continue reading

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Debate Review: James White vs. Joe Ventilacion (Who is God?)

Having come from the Philippines, the Iglesia ni Cristo is not an unknown name to me. They are the second largest religious group in the Philippines, after the Roman Catholic Church. I’ve seen videos of their ministers debating representatives of…

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Justin Martyr was Trinitarian

In regard to the video by Dale Tuggy (a Unitarian) that Yahya Snow (a Muslim) put up; (over at Paul “Bilal” Williams’ blog, Paul is also a Muslim, a British Muslim who had an evangelical experience before becoming a Muslim, … Continue reading

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The Truth of the Nicean Council (325 AD) and Arian Controversy- 318-381 AD

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Paul Bilal Williams, a British convert to Islam, has reposted an article on the Council of Nicea by Unitarians, that is very skewed and inaccurate.  (No longer there, since Paul Williams deleted that blog.)…

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Confessing the Triune God

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