The Supremacy of the Trinity part 1 – Defining God

On October 8, 2015, in Apologetics, Doctrines, Insights, Philosophy, Trinity, by july

The most important thing one must remind himself of when trying to understand the nature of God is to set the boundaries of what he may attribute God with by means of definition. Unless one has a proper definition of God as a starting point, he will inevitably stand in murky waters as he furthers […]

 

Why It Matters Whether Jesus was God and Whether Jesus was Raised?

On April 17, 2014, in Apologetics, Christian Living, Doctrines, by july

If there is a God, then God has to be a loving God God by definition is a maximally great being.  Since love is a great making property (Unconditional love is greater than unconditional hate, for instance), God has to be loving.  This is simply a description of what God ‘must’ be like.  Not an […]

 

Do Christians Believe in Three Gods?

On September 1, 2012, in Apologetics, Doctrines, by july

Historically, Christians are predispositioned to believe in a Three-Person God—a word more commonly known as the Trinity.  But are Christians warranted to believe in such? Can God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit all be Gods and still be ONE? An average lay person will often have his back on the wall when such […]

 

Does Purgatory Exist? (part 3)

On November 27, 2011, in Doctrines, by july

Click for part 1 or part 2 It is interesting to know that rational thinking is often superseded by emotions.  One’s reluctance to accept a worldview is not always an intellectual problem as much as it is an emotional one.  The debate on Purgatory has not really been an issue for me until somebody from […]

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Does Purgatory Exist? (part 2)

On November 15, 2011, in Doctrines, by july

In the previous part of this series, I have written down an introduction of how purgatory is seen from two different lenses.  I hope that I have been as objective as I should be.  I hope that I am able to represent both sides without a hint of bias. I do not believe that our […]

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Does Purgatory Exist? (part 1)

On November 9, 2011, in Doctrines, by july

Introduction The question of the existence of purgatory has plagued us for centuries.  Ever since the time of the early church fathers, its existence has undoubtedly been plunged into an ocean of reasoning.  During the reformation period, Martin Luther, father of the Protestant revolution initially accepted purgatory as true.  However, in 1530, his position radically […]

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A Short Overview of Christology

On November 5, 2011, in Doctrines, by july

Christology is perhaps one of the less discussed topics in the Christian circles today.  In the absence of resources on Christology on a popular level, discussing such would require an extra grace from God… something that He has abundantly given last night as our DGroup looked into the subject of Christ’s nature. This blog post […]

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