COVID-19 in the Light of Truth and the Lie in Revelation

COVID-19 in the Light of Truth and the Lie in Revelation

We have arrived in the age of “fake news.” Fake news is a kind of journalism, propaganda, and maybe even approach to life that consists of deliberate misinformation.

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No War Has Ever Done This to Us

No natural disaster, no tsunami, no earthquake, no flooding, no hurricane or famine has had this global effect. No persecution has ever forced us into this behavior.

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Wind or Spirit?

I found a Bible translation that instead of reading "the Spirit of God" in Genesis 1:2, it says "a mighty wind." Is this a correct translation?

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Forever Human, Forever Divine

I understand why Jesus became human, but why will He remain human forever? The Incarnation is a mystery because we do not have the depth of rational thinking necessary to comprehend it. Your question is a good one. Let’s review some of the biblical evidence indicating that the incarnation of the Son of God will…

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God in 3 Persons – In The Old Testament

The Christian doctrine of God is important, yet difficult to comprehend and explain. This is not surprising because the finite human mind cannot fully comprehend the infinite God. At the center of the doctrine of God is the Godhead or Trinity, by which is meant that “God eternally exists as three persons, Father, Son, and…

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God in 3 Persons – In Theology

Within the past decade or so, the doctrine of the Trinity has become an issue both in the Seventh-day Adventist Church and in the wider Evangelical world. Within the latter, the resurgence of Trinitarian discussions seems to center around the question of subordination with some links to gender issues.

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The Reliable Gospel Record

Is the phrase “in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” a later addition to Matthew 28:19?

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The Son and the Spirit

How close was the relationship between the Holy Spirit and Christ during Jesus’ earthly ministry?

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Our Father

Is it true that the word abba in the New Testament means "Daddy"? The term abba, used in the New Testament three times (Mark 14:36; Rom. 8:15; Gal. 4:6), does not mean Daddy. Abba is a transliteration of the Aramaic term abba, meaning “the father.”

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The Lord Our God Is One

Yes, it is. It is the Hebrew noun ’elohîm; the singular form is ’el and ’eloah. I suppose you are wondering whether this plural supports the doctrine of the Trinity in the Old Testament; this is how it has been interpreted in the history of Christian theology. But since the term is used in a variety of ways, including…

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