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  • The Holy Trinity – Father, Son And Holy Spirit

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jun 14, 2019

    No matter how educated we are, the concept of the Trinity escapes our understanding - it is something to be taken on faith

  • Problems With Oneness Theology Series

    Contributed by Jason Smith on Sep 16, 2014

    Oneness theology denies the Trinity doctrine and claims that there is one person in the Godhead who has manifested himself in three different forms: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Is this belief true?

    OVERVIEW OF THE TRINITY The Trinity is one of the foundational doctrines of Christianity. The Trinity is the teaching that there is one God who exists in three distinct, concurrent, persons. Please note, though, this is not saying there are three competing and separate gods (polytheism). The more

  • Does Trinity Make Sense

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on May 21, 2018

    How is God both three and one?

    Intro How is God both three and one? [Note: All scriptures are given for reference. Obviously it would be a very long and tedious sermon to turn to each and every one. I recommend turning to very few, but leaving a scripture list for those who wish to study further.] Goal: Let’s understand more

  • Considering The Most Holy Trinity With Affection

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on May 18, 2017

    The mystics know the Most Holy Trinity as a verb more than a noun.

    Considering the Most Holy Trinity with affection 1. The mystics know the Most Holy Trinity as a verb more than a noun, like Lady Julian of Norwich, "Greatly ought we to rejoice that God dwells in our soul..." And, St. Elizabeth of the Trinity, a Carmelite nun: “God loves us,… to the point of more

  • How The Bible Describes God Series

    Contributed by Eddie Snipes on Apr 11, 2002
    based on 26 ratings

    How does the Bible describe God and how do false teachers do the same?

    How the Bible Describes God How does the Bible describe God? The first truth taught in scripture is that God is not to be compare to any likeness on the earth. In Exodus 20, God commanded that the people were not to create any image with the likeness of anything that is in heaven. Why? When more

  • Statements 1 And 2 Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Sep 2, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    A message concerning our new statement of faith

    Sermon Series: “The Tenets of the Faith” Sermon #1: “Statements 1 & 2” Sermon Text: II Timothy 3:16-17 INTRODUCTION: This sermon series has been written to help us better understand our new constitution and by-laws for Forest Christian Church. Now, it may seem strange to preach about a more

  • Counterfeit 7 Jehovah's Witness Series

    Contributed by Joseph Rodgers on Jan 3, 2019

    The simple fact is everyone who’s ever lived has been faced with a dilemma – Is there a God? And if there is – which one is right? Do all roads lead to God or is there but one way?

    Counterfeit – Jehovah’s Witness 10/30/16 2 Timothy 4:3-4 Sunday AM We’ve been in a series learning about and comparing the tenets of the Christianity w/ those of other major religions/cults. My heart in this study isn’t to speak condescendingly or condemn another faith, but to more

  • Trinity - What The Early Church Believed Series

    Contributed by Eddie Snipes on Oct 2, 2001
    based on 40 ratings

    This study looks at the writings of the church prior to the first church council. Beginning at the apostles and those they discipled, we can see what the church believed from the beginning.

    What the early church believed In Part 1 we set the stage for the council. We looked at the fact that these men were Christians who suffered for their faith. Just 14 years earlier, they came out of the last great Roman persecution. They resisted against the attacks from outside the church at the more