1. C. Matthew McMahon

    NEW BOOK: Sparks of Divine Glory: A Practical Study of the Attributes of God by C. Matthew McMahon (725 Pages)

    Sparks of Divine Glory: A Practical Study of the Attributes of God by C. Matthew McMahon (725 Pages, Linen Hardcover) Is there a good reason to study the doctrine of God? Knowing God, or not knowing God, has eternal consequences to it. The Savior came to explain the Father (John 1:18) and he...
  2. C. Matthew McMahon

    NEW BOOK: A Devotional on Our Savior’s Death and Passion by Charles Herle (1598-1659)

    A Devotional on Our Savior’s Death and Passion by Charles Herle (1598-1659) Charles Herle (1598-1659) was an active member of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, and, in 1646, was chosen to preside over the assembly; he was known as a deep divine, a great scholar and eminently pastoral. Every...
  3. C. Matthew McMahon

    NEW PUBLICATION: The Wonders of Jesus by Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646)

    The Wonders of Jesus by Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646) Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646), was a brilliant Reformed preacher of the Gospel, and an astute theologian. He ministered with pastoral sensitivity and a zealous desire to glorify God in his preaching and writing. One of the more "exciting"...
  4. TryingToLearn

    Resources arguing against mere Divine agency being applied to Jesus?

    The notion of divine agency seems to be an easy way for unitarians to get around the Deity of Christ. Even conservative commentaries will (incorrectly, in my strong opinion) argue for divine agency in certain OT passages like Psalm 45 ("Your throne, O God is forever…Therefore God, your God…") or...
  5. M

    Messianic Judaism's objection to the Trinity

    I just watched a video of a Messianic Jewish rabbi, in Brazil, arguing against the doctrine of the Trinity. He says, among other arguments: “The Spirit of God is not a distinct entity, such as is affirmed by Trinitarians, because he himself is the Holy Spirit”. With such affirmation, he denied...
  6. Regi Addictissimus

    First Council of Nicaea

    *Can a moderator fix the title. My phone was acting up while posting this. "First Council of Nicaea"* "Archaeologists exploring a lake in Turkey have discovered a 1,700-year-old Christian church that may have been the location of the landmark Council of Nicaea, which was held in 325 B.C. and...
  7. M

    Your favorite selections on the deity of Jesus Christ

    I made this thread because I would like for the PB community to select your favorite citations/quotes/selections on the subject of the deity of Jesus Christ, especially those written by the puritans and church fathers, and share them here. Please inform the source. Here is one of my...
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    Messianic Judaism and deity of Jesus Christ

    Someone in my family no longer believes Jesus Christ is God because of their recent belief of Messianic Judaism. According to my family member, Jesus is the Jewish Messiah and is the Son of God, but isn't God. Well, I believe there are different variations of Messianic Jews, but the Messianic...
  9. S

    Showing the Deity of Christ to JW's - Their Visit this A.M

    Just got done spending an hour or so with a few Jehova's Witnesses that came by the house. I do believe the Lord spoke very clearly to them through me and, while they did not repent and believe, they seem like they'll both be bothered or wrestling at least a little bit. I finally had the...