Please explain Isaiah 9:6 where Jesus is referred to as being the “everlasting father” and “mighty God”. Does not this support the idea of the Trinity?

Isaiah 9:6 "For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace." 

Regarding the possible confusion on this verse in harmonizing it with the scriptural teaching that […]

What is understood by the expression, “the triune God?”

Some have thought this to be a scriptural expression, but it is not to be found in the Bible. It is believed to have originated in the heathen mythologies of the Hindoos in ancient India. Webster defines the term "triune" as three in one–"an epithet used to express the unity of a trinity of persons […]

August 18th, 2014|God, Faith, The Holy Spirit, Trinity|

Can you explain these two passages of Scripture: `John 1:18`, “No man hath seen God at any time;” and `John 14:9`, “Ye that have seen me, have seen my Father also?”

The first expression should be understood in the concrete sense. No mortal being could see the Lord God and live–"Whom no man hath seen, nor can see." The last expression, to be understood in harmony with the first, should be considered in the abstract. As it was impossible for the Lord's followers to actually see […]

July 31st, 2014|Bible and Bible Characters, God, Faith, Trinity|

Was Christ human and Divine at the same time?

The word "Divine" signifies "the nature of God." The Creator, God, is a Spirit Being glorious and immortal, dwelling in light that is inaccessible to mortal man. One possessing the Divine, immortal nature could never die. The human nature is the highest form of the earthly or fleshly nature. The Divine nature is the highest […]

July 30th, 2014|Jesus’ Life, Teachings, and Death, Trinity|