Was Jesus created by God or always next to God?

The following scriptures are used by the apostle John to describe the relationship between God and Jesus:   Jesus is called the “only begotten Son” of God in John 1:18, John 3:16, 18, and 1 John 4:9. The most accurate, word-for-word translations of the [...]

Is Jesus God, or he is a normal person?

(All citations are from the KJV.) Jesus is not God.  Matthew 3:17 - God says of Jesus, "This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased." John 5:30 - Jesus says, "because I seek not mine own will, but the will of [...]

Who is the Word?

Jesus identifies Himself with the title "the Word" (Logos in the Greek) in John 1:1-2 (KJV) we read: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." Unfortunately, these scriptures have been mistranslated and misunderstood. A [...]

Is Jesus God or a messenger of God?

Jesus is the “only begotten Son of God,” John 3:18. He is “the firstborn of all creation,” Colossians 1:15 (NASB). In the beginning in heaven, God named His son the Word. God is the Almighty Father and He is the designer and director of [...]

What is the Godhead?

The term/noun “Godhead” (Romans 1:20; Colossians 2:9) was introduced by John Wycliffe when he translated the Bible into English (1395). John Tyndale in his latter translation (1525) used “Godhead” in Acts 17:29, Romans 1:20 and Colossians 2:9. The Greek text, however, contains three slightly [...]

Why did God call Himself, "I AM THAT I AM"?

God wanted to assure Moses and Israel that God would become what they would need Him to become.  In using the words “I AM THAT I AM,” God used an expression to reveal to Moses a promise and pledge found in His name. Throughout [...]

Was Christ part man and part God in his nature?

The question sounds mythological, because it does not distinguish between the fact that Jesus Christ was a man on earth and was a spirit being in his prehuman existence. The Bible never teaches that the Man Jesus had a double nature, human and spirit [...]

In Genesis 1:1, is God plural?

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” Genesis 1:1 The word “God” in this verse is the Hebrew word, ‘elohim. The greatly respected Bible translator Jospeh Bryant Rotherham has the following comment in The Emphasized Bible: “It should be carefully observed [...]

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