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Date: Aug 9, 2019
Category: Teaching
Only God is worthy of worship We continue with our plethora of proofs of the divinity (deity) of Jesus Christ. This section has to do with worship. When I was a boy, being raised as a Roman Catholic, I became aware that we—the Catholics—were o…
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Date: Aug 2, 2019
Category: Teaching
Jesus seated at the right hand of the Father Now let us return to this idea of the Father saying: “Sit at my right hand, Son, until I make your enemies your footstool.” We know this was and is being fulfilled to this day. First, consider thi…
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Date: Jul 26, 2019
Category: Teaching
The doctrine of the eternal Sonship—true or false? We continue with our series concerning the divinity of Christ. In our early blogs this year on this topic we presented the historical background on the controversy over the deity of Christ. We saw…
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Date: Jul 17, 2019
Category: Teaching
Comparing the works of God and Christ In the previous post, we concluded where Jesus was essentially telling Philip and the others that, if nothing else, then look at the works that I do, and that should convince you that I and the Father are one. Then, l…
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Date: Jul 5, 2019
Category: Teaching
Christ possesses the attributes of God Let us now commence another broad category of proofs of the divinity/deity of Christ. We can label this category: “Christ possesses the attributes of God.”   Remember the axiom: if a = c, and b …
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Date: Jul 1, 2019
Category: Bible Conferences
Chateau-on-the-Lake Once again, we have been able to obtain this beautiful venue for our Conference! If I recall correctly, the Chateau was in the process of being sold when we were there in September 2018. Since then, they have made some changes, one o…
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Date: Jun 28, 2019
Category: Teaching
 Jesus as the Bridegroom and the Son In this portion of our studies, we are examining the names, titles and descriptions of God and of His Son, showing that they are one and the same. (Remember the axiom: If a = c and b = c, then a = b.) Please ope…
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