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MODULE II. The Doctrine of God

The concept of a Trinity of three co-equal, co-eternal divine Persons is Roman Catholic dogma, gradually formed by a synthesis of Greek philosophy with biblical revelation, and then codified in the Catholic Creeds. Protestants and Evangelicals have not challenged this teaching because they have not abandoned the Greek philosophical foundation on which it is built. Unitarians, in their attempt to distance themselves from this false foundation, have abandoned the teaching of Jesus, Paul, and John concerning Jesus' preexistence as the divine, "only-begotten Son of God": that He was "the First-begotten of all creation," that He was God's agent through whom all things were created, that He repeatedly appeared to the Patriarchs as God's agent, that as God's agent He carried Israel throughout her history, that He was the "husband" to Jerusalem but divorced her, that He "came down from heaven" and in doing so "emptied Himself" in order to become fully human to suffer death on our behalf. All of these truths are supported by the earliest writings of the post-apostolic Christians.
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  1. The Character of God

  2. The Son of God in the OT

  3. Who is Jesus - Part 1

  4. Who is Jesus - Part 2

  5. Who is Jesus - Part 3

  6. Who is Jesus - Part 4

  7. Who is Jesus - Part 5

  8. Who is Jesus - Part 6

  9. You must Overcome like Jesus

  10. The NEW Adam

  11. The Curse & the Seed

  12. One Nature, not Two

  13. The Breath of God - Part 1

  14. The Breath of God - Part 2

  15. The Breath of God - Part 3

  16. The Breath of God - Part 4

  17. The Breath of God - Part 5

  18. The Breath of God - Part 6

  19. The Breath of God - Part 7

  20. The Breath of God - Part 8