A trinitarian heresy, which treats the three persons of the Trinity as different “modes” of the Godhead. A typical modalist approach is to regard God as active as Father in creation, as Son in redemption, and as Spirit in sanctification.
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The Latin term used to refer to the “fourfold” interpretation of Scripture according to its literal, allegorical, tropological moral, and analogical senses.
Speaking evil of God or denying Him some good which we should attribute to Him. Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is stating that Jesus did his miracles by the power of the devil (Matt. 12:22-32) and is an unforgivable sin (Mark 3:28-30). Blasphemy arises out of pride (Psalm 73:9,11), hatred (Psalm 74:18), injustice (Isaiah 52:5), […]
The elect are those called by God to salvation. This election occurs before the foundation of the world (Eph. 1:4) and is according to God's will not man's (Rom. 8:29-30; 9:6-23) because God is sovereign (Rom. 9:11-16).
The divine attribute of unchangeableness. God said in Exodus 3:14, “I AM that I AM,” signifying His eternal sameness and His sovereignty. He cannot change His moral character, His love, His omniscience, omnipresence, omnipotence, etc. God is “From everlasting to everlasting,” (Psalm 90:2).
A privilege and an obligation of the Christian where we communicate with God. It is how we convey our confession (1 John 1:9), requests (1 Tim. 2:1-3), intercessions (James 5:15), thanksgiving (Phil. 4:6), etc., to our holy God. We are commanded to pray (1 Thess. 5:17).
Sola Scriptura Many people wonder why Christianity dissents from all other religions in the world, but the thing that makes it different is that Christianity is a book religion and not just any book but the Holy Word of God. All of the other religions in this world are false and man made, they are […]
Is Jesus God? Many attacks have been lodged throughout the entire church history on the Deity of Christ, and every cult in the world either denies the Deity of Christ or His redemptive work on the cross. We are then forced to give a reason why we believe in the Trinity and why we believe […]