True God Versus False God = False Dichotomy (r-blogger)

Is Jesus the only true God or else a false god? […]

Deuteronomy 6:4 – The Meaning of Echad -r

A Bible study of the claim that the Hebrew word translated “one” [echad] means “composite unity”, the claim this shows that Yahweh consists of more than one person, and the claim that the usage of echad in Deuteronomy 6:4 offers proof of the trinity in the Hebrew Scriptures. […]

1 Corinthians 8:6 – One God, One Lord; Deuteronomy 6:4 -r

Does “one Lord” in 1 Corinthians 8:6 mean that Jesus is the “one Jehovah” of Deuteronomy 6:4, or that Jesus is a person of that one Jehovah? […]

There is Only One Lord

Jesus is the only one whom the Lord Jehovah has made to be both Christ and Lord. […]

Hebrews 1:8 – Why is Jesus called “Elohim” and “Theos”? Psalm 45:6,7 (r)

Answers the above question from the viewpoint that Jesus is God’s firstborn creature. […]

John 1:1 – Is Jesus “God” Whom He Was With? -r

This is actually a reply to a trinitarian who claimed that Jesus, in John 1:1, is “God” whom Jesus was with. […]

1 Timothy 2:5,6 – Did Jesus Have to Be Both God and Man in Order to be the Mediator? -r

Does Jesus need to both God and Man in order to be the mediator between God and Man? […]

“Lord” in the New Testament (r-blogspot)

How the Greeks words for “Lord” are used and of whom in the New Testament. […]

Elohim – Does This Word Indicate a Plurality of Persons in a Godhead?

Informative report discusses the meaning of ELOHIM in its plural intensive (singular) usages. […]

John 1:1-3 – The Logos was Theos – r

A scriptural study of John 1:1-4. Was John claiming that Jesus was the only true God? […]

Luke 2:11 – Jesus – “Christ the Lord”

Does “Lord” in Luke 2:11 mean that Jesus is Yahweh? Does it mean that there never was a time when Jesus was not “Lord”? […]

Hebraic Usage of the Titles for “God”

How should one view the scriptures that use the words for “God” as applied to Jesus? […]

John 17:3 – Did Jesus Really Say That the Father is the Only True God?

Many, by way of imaginative assumptions that are read into the scripture, claim that Jesus was including himself as the only true God. This study examines some of those claims. […]

Jude 1:4 – The Only Despotes

Does the reference to Jesus as the “only despotes” mean that Jesus is Yahweh? […]

Matthew 3:16,17 – Jesus, Spirit of God, Heavenly Voice – Trinity?

Do we find the concept of “Holy Trinity” in these verses? […]

Is Jesus the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob? (b)

Many claim that Jesus is “I AM” of Exodus 3:14,15, and some even claim that the God and Father of Jesus is NOT “I AM” of Exodus 3:14,15. This study scripturally examines these propositions. […]

Matthew 6:24; Luke 16:13 – Serving Two Masters

If Jesus and God are not one master, are Christians serving two masters, hating one and loving the other? […]

Psalm 110:1 – The “Lord” of David

Is David’s Lord a person of Yahweh? Who is the Lord of David? Are two persons called “Lord” in Psalm 110:1? […]

1 Timothy 2:5 – There is One God

Trinitarians often used 1 Timothy 2:5 as proof that there is one God; they fail to notice, or wish their readers to fail to notice, that this scriptures presents only one person as the one God. […]

Acts 10:36 – Lord of All

Does the expression “Lord of all” in Acts 10:36 mean that Jesus is the Almighty Yahweh (Jehovah), the God of the Old Testament? […]

Ephesians 4:5 – One Lord -r

Is the trinity being spoken of in Ephesians 4:4-6? If Jesus is not Yahweh, how can be Jesus be the “one lord”? […]