“And” or “For”?—Luke 24:47

Sometimes little words can carry big distinctions.  Both words are only a few letters long, and they even share a common letter, but there is a world of difference between my wife and your wife!  Confuse the two at your own risk.  Little differences like this become even more important when we attempt to study God's word.…

Pronoun Problems: Genesis 15:7

Almost without fail, our Trinitarian friends will use plural pronouns in the Bible to argue that God is a Trinity.  The stereotypical example is Genesis 1:26, "Let us make man in our image;" but as we have already discussed in another post, this verse in no way proves a Trinity.  My question for our Trinitarian…

A Combination of Contrarieties

Ever since Resurrection Sunday I have been thinking about the crucifixion.  Here are a few thoughts I have been meditating on lately. When we look at the cross we see an intersection between the vertical and horizontal: the beams are not in-line with one another, but they are perpendicular.  So many things about the cross run…