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Jesus must be viewed as God by virtue of the facts that He has the names of God, the attributes of God, and the authority of God; He does the works of God; and He is worshiped as God.Our triune God is an awesome God!
Does it really matter whether or not we believe that Jesus is God? Yes! If one places faith in a false Christ, one that is not described in Scripture, then can this false Christ save them? In today’s culture there are people teaching that Jesus was a created being.
What are we to make of Jesus’s statement in John 14:28 that “My Father is greater than I”? Simply put, in His humanity, Christ is lesser than God the Father; but in His deity, He is equal.
Jesus Christ has been actively involved in the world from the very beginning. So the question arises, “Do we see Jesus anywhere in Genesis?” Yes! These pre-incarnate appearances of Christ are called theophanies.
Mary and Joseph weren’t the first human beings to see Jesus Christ. In fact, that common perception reflects a deep misunderstanding about the Son of God’s central role throughout history.
Though not a secret, Ty Benbow shows that the God-man Jesus ministered on earth to maximize the impact of His salvation message.
Jesus said that Zechariah’s father was named Berechiah, but 2 Chronicles states that Jehoiada was the father of Zechariah. Was Jesus mistaken? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains.
We have frequently warned about the dangers of forcing man’s fallible ideas into the text of Scripture because it unlocks a door of compromise.
How could Jesus be the Creator (John 1:1–3) if he was the firstborn of all creation (Colossians 1:15)?
If Jesus is God (John 1, Colossians 1, Hebrews 1, Philippians 2:5–8), then why was the Father greater than Jesus in John 14:28?
If Jesus is God’s “only begotten Son,” then how can angels and Christians also be God’s sons?
Was Jesus wrong in Matthew 13:31–32 when He said that the mustard seed was the “least of all the seeds”?