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The Godhead

Kenosis

The Impeccability of Christ

The Promise of the Spirit

The Names of the Lord

Christ, Adam, and the Likeness of God

Oneness Theology

Names of God

What is the Godhead

Christ in His Resurrection Part 1 By John Walvoord

Christ in His Resurrection Part 2 By John Walvoord

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Questions About the Godhead

I have heard you speak of the 7 "I AM's" in the Old Testament and the 7 in John's Gospel. What are they?

What is the Godhead?

What is the "hypostatic union?"

Can you prove the holy Spirit is God?

How does God demonstrate His holiness?


These studies are focused on the doctrine of the Godhead, and in particular looking at Jesus MESSIAH. This is an area of study that has become a very hot topic in recent years. For this reason we present these studies for you to look at, and study to reach your own conclusions about the Godhead.

These Three Are One

These Three Are One  (book) (Please click on the link to the left to order)

Each person of the Godhead has the same essence, hence, God is described as one (like in 1 John 5:7); however they are distinct as individuals. "There is unity within the Godhead. But there is also plurality: threeness. This does not mean that God is one and three in the same sense; that would be contradictory. God is one in one sense: essence, and three in another sense: persons.






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