Hell Under Fire: Introduction Response

As previously mentioned, I’ve begun my study of hell. Based on my understanding of Scripture, and especially the atonement, I feel inclined to believe that unbelievers will experience the finality of death as the punishment for their sin. That is to say, I am inclined towards conditionalism, as opposed to eternal torment, or universalism. ButContinue reading “Hell Under Fire: Introduction Response”

No Real Jesus Without the Trinity

How important is it to believe in the Trinity? Some would argue that believing the right things is not what saves you. But if you get the doctrine of God wrong, how can you say we believe in the same God? This author lays out the importance of getting the Trinity right. No Real JesusContinue reading “No Real Jesus Without the Trinity”

Is the Trinity Biblical?

Is the Trinity biblical? Well, it depends on how you define the term “biblical.” The word Trinity is never used in the Bible, but the theological concept of God’s three-in-one-ness is clearly present. Let’s look at some examples. Creation The best place to begin is in the beginning. Genesis 1:1 begins with God and HisContinue reading “Is the Trinity Biblical?”

In Defense of the Trinity

The doctrine of the Trinity is perhaps one of the most confusing among Christians. Admittedly, it is easy to misunderstand and misrepresent. But forget defining the Trinity, how would one defend it to a skeptic? The evidence for the Trinity is found within the Scriptures, and the skeptic does not believe the Scriptures to beContinue reading “In Defense of the Trinity”

Should We Teach Doctrine to Children?

Doctrine is just a fancy word that means “teaching” or “something that is taught.” In the church, we use the term doctrine to refer to the teachings of the Bible. In my book, doctrine and theology are fairly similar. We have the doctrine of God, the doctrine of man, the doctrine of salvation, etc. DoctrineContinue reading “Should We Teach Doctrine to Children?”