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(NEW) The book of Revelation describes several heavenly throne room scenes in which we find worshippers singing hymns of praise that involve Jesus. Who do these worshippers think Jesus is in relation to God? What kind of worship do they ... Read More
In John 20:28, Thomas beheld the resurrected Christ and famously exclaimed: “My Lord and my God!” One way to interpret this statement is to assume that Thomas was applying both titles to Jesus. Trinitarian Christian apologists naturally choose this option, ... Read More
Who are the mysterious “seven spirits of God” that appear in the book of Revelation? In our previous article, we examined the chain of custody for John's visions and found evidence indicating that the seven spirits are ... Read More
The enigmatic "seven spirits of God" mentioned in Revelation 1:4, 3:1, 4:5, and 5:6 have long been a mystery to theologians. Are they angels? The Holy Spirit? Could they even be both? We aren't told explicitly, but ... Read More
The traditional reading of John 1:1-14 can be traced back to the works of the fiery second century apologist Justin Martyr (150 AD). Justin took the passage to mean that Jesus pre-existed his birth as the creator of the heavens ... Read More