A prominent theological understanding in Christianity is that God the Son, the Second Person of the Trinity, is co-eternal with the Father and the Spirit. About 2,000 years ago, He entered into ...
Paul speaks about the fullness of times (I think, in Romans), upon the arrival of which the grace was manifested in the Son of God, but I wonder why was it needed for the Father to conceal the fact ...
According to the doctrine of the Trinity, Jesus is God. He thus is entitled to be described by the various attributes of God, such as omniscience. However, the following passage raises a tough ...
Is there any proof from the Bible that the second Person of the Trinity was the Only-begotten Son of the Father before His incarnation?
Do we have any proof from the Bible that the second Person of the Trinity was the Only-begotten Son of the Father before His incarnation?