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Why do I need to explain the reason Jesus Christ is not mentioned or noted as God in the "Roman Creed" and the Didache? ONE is arguing from silence any time you point to specific data that is not present. In this case, Jesus is not mentioned as God in these two documents. A rational inquiry would seek to understand the data (the words) that ARE ...


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Arguments from Silence This is an articulate example of employing the argument from silence. Arguments from silence always rely on an unstated premise (think about it, it's actually pretty funny). This does not mean the conclusion of an argument from silence is always false. It means the argument is not logically valid. For example: P1: They didn't say it C: ...


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Regardless of the dating of the Didache, its formula for baptism is this. baptize into the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit,2443 in living water. Didache Chapter 7 That, of course, is a Trinitarian formula found also in Matthew. Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and ...


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I'm not sure how directly relevant this is, but in 1 Chronicles 29:10-11 are found the phrases "our father", "for ever and ever", "the power and the glory", and "thine is the kingdom". Matthew must surely be telling us that our Lord Jesus took these phrases from David's prayer to make the Lord's Prayer. At least, that ...


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