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How do Trinitarians explain that Jesus himself claims He is a man who has heard things from God at John 8:40?

It's a common misapprehension that Trinitarians do not believe the Jesus was a man. However they do believe that. The core of Trinitarian belief is that Jesus is both Man and God. Also God the Son ...
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How do Trinitarians explain that Jesus himself claims He is a man who has heard things from God at John 8:40?

The trinitarian understanding hinges, in part, on what is meant by morphe in Philippians 2: Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God: But made himself of no ...
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Do Trinitarians and Binitarians think Paul changed his teaching regarding Jesus? Rom 9:5

No, we do not think that the Apostle Paul changed his mind about Jesus following his Damascus road conversion. Obviously, that was a big changing point. YLT, KJV, and most other "good" ...
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Who signed the 1982 Chicago Statement on Biblical Hermeneutics?

I emailed library@dts.edu (owner/source of articles from OP) asking for signatures and this is the response List of Signatures for the ICBI Chicago Statement on Biblical Hermeneutics, 1982 (The typed ...
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How do Christians reconcile Romans 10:17 with the fact that there are people who hear the gospel preached but remain unconvinced?

Jesus in his parable of the four soils speaks of the bird that steals the seed. The seed is the gospel message and the bird is the devil. Thus the deceiving influence of the devil is part of the ...
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How do Christians reconcile Romans 10:17 with the fact that there are people who hear the gospel preached but remain unconvinced?

No one can come to me unless the Father who sent me draws[brings, leads] him … — John 6:44 (CSB) Many people have, and will, hear Jesus's message. Most will ignore or disbelieve it. Some will think ...
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Do Trinitarians and Binitarians think Paul changed his teaching regarding Jesus? Rom 9:5

Paul, formerly known as Saul, certainly changed his view of God when he changed from pre-believer to believer. But did Paul change his mind, his teaching, about God post believer? No. Paul is quite ...
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How do Christians reconcile Romans 10:17 with the fact that there are people who hear the gospel preached but remain unconvinced?

The larger context of Rom 10:17 is Paul's explanation in Rom 9-11 on why some Israelites failed to accept the gospel (Rom 10:16) even though Paul had come to them, had preached to them, had made sure ...
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Do Trinitarians and Binitarians think Paul changed his teaching regarding Jesus? Rom 9:5

No, the Apostle Paul did not change his mind as it pertains to "Who is Jesus Christ." In fact, he reinforced his position that Jesus Christ was God, just read all of his writings. Let's ...
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How do Pentecostal and Charismatic Christians respond to William Lane Craig's lectures on the Baptism and Filling of the Holy Spirit?

I do not consider myself Pentecostal nor do I support any specific charismatic denomination. I would rather label myself a continuationist, although I can understand to some extent why concentric ...
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Spectrum of Interpretation on Great Flood

James already gave a good overview... however I feel his treatment of the "Global Flood" interpretation is rather biased. First off, almost no one proposes a "literal" reading of ...
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