This page has various articles covering the divinity of God the eternal Father and His only begotten son Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus Christ). Articles use a myriad of sources for reference, although the primary information comes from the Old and New Testaments. Other sources that do not conflict with the Bible are referenced to help explain the message delivered to 1st-century believers. May Adonai bless you in your study of His divine word. Shalom!
What does the Bible teach regarding the Godhead and the relationship between Yeshua the Messiah and heavenly Father? Is Yeshua eternal like the Father? What does it mean to be one with the Father? Does oneness constitute divinity? Does God have more than one son? What did the early church believe and consider heresy? Who created all things? This and many more questions are answered in this article. May we be led by His word and not the traditions of men.
This article examines information from the Old Testament detailing Christ's activities before his incarnation as a human being. Combined with data found in the New Testament and various Jewish sources such as the Mishnah and the Targums, we get a more complete picture of the role of the Messiah in God's plan. Critical to understanding His various appearances is a review of the source text. Topics covered are the Angel of the Lord, the Word, Logos, YHVH (or alternately YHWH, Yahweh, Jehovah).
This study examines what the New Testament has to say about the Messiah. Who is he and how does he fit into the Godhead? What are his many names and what do they teach us about him? How do the scriptures align with the teachings of modern day Christianity?
The oneness of God is probably the most misunderstood topic in Christianity. Yet it is arguably one of the most important. One of Christianity's foundational beliefs is the Trinity. However, this doctrine raises a simple but profound question: How can three be one? Additionally, how can we be one just as the Godhead is one? This study turns to the Scripture for understanding, allowing the Bible to teach us rather than the traditions of man.