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In this episode I interact with some arguments from the interesting blog post “3 Syllogistic Arguments For Jesus’ Deity” by apologist Evan Minton (also posted here). I evaluate the arguments according to whether or not they are valid (i.e. whether the premises really imply the conclusion) and sound (i.e. valid and the premises are each true). For m…
 
In this episode, my final thoughts on my recent debate with apologist Anthony Rogers about whether Mark teaches that Jesus is the one true God (part 1, part 2). Topics include: the fulfillment fallacy how New Testament authors use the Old Testament a serious misreading of Psalm 110 which confuses together the two characters the idea of multiple mea…
 
In this episode I reflect on the debate of episodes 317 and 318. Topics include: why I was willing to debate a Jesus-is-God apologist like Rogers Rogers’s post-debate statements that I think that all trinitarians are blasphemers, and that I regard them with “immense hatred.” what I meant by referring to Rogers’s views as “fringe” the idea that we c…
 
In this episode, the final portion of my debate with apologist Anthony Rogers. Topics include what I call “the fulfillment fallacy,” the meanings of “Lord” in the New Testament, what Rogers means by saying that “Jesus is God,” whether or not Mark portrays Jesus as having been given authority by God, whether or not Mark portrays Jesus as not knowing…
 
In this episode apologist Anthony Rogers lays out his case that the gospel according to Mark asserts Jesus to be the one true God. Not only does it call Jesus “the Lord,” it presents Jesus as doing miracles which sort of resemble some of the miracles involved in the famous Old Testament Exodus from Egypt. Thus, any reader should know that this is Y…
 
In this episode I review this introductory Trinity book by Dr. James Papandrea. As with the previous episode in this series, I’ll ask how many of these fundamental questions the book clearly answers: What is “the doctrine of the Trinity”? Why is this doctrine not, as some allege, tritheism? Why is this doctrine not, as some allege, incoherent? Is t…
 
In this episode I ask whether this short, introductory book on the Trinity, Our Triune God: Living in the Love of the Three-in-One by Philip Ryken and Michael LeFebvre, answers the ten (or nine) basic questions we explored last time. I score the book based on how many are clearly answered, as opposed to either being ignored or answered in an utterl…
 
There are now a plethora would-be experts on “the doctrine of the Trinity” who offer to tell you the basics of what you need to know about the subject in a short paperback book, or in a lecture or three. Here are some questions which any actual expert should have ready and supportable answers for. 10 Basic or Fundamental Questions about “the Trinit…
 
We’ve heard quite a bit from the famous, learned, and eloquent early American unitarian preacher and author William Ellery Channing (1780-1842): podcast 308 – Channing’s “Unitarian Christianity” – Part 1 podcast 309 – Channing’s “Unitarian Christianity” – Part 2 podcast 310 – Channing’s “Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered” podcast 311 …
 
This episode is my modernized version of William Ellery Channing’s 1828 sermon “Likeness to God.” In it Channing takes as his starting point the text, “Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children.” (Ephesians 5:1) Human beings imitating God, which entails being like God? Yes. His thesis is that “…true religion consists in intending as our ma…
 
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