Debate: James White vs. Patrick Navas 1

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opening statements; John 12.41; 1 Corinthians 8.6 -- I recently listened to Patrick Navas' debate against James White over whether or not Jesus is God. The specific debate topic was: "The deity of Christ is taught in the following texts or families of texts: John 12:41 (cf. Isa. 6 and 53), 1 Cor. 8:5-6, Heb. 1, Col. 1:15-17, and the 'I am' statements of Jesus (John 8:24/58, 13:19, 18:5-6)." Navas argued for a one-God position whereas White defended the doctrine of the Trinity. These two are among the best advocates of their respective positions. James White is the Director of Alpha and Omega Ministries and the author of The Forgotten Trinity. White has debate dozens of people on many subjects, including Anthony Buzzard and Greg Stafford on the Trinity. He is tenacious, well-trained at debating, and probably one of the best Trinity defenders in the world. Patrick Navas is the author of Divine Truth or Human Tradition?: A Reconsideration of the... To read the rest of the description visit http://www.christianmonotheism.com/php/media_center/media_displayer.php?mode=display_one#38;data=497

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