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The Trinity/Binity, Part 14 (1): Is There Proof That Holy Spirit Is a Personage? (General)

Unlike the claim that Jesus is God, there is no question that there are plenty of scriptures that seem to apply personhood to the holy spirit and there is no doubt that it is a part of God. The question is whether it is a distinct personage separate from the Father, Jehovah. If holy spirit were proved to be a personage separate from Jehovah, then it would at least prove that God is a Binity. Below, we will consider what Trinitarians and Binitarians miss in the proofs they provide. They tend to focus only on the personification of the holy spirit in the Scriptures, and not on how its personification is used, the role the holy spirit serves in the cited scripture or other language used regarding it.

Is It Blasphemy Against the Spirit to Be Wrong About it? Some claim that it is blasphemy against the holy spirit to claim that it is not its own personage if it is or that it is its own personage when it is not. However, instead of making assumptions about that issue based on personalfeeling…
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The Mosaic Law, Part 3 (2): How Observing the Mosaic Law Affects Salvation

If Christians are subject to the Mosaic Law, then it is necessary for Christians to observe the entire law perfectly in order to receive salvation. (Ga 5:3[pa|in]; Jas 2:10[pa|in]) It would then be necessary to become intimately associated with all the law and to make sure to carry out all its regulations. (De 6:24[pa|in]; 28:58, 59[par|int]) And if salvation came through the Mosaic Law, then what point was Christ's sacrifice? (Heb 10:1-10[pa|in]); Ga 5:4[pa|in]) However, if Christians are not under law, then trying to adhere to law would only unnecessarily impede their worship and make their service to God more difficult. (Ac 15:28, 29[pa|in]; Ga 3:10[pa|in]; 5:1-12[pa|in]) So what do the Scriptures say?

Paul established that the purpose of the law was to make sins manifest. (Ro 3:20[pa|in]) This made it a tutor (or guardian) leading to salvation through Christ by means of our faith, (Ga 3:24, 25[pa|in]) and provided a shadow of the things to come. (Col 2:17[pa|in]; Heb 8:5[pa|in

The Mosaic Law, Part 2: A Brief History of God's Laws

Law from God has played an integral part throughout human history. Rebellion against Jehovah God's laws began with the very first rulebreaker, an angel whom we now call Satan, (Re 12:9[pa|in]) whose jealousy led him to pretend to be a serpent and lie against God to bring mankind death through sin. (Ge 3:1-5[pa|in]; Joh 8:44[pa|in]) It was by loving his wife more than God (Ge 2:22-25[pa|in]; Ro 1:21[pa|in]) that the first man, Adam, rebelled, breaking the one simple rule (Ge 2:16-17[pa|in]; 3:6[pa|in]) and thereby lost the gift of everlasting life for all his descendants by passing sin to them, and lost paradise for us all. (Ge 3:23, 24[pa|in])

Afterward, his son Cain violated the natural law of human existence not to murder. He had even been warned not to let his petty jealousy consume him, and then he murdered his brother anyway and was therefore driven from off the tillable ground. (Ge 4:2-16[pa|in]) Undeterred by this lesson, the whole world was ruined in God's sight when i…

The Mosaic Law, Part 1: Introduction

Many nominal Christian religions today observe some form of the Mosaic Law, in whole or in part, sans the punishments, not sanctioned in the Christian Scriptures. They may observe the sabbath day of the week (Friday/Saturday) or the first day of the week (Sunday) in honor of Christ's resurrection without knowing what the Scriptures say on the matter. Some even observe a sabbath month and year according to the Law of Moses. Many perform circumcisions or have a long list of dietary restrictions. They may even impose restrictions in excess of the law, often about veganism and/or clothing and grooming, ritualistic practices, etc. But are Christians under obligation to continue to observe the Mosaic Law? Are there any parts of the Mosaic Law that Christians are required to observe according to the Scriptures? If so, why? Are any laws not in the Mosaic Law added to Christians?

In this refutation against slaving to tbe Mosaic Law, I will show that Christians are not under obligation to a…

The Trinity/Binity, Part 13: Definitive Proof That Jesus Is Not God

Now that you have had a thorough view of how the claim that Jesus is God falls far short of substantiated proof, (and in some cases proving exactly the opposite when the fog is lifted from the verse,) let us look at verses that make it clear, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Jesus is most certainly not God. Verses that require no explanation, no ignoring the body of the Scriptures, no exploiting ambiguities, no contortions, verbal accrobatics or fiddling with the text and no making up non-existent rules of grammar to prove some false doctrine. Lots of verses.

God is not a mere man who tells lies, nor a son of man who changes his mind.

1 Kings 8:27[pa|in]
But will God really dwell on the earth? Look! The heavens, yes, the heaven of the heavens, cannot contain you; how much less, then, this house that I have built!

Job 9:32[pa|in]
For [God] is not a man like me that I may answer him, that we should go to court tog…