What does the abundance of one’s heart reveal? Examining mouth output in the pursuit of truth.
On delaying an episode, pausing to check one’s motivation, and what you do and don’t get from the host.
- Romans 10:9 - Requirement for salvation, achieved by unitarian Christians.
- 1 John 5:11 - Belief that Jesus is the Messiah, a requirement for salvation.
- Matthew 1:18 - Matthew betrays his Trinitarian beliefs by giving Jesus a “genesis.”
- Luke 6:45 - Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks.
- Acts 2:22 - Peter says some awfully non-Trinitarian things about Jesus.
- Acts 14:8-15 - Paul and Barnabas pass by a glorious opportunity to describe the God that came to earth.
- Ephesians 1:17 - The God of our Lord Jesus, lacking all the requisite caveats and qualifiers to prevent reader misunderstanding.
- Revelation 3:2,12 - Jesus repeatedly confuses people by talking about his God.
- 1 Timothy 2:5 - One God and one mediator, and that mediator is a man.
- John 17:3 - Eternal life is believing in the one true God (the Father) and in Jesus the Messiah.
- Matthew 9:8 - The gospel writer himself notes that God had given authority to men (rather than agreeing with Jesus’ opponents).
- Matthew 14:29 - Peter walked on water, proving that he was...
- Romans 5:12-21 - Paul explains how Jesus brought salvation but never references having to be God, but repeatedly calls him a man.
- Mark 12:29 - Jesus explains what the greatest commandment is, and it isn’t to “worship Satan.”
- Places where the New Testament writers say the Jesus had a God, was subject to God, was a servant of God: Matt. 27:46; Mark 15:34; John 14:28, 20:17; Acts 3:13,26, 4:27,30; Rom. 15:6; 1 Cor. 3:23, 11:3, 15:28; 2 Cor. 1:3; Eph. 1:3,17; 1 Col. 1:3; Pet. 1:3; Rev. 1:6, 3:2,12.
- Places where New Testament writers qualified what “having a God” meant so that readers wouldn’t get the wrong, heretical ideas:
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