A Question to God... "Aren’t you too mysterious for human beings to understand? Isn’t all of this just a great mystery that no one can comprehend?" God Answers…"Let him who would boast take his boast in this, that he understands and knows me, that I am the LORD." — Jeremiah 9:24 He himself testifies that his people should glory in that they “understand” and “know” him. The truth of how many compose the one God is not a mystery! It is knowable and is known to ancient Israel. Israel knows with absolute certainty: It is one! Moses says to the people: To you it was shown so that you might know that the LORD, he is God; there is no other but him (Deut. 4:35). The inherent difficulties in multi-person theology have driven some adherents to propose that the idea is simply a “great mystery” and can’t be understood. No one would argue with that assessment. Surely it would be an incredible mystery that in the Bible there is one affirming that only “he” is God while at the same time there are one or two other persons who share his Deity. This mystery, however, exists only for those proposing a multi-person God. God is indeed the most spectacular being in the universe. [...]
EDITOR’S CHOICE – VIDEO
Sir Anthony Buzzard talks to his audience about the essential truth of the Bible that the One God of the universe is the Father alone. Anthony then tells us that it is critically important that as Christians we stand for that truth. He includes a consideration of non-trinitarian believer John Biddle and his suffering and endurance for the faith that God is one not three.