Are Jesus and the Father the Same?

Jesus said that we can see the Father when we look at Him (Jesus). He also said that He and the Father are one.  What did Jesus mean by those statements? Does it mean that He and the Father are exactly the same?

In order to answer that question, we need to first look at the differences between the Father and the Son in the New Testament. [Read more…]

Where Does Jesus Say “I Am God”?

Instead of coming to earth announcing his deity with trumpets blaring, Jesus was born in a lowly stable. Instead of parading around the hills of Galilee proclaiming his deity, Jesus healed the sick, fed the hungry and taught us to love one another. Instead of destroying his enemies, Jesus willingly let them crucify him on a wooden cross in order that our sins could be forgiven. Jesus said his mission was to “seek and save the lost,” not boast of his own greatness. He set the example of humility for us.

Yet, Jesus did say “I am God” on several occasions. [Read more…]

Does Christianity Teach Three Gods or One God?

The Bible clearly speaks of one God in both Old and New Testaments. In a clear emphatic declaration, God tells us in Isaiah:

I alone am God. There is no other God—there never has been, and there never will be. I, yes I, am the LORD, and there is no other Savior.

Isaiah 43:10b, 11, NLT

So, are Christians blaspheming God when they teach that Jesus Christ is God in the flesh? [Read more…]