Tags archives: One God

  • Printer Friendly Page Hello Mike, I chanced upon your site while I was researching another topic and decided to give some of your topics a read. I do agree with some and disagree with others. The trinity is one of them. Kindly have a look at some of the material I have put together from my study of ... [read more]
  • Dear Mike, From the outstanding work you do and the explanations you give on this site I seem to understand and believe your various presentation of the Godhead (God the Father, and the Son). And for that, I thank God for giving us a person like yourself with such dedication. What I can't seem to un... [read more]
  • Mike, You just about blew my socks off... again. In your Numbers series, Number 8 please scroll down to Col 3:10 where you said... "Jesus created them male and female." And in some other paper you said that Christ was the God of the Old Testament. These I don't understand at all. I guess then that C... [read more]
  • Mike, Since Christ was the first created and of the substance that he could appear on earth at will, did Christ himself impregnate Mary? That he left his deity and entered Mary himself sounds impossible, but is anything impossible for the Lord? Since she was a virgin, what other way could it be? But... [read more]
  • Dear webservants: I have been reading the many articles written by Michael Vinson. Indeed they have opened up my mind to the word of God, especially the spiritual aspect or meaning of the scriptures. Of late I have been introduced to the IsWasAndWillBe website and many questions have been cleared ... [read more]
  • Hello Mr. Vinson and IWWB, I have spent a lot of time wandering in and out of understanding as to who and what manner of God we have. I was at one time under the belief of the Jehovah's Witness heresy that Christ was not divine, but simply a "little god". Then I was under the belief that Jesus ... [read more]
  • Hello Mike, I have a tiny question and perhaps you could answer - when time permits. Isa 44:6 " .. I am the first and I am the last (here, Christ is referring to himself - alpha and Omega - this I understand) BESIDES ME THERE IS NO GOD". (why then does He say BESIDES ME THERE IS NO GOD (His Father?)... [read more]