Category Archives: Trinity

GOD WITH US

What do I believe about Jesus? Matthew in his Gospel (1:20-23)  says, “an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, “Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived … Continue reading

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Seventh-day Adventists And The Trinity

I came across a website recently that released its tirade upon Seventh-day Adventists. It took some researching to find the author’s name. I thought I could at least engage with him on one of his many indictments. I eventually found … Continue reading

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Anthony Hoekema, Adventists And Walter Martin, Part II

p. 561. Is Seventh-day Adventism a Non-Christian Cult? Following from the last post, Walter Martin takes up Anthony Hoekema again on page 561 of his book, ‘The Kingdom of the Cults’. To quote Martin fully, p.561. We earlier mentioned Dr. … Continue reading

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Anthony Hoekema; Adventists And Walter Martin, Part I

Comment on excerpts from, ‘Kingdom of the Cults’, by Walter Martin – Bethany House Publishers, 2003. p. 535. As an explanation for the inclusion of a chapter in a book on cults entitled, “The Puzzle of Seventh-day Adventism,” (Appendix B), … Continue reading

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Our Triune God

CMI is a website concerned about Origins because of what it says about God and particularly about the Person of Jesus Christ, about His status in the Godhead and about his mission to our world. “If we wilfully reject Jesus’ … Continue reading

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