Should We Worship Jesus? [59:27]
by Sean Finnegan rated at 2.0 (7 votes so far)
Sean Finnegan begins by affirming, along with 1 Timothy 2.5, that the Father is the only God before delving into the question of worshiping Jesus. He covers the basic vocabulary of worship, various acts of worship, standard objections to worshiping Jesus, and limitations on that worship. In the end he concludes that Jesus should be worshiped because God has ordained it to be so, but this is not idolatry because God receives glory when Jesus is worshiped.
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Commentary on 2 Peter 1.1b
by John Schoenheit, Mark Graeser, and John Lynn [2 pages]
rated at 1 (out of 5 votes)
Some Trinitarians try to force this verse to “prove” the Trinity by what is known as the Granville Sharp Rule of Greek grammar. We have shown that this is not a valid proof of the Trinity