A Short Explanation to Titus 2.13 [1 page]
by Sean Finnegan be the first to rate this
This verse could be translated two different ways. The way the NASB translates it implies that Christ Jesus is "our great God and Savior." Though this translation is very popular some scholars have criticized it and prefer the rendering found in the NAB and the KJV "...the glory of the great God and of our Savior Jesus Christ."
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Acts 13.1-5 and the Holy Spirit
by Jay Dicken [< 1 page]
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Here the holy spirit is being used as a means of communication by the Lord. I might say, ‘The radio said that there is going to be rain today.’ Do you conclude from this that the radio is a person? Or that a person is utilizing this mode of communication?