Commentary on Romans 10.13 [2 Pages]
by John Schoenheit, Mark Graeser, John Lynn be the first to rate this
The context of this verse in Romans makes it clear that the “Lord” referred to in this verse is the Lord Jesus Christ. However, this verse is a quotation from Joel 2:32 in the Old Testament, and in Joel the “Lord” is Yahweh. That has caused some Trinitarians to say that Jesus is God.
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Seeing Jesus Is Seeing the Father
by Jay Dicken [1 page]
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In John 14.9 Jesus says "He who has seen me has seen the Father." What did he mean by this enigmatic statement?