Is It Necessary to Believe in the Trinity to Be Saved? [51:59]
by J. Dan Gill rated at 2.7 (10 votes so far)
Originally titled: Yet Another Music City Miracle. The evangelical gospel does not include confession in the Trinity. If this is the case there are only two options: (1) the Trinity is not necessary for salvation or (2) evangelicals are preaching an incomplete gospel. J. Dan Gill opts for the former in this fine talk on the subject.
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by Steve Katsaras [47:40]
rated at 2.8 (out of 12 votes)
This teaching begins from where Elohim left off, by studying the NT usage of the Greek word Theos, translated in English, God. Again, what is seen here is a continuing trend that was realized in the OT usage of Elohim - Theos is also flexibly used for the One true God, for angels, men, etc...The exegetical study of the word properly reveals who the God of Israel is. (This sermon was originally preached at the Red Words Church on 6-June-2010 in Melbourne, Australia.)