Jesus had a Beginning [25:25]
by Dustin Smith & Sean Finnegan rated at 2.3 (9 votes so far)
John 3.16 is probably the most famous verse in the Bible. From John 3.16 and many other places, we learn that Jesus is the 'only begotten son of God.' This important but overlooked word gives wonderful insight to the identity and origin of Jesus. Can someone who has a beginning have no beginning at the same time? (This video can also be viewed on Google Video http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8001812102575252724
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Does Paul call Jesus "God" in Titus 2:13?
by David Maas [5 pages]
rated at 1 (out of 5 votes)
The Granville Sharp Rule used to argue for TITUS 2:13 as a statement of Jesus’ deity is invalid. The passage instead has two persons in view, “the great God” and “Christ Jesus, our savior.” This is in keeping with Paul’s usage elsewhere in Titus and his other letters, as well as in the rest of the New Testament.