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THREE SAVING OFFICES Our Lord Jesus Christ did not become incarnate for its own sake. Jesus came, to “save his people from their sins” (Matt 1:21). The three saving offices, or functions, of Christ are: Prophet, Priest, and King. These three offices were prefigured, as the three major offices among the Old Testament people of […]

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TWO DISTINCT NATURES Although Jesus Christ is one divine person, he exists in two distinct natures. Just as important as believing that Jesus is divine, is believing that Jesus was a real man. John made this very clear in 1 John 4:2-3, “By this you know the Spirit of God: every spirit that confesses that […]

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When it comes to discussing biblical truths, there can be no matter more important, than the person and work of Jesus Christ. According to the Apostle Paul, the gospel is “of first importance” (1 Cor 15:3 ESV). This series of posts will focus on the person and work of Christ, which is the content of […]

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I am continuing my interaction with the July issue of The Watchtower magazine. In my last post I made the point that the name of God should be considered much more broadly. It is not limited to the vocalization of YHWH, rather when we speak of the name of God we mean the whole of […]

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I have been doing a review of the Watchtower November 2009 magazine on Six Myths of Christianity. I have some new material on which I want to interact, so I’ll just finish this review in one long post.The most significant part of this for me is the first section which finishes up my treatment on […]

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