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Articles on Biblical Monotheism

The aim of these articles is to arrive at an understanding of what the Word of God teaches, or does not teach, in regard to Biblical monotheism, Trinitarianism, Yahweh the only true God, and Jesus Christ the Son of God. The primary concern is not with academic knowledge but the spiritual edification of God’s people through a deeper understanding of His character, His love for humankind, and His willingness to draw near to His people.

You may also like to read The Only True God, a detailed exposition of Biblical monotheism.

Explanation of picture: Sixth-century mosaic of Jesus, located at the Basilica of Sant Apollinare Nuovo in Ravenna, Italy. This church was erected by the Ostrogoth King Theodoric in the early 6th century. Dedicated in 504 to Christ the Redeemer, this originally non-trinitarian church was reconsecrated in 561 by the Byzantine emperor Justinian I for the cause of trinitarianism.

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