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  • John Owen 's Holy Spirit

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    JOHN OWEN’S VINDICATION OF HOLY SPIRIT’S DEITY AND ITS BENEFITS FOR BELIEVERS Against the Socinians, John Owen vindicated the deity of the Holy Spirit, as well as his benefits for believers, within a Christological context. The Socinians were not the only opponents Owen dealt with, but they were notorious for their anti-Trinitarian views. On Owen’s theological engagement, Crawford Gribben assessed the Socinian threat as a gift to Owen for drawing “attention to the ambiguity of the boundaries of orthodoxy

  • Nontrinitarianism Vs Sabellianism

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    Sabellianism was the nontrinitarian principle that God the Father, God the Son, and the Holy Spirit were three separate aspects of God. Later declared heretical, Sabellianism and similar theologies established out of the earlier teaching known as Modalistic Monarchianism, with which it was often recognized with. Sabellianism contrasted from classical trinitarianism by that it insisted that the three persons of the Holy Trinity did not form enduring differences, but alternatively performed as means

  • The Place And Time Of Origin Of Judaism

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    The place and time of origin of Judaism was in the Middle East 1500 BC; this religion was formed over several centuries. Christianity was formed in Jerusalem approximately 33 AD. Traditionally, both Judaism and Christianity believe in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, for Jews the God of the Tanakh, for Christians the God of the Old Testament, the creator of the universe. Judaism and major sects of Christianity reject the view that God is entirely immanent and within the world as a physical presence

  • Compare And Contrast Christianity And Buddhism

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    in North America, South America, Europe, and Russia. Christianity is such a huge religion that there are other forms of it. Some of the other forms Christianity are Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Restorationism and Nontrinitarianism, Independent Catholicism, and Minor branches. Although there are many different forms of Christianity, they all share the same values and customs. Some of those customs include the belief that there is one God in three forms, Father, Son and

  • Iglesia Ni Cristo

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    Iglesia ni Cristo Iglesia ni Cristo's first chapelThe Iglesia ni Cristo (also known as INC or Iglesya ni Kristo; Filipino for Church of Christ) is an independent religious organization which originated in the Philippines. The INC was incorporated in the Philippines by Felix Manalo on July 27, 1914; The church professes to be the reestablishment of the original church founded by Jesus and does not accept the doctrine of the Trinity, including the deity of Jesus. The Iglesia ni Cristo's architecture