The Father And the Son: Is Jesus God?

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Finally! Very thorough. No stone is left unturned.../b
Want to understand John 1:1? Alpha and Omega? "I AM"? In what way Christ was "begotten" of God? If there is really a Trinity? It is all in this book and so, so, so much more!

Is Jesus God or not? Herein is the information that will settle the debate once and for all. This book systematically lays down a thorough understanding of who Christ really is and in what way he relates to the Father according to the Scriptures as a whole. Then, after showing plainly who Christ is, the book deals with and refutes virtually every argument that has been presented contrary to that understanding by comparing Scripture with Scripture, looking at the Greek and Hebrew, and by referencing the oldest Biblical manuscripts available. This book is a must have for everyone serious about understanding Christian doctrine. Just look at the table of contents!

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As a true God-fearing Christian, Jason Kerrigan gives God the glory for this book. This is the culmination of thousands of hours of study (including studies in the Greek and Hebrew), prayer, fasting, revelation, and perseverance. He believes that there is one God, the Father, and that Jesus Christ is his Son.

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Christ is the Image of God (2Cor.4:4). I could hold up a picture (an image) of myself and say, "This is me." And thus I could also say:
"In my hand is the picture, and the picture is with me and the picture is me."
The picture is not another me, nor is it a part of me, nor is it of the same substance as me, and yet it is still me, but that is only by expression. So also, the Bible says:
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." (John 1:1 KJV)
The Word is not another God, nor is he a part of God, nor is he of the same substance as God, and yet he is still God, but that is only by expression.

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