Christadelphian eJournal of Biblical Interpretation

But you must continue in the things which you have learned and been assured of, Knowing from whom you have learned them.

WRESTED SCRIPTURE

Christian churches interpret the Scriptures in line with the traditional approaches developed by the Church fathers. The main error of the Fathers was the Doctrine of the Trinity. In a selection of downloads, we here present the interpretation of those passages in the Bible that are mis-used by Trinitarians to support this doctrine.


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Hebrews and Pre-Existence - Creating the Heavens and the Earth This article will examine the interpretation of Heb 1:10-12 and, after dismissing current interpretations, present a new reading. A corollary of the study is that it is shown that the text does not presuppose the pre-existence of the Son

Making the World Jesus as Creator? In this article, the exegetical question is: how can Jesus be said to be the one through whom the world was made (John 1:10).

John 1:3-4 This paper answers a question raised by John 1:3-4: "All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men". What was made by the Word?

John 1:1-14 John 1:1-14 is traditionally used to support the Doctrine of the Trinity and the Deity of Christ. This article looks at the typological and intertextual links between this passage and other Scripture in order to show that the opening verses of John teach that Jesus was a manifestation of God his father and not God the Son as Trinitarians claim.

Psalm 82 in the Fourth Gospel This article examines the charge of equality with God directed at Jesus in John 10

Manifestation or Incarnation? The title of this essay poses the question: Is Jesus a manifestation of God the Father or the incarnation of God the Son?

Jewish Monotheism in the First century What was Jewish monotheism in the first century? Is this different from the monotheism in the Hebrew Scriptures? Does Christian belief about Jesus change either or both of these two belief systems such that Christianity should be seen as different in its monotheism?




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