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Is the Father of Jesus alone God Almighty?  [248 pages]
by Danny Dixon vs. Marc Taylor rated at 1.4 (6 votes so far)

An online written debate conducted between August 17, 2010 and October 2, 2010 between Danny André Dixon and Marc Taylor. This debate was hosted by the KingdomReady Blog and as such all comments made by original post readers are included as well. This is the second debate between these two Christians. To read their previous debate, click here.

Debate: A Biblical Unitarian Debate  [55 pages]
by Danny Dixon vs. Marc Taylor rated at 1.9 (9 votes so far)

What follows is a private written debate conducted at the Christian Apologetics Research Ministry website (CARM.org) June 22, 2006 to October 10, 2006 between Trinitarian Marc Taylor and Christian Strict Monotheist Danny Andre' Dixon. The points addressed are limited, but were thorough in the points that were covered. The formal debate allowed approximately 2500 word per constructive or rebuttal presentation, although the disputants did not always use all of their space. The schedule for arguments proceeded as follows:

Unitarian Introduction
Trinitarian Introduction

Unitarian 1st Constructive
Trinitarian 1st Constructive
Unitarian 2nd Constructive
Trinitarian 2nd Constructive
Unitarian 3rd Constructive
Trinitarian 3rd Constructive

Unitarian 1st Rebuttal
Trinitarian 1st Rebuttal
Unitarian 2nd Rebuttal
Trinitarian 2nd Rebuttal

Unitarian Conclusion
Trinitarian Conclusion


The debaters can be reached for comment as follows: Marc Taylor (oceanstar314@yahoo.com), Danny Andre' Dixon (dixonda@gmail.com)



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Is Jesus Called Yahweh in Romans 10.13?
by Jay Dicken [< 1 page]
rated at 1 (out of 5 votes)

Joel 2:32 was also quoted by Peter at Acts 2:21 while preaching to Jews who had not accepted Jesus as the Christ (Messiah). Unlike Peter, Paul was not addressing unbelievers, but Roman Christians. They already understood that ‘calling upon the name of the Lord’ God included accepting Jesus as Lord and Christ. Jesus said that “no one comes to the Father, but by me.” Therefore, one has to call upon Jesus (the name means Yahweh Saves) to call upon Yahweh God. So while there appears to be a blurring of the scriptural application in Romans 10:13, there is no warrant for trinitarian conclusions. -- John 14:6

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