Adonai and Adoni (Psalm 110:1) [2 pages]
by Anthony Buzzard rated at 1.8 (7 votes so far)
The Messiah is called adoni (my lord) and in every one of its 195 occurrences adoni (my lord) means a superior who is not God. Adonai on the other hand refers exclusively to the One God in all of its 449 occurrences. Adonai is the title of Deity and adoni never designates Deity.
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Debate: On The Narrow Mind Call-In Show
by Dan Mages & Patrick Navas vs. Gene Cook [119:48]
rated at 2.9 (out of 16 votes)
Dan Mages and Patrick Navas engage Gene Cook (the DJ) on the Trinity. Both sides do a fine job of talking about the reasons why they hold to their positions.