Commentary on 1 Timothy 3.16 [3 pages]
by Sean Finnegan rated at 2.6 (9 votes so far)
1 Tim. 3:16 is analyzed in detail with reference to standard scholarly resources in order to determine whether or not the text originally read "God was manifested in the flesh" or "He who was manifested in the flesh." The latter reading is defended.
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Talking with Jesus
by John Cortright [56:19]
rated at 1.9 (out of 7 votes)
Should we pray to Jesus? John Cortright establishes that Jesus, though not physically present, can hear us and communicate as well through the spirit. We can offer thanksgiving to Jesus though prayer is to be directed to God the Father in the name of Jesus Christ.