Commentary on John 1.15 [1 page]
by John Schoenheit, Mark Graeser, John Lynn rated at 1.4 (6 votes so far)
This verse is occasionally used to support the Trinity because it is assumed that for Jesus to come “before” John he would have had to exist before John. While it is true that the Greek word “before” (protos) can mean “before in time,” it can just as easily be “first,” “chief,” “leader,” etc.
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by Sean Finnegan [59:50]
rated at 4 (out of 3 votes)
Learn about the biblical unitarian trailblazers of the 1500s, including Claude of Savoy, Adam Pastor, and Michael Servetus. Discover how they fearlessly tried to convert Martin Luther and John Calvin. Hear about their heroic lives and, in the case of Servetus, tragic death.