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The Sons of Israel or the Sons of God? (Deuteronomy 32:8)

We’re working our way through Michael Heiser’s Logos Mobile Ed Course The Jewish Trinity (other posts). One major step in Heiser’s argument is in explaining that the Old Testament teaches a council made up of Yahweh and other elohim, otherwise known as the divine council. It may be surprising to many that such an idea is found in the Scriptures, but for Heiser this neglected truth can assist in Jewish evangelism. Recognizing divine plurality in the OT helps clear the ground for plurality within YHWH Himself.

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How Do I Respond to a Jewish Objection to the Trinity?

Central to Judaism is monotheism: the belief in only one God. Christians claim to hold this belief too, but sometimes are accused of inconsistency with our doctrine of the Trinity. Can God be one but three? However, what if the Old Testament itself teaches divine plurality?

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The Jewish Trinity?

mobile-ed-ot291-the-jewish-trinity-how-the-old-testament-reveals-the-christian-godheadI’m beginning a review series on Michael Heiser’s The Jewish Trinity Mobile Ed course. This is my second course so far, but I reviewed the first as an overview of Mobile Ed itself. With The Jewish Trinity, I will focus more on the content as I work through it.

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Another Take on Ehrman’s “Divine Humans” by Michael Heiser

How Jesus Became GodRather than continuing on with the next chapter in How Jesus Became God, I want to share another way of responding to Ehrman’s argument of how divine humans in the OT and inter-testamental language provide a conceptual background for the early Christian teaching about of Jesus’s “deity”; but one that is far different from orthodox Christianity.

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