Sunday Terminology: Polytheism


Polytheism: The English equivalent of the Greek word meaning πολυς and θεος is, many god(s).  This is the belief system that teaches there are more than one God. A plurality of distinct and separate deities or a pantheon of gods and goddesses exists. However, polytheists do not necessarily worship all deities equally, but they tend to particularize one god as … Continue reading Sunday Terminology: Polytheism

Comma Johanneum – A Critical Textual Evaluation of 1 John 5:7-8


by Satya Maharjan 1 John 5:5-12 5:7 For three are the ones testifying in the heavens: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit and these three are one. 5:8 And three are the ones testifying in {the} earth: the Spirit and the water and the blood, and {the} three 2in 3the 4one 1are. Only the Textus Receptus contains namely the “Trinitarian Statement” [letters in bold in … Continue reading Comma Johanneum – A Critical Textual Evaluation of 1 John 5:7-8