This article outlines eleven reasons from Scripture why we need to affirm the deity of Christ.
Is Jesus God? The Watchtower claims that Jesus is not God and that this is what the early church fathers taught also. This article examines the teaching of Ignatius, Polycarp, Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian, Hippolytus, and Origen to show that they believed the deity of Christ.
In this article the author sets out to argue from Scripture the deity of Christ. The author thus refutes in the process the claims of the Jehovah's Witnesses, reflected in their New World Translation of the Christian Greek Scriptures. The author goes on to emphasize the importance of the deity of Christ for the believer.
This article includes a brief history of objections to the deity of Christ, and then the biblical witness to his deity.
Not many Bible texts refer to Jesus directly as "God." In the letters of the apostle Paul, there is a broad testimony to the deity of Christ through numerous occurrences of a God-Christ interchange.
Your eternal destination will be determined by your answer to this question: who do you say Jesus is? The Bible's pointers to the deity of Christ are clear. This article looks at these pointers and objections raised against them. It concludes that Jesus is God, and also shows why believing this is crucial for your eternal destiny.
The author identifies apostasy and moral degeneration as some of the most important signs that a church has ceased to be a church. The author also adds descriptions of what are called cultic churches, whose confessions may go against the faithful traditional confessions of the church as defined by the Word.