nature-of-god

  1. Does 1 Corinthians 8:6 prove Unitarianism?

  2. How does "Lead us not into temptation" need to be interpreted?

  3. Given that Mormons believe the father has a physical body, what is the significance of the incarnation?

  4. What is the Biblical basis that God "cannot" act against his nature?

  5. Is the Eastern Orthodox doctrine of "the Monarchy of the Father" consistent with the Athanasian creed?

  6. What is the Biblical basis for the belief that God cannot be manipulated?

  7. What is the Biblical basis for a Heavenly Mother?
  8. How do trinitarians interpret John 8:58?
  9. Is there any difference in meaning between "Holy Spirit" and "Holy Ghost"?
  10. What do the Nicene, Apostles, Chalcedonian, Creeds add to the concept of God, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost that is not found directly in the Bible?
  11. According to Trinitarianism, is Jesus God Almighty?
  12. Is there a hierarchy in the Trinity?

  13. What is the basis for saying Christians and Muslims worship the same God?
  14. In Trinitarian theology who created the world?

  15. Is there any biblical justification for referring to God as Mother?

  16. Trinitarian Christianity and Numbers 23:19 - Was Jesus a man?

  17. How can Jesus be God incarnate in flesh when Numbers 23:19 clearly states that God is not a man

  18. Is God the Son the God of God the Son?

  19. How does one reconcile the changelessness of God with Jesus' incarnation?
  20. John 1:18 - "No one has ever seen God" - How do Trinitarians reconcile this scripture with the belief that the Lord Jesus Christ is God?
  21. Is God the Son's divine nature human?
  22. Does God know me personally?

  23. According to Trinitarian theology of Calvinism, was the Word (2nd person of the Trinity) missing from heaven when He (the Word) incarnated on Earth?
  24. Why is Christianity considered a monotheistic religion?

  25. God's emotions in contrast to his transcendence? (Catholic position)
  26. What is the significance of the name, "The Word"?

  27. How does Christ's hypostatic union affect the temporal nature of the Trinity?

  28. How did these people see God's face? (Catholic perspective)
  29. How does Reformed Theology consider passages that may imply that God is the "subject of sufferings"?
  30. What is the Biblical evidence that there are ONLY three persons in the "Trinity"?
  31. How do Mormons interpret Psalm 110:1 and Matthew 22:41-45?

  32. Did Karl Barth confess an orthodox doctrine of the Trinity?

  33. If jealousy is sin, how can God be jealous?

  34. According to the doctrine of Trinity, was Jesus always co-equal to the Father?
  35. What is the biblical basis for the belief held by Jehovah's Witnesses that Jehovah and Jesus Christ are separate entities?

  36. According to Catholicism, why is the Holy Spirit never spoken of as the Father of Jesus?

  37. What planet do Mormons think God the Father was born on?

  38. Why did God hide away the fact that He had the Son in the Old Testament times?

  39. If Jesus is God, who/where does Jesus pray to?

  40. How does the Swedenborgian Church interpret Psalm 110:1 and Mark 15:34?
  41. Where did the concept of separate races originate?
  42. Why did God make the "Forbidden Fruit" available in Eden?

  43. Why is the Son of God called the Eternal Father in the book of Alma?

  44. In what sense is Jesus understood to be "the only begotten son of God" in LDS teaching?
  45. Does Jesus/God understand uncertainty or sin?

  46. In consideration of Numbers 23:19, can God be a human? (Catholic perspective)

  47. According to open theism, did God know that the crucifixion of Jesus would benefit anyone after him?
  48. Why is it important for people who believe in Trinity that Jesus is God?
  49. Is the Trinity, particularly Jesus, considered Homoousios in spirit only or also in matter?
  50. If Christ is considered the 'Son of God' then how is He a part of a Trinity?
  51. What is the biblical support for the Nicene creed's statement of the Son being "eternally begotten"?
  52. How is the trinity compatible with divine simplicity?
  53. Why did God speak Hebrew?

  54. What is the Biblical basis for disbelief in the doctrine of the Trinity?

  55. If Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) don't believe in a Holy Trinity, then who do they believe is God?

  56. Do Mormons actually believe in any sort of supreme being/ultimate reality/"Absolute"?

  57. Does everything - everything in our heart and every external event- happen according to God's plan? (Catholic)
  58. What is the biblical basis for the belief that God likes or feels affection toward us?
  59. What happens to Jesus when received in a unworthy manner in the Eucharist?
  60. How can the Bible say God was refreshed if he never gets weary?

  61. Does divine simplicity imply that God is identical to his attributes?

  62. According to Reformed theology, does God show special favor to some believers?

  63. Is God's sovereignty a term associated with Reformed theology?
  64. God's free will - biblical and other arguments
  65. Does God tempt Abraham in Genesis 22:1?
  66. What Scripture passages do Latter-day Saints use to refute the Trinity?

  67. Does God sleep?

  68. How can the Son not know what the Father knows?

  69. According to LDS (Mormon) teaching, who was the first God who began the eternal progression?
  70. According to Protestantism why did God choose the persona of a Father?
  71. What is the origin of 'omnipotence' as an attribute of God in the ecumenical councils and other Christian authorities?
  72. Do any Christian denominations believe God can annihilate his creation?
  73. What is the biblical basis for the belief that God loves individuals?
  74. Which Ante-Nicene Church Fathers believed that Jesus is the "eternal Son" of the Father?
  75. Overview of Trichotomous vs Dichotomous views of Man

  76. According to the Catholic Church, why is God called “Father” (and not, say, “Mother”)?

  77. What is the basis of the argument that Open Theism is heretical?

  78. What is meant by "God is Omnipotent"?

  79. How does Catholic doctrine differ from LDS doctrine concerning God the Father?

  80. Does the triune God have will by nature, or by persons?

  81. What is the Biblical basis for divine simplicity?
  82. Under what circumstances does God act on His anger?

  83. What is the biblical basis for the Son of God having NOT been created?
  84. What are the differences between the spirit of God and spirit of Man?
  85. Is there biblical evidence that God knows my unspoken thoughts?

  86. Was it possible for God to be a single person like in Islam and Judaism? Or is the attribute of "Trinity" an essential property of God?

  87. What is the Mormon doctrine regarding becoming a god?
  88. Mormonism doctrine of a flesh & bones God

  89. The lake of fire and the New Jerusalem as two different perspectives of God
  90. What was the explanation for why Catharism identified the Old Testament God as Satan?
  91. Is there a name for the belief that God is not omniscient, but rather is "learning" how to deal with humanity?

  92. How do Christians reconcile the following reasoning?

  93. When did Jesus assume human nature?

  94. In which writing(s) did Augustine assert that God exists outside of time?

  95. What prompted the second century writers to adopt the concept of οὐσία to refer to God's nature?

  96. What is the basis of God's Goodness/Righteousness?

  97. How could Abraham dine with God?
  98. What is the Biblical basis for the doctrine of the Trinity?
  99. Mormonism view on God as a physical being

  100. What is the Biblical basis for believing God is the same throughout the Old and New Testament?