Joel Hemphill

Trumpet Call Books



Jesus Is A Man

Is Jesus Equal In
Authority With God?

For More On The
Important Subject Of God

Who is the Creator

Understanding John Chapter 1

God Himself is Coming

What Noted Trinitarian
Scholars Have Said

A Letter to a
"Oneness" Preacher

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(Pages In German)

Mistaken Greek Philosophy

Does Jesus Have a God?

Facing the Truth...
Doctrine of the Trinity

What About Emmanuel?

Can You Face Reality

Can You Face Reality
in Telugu

Shocking Admissins
in Telugu

Trinitarian Scholar
Dr. Cyril C. Richardson
on The Doctrine of
The Trinity

To God Be The Glory excerpts

Answering Questions

Excerpts from
Professor James Dunn

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Professor James Dunn, a Trinitarian scholar says in his book “Christology In The Making,”

“We cannot claim that Jesus believed himself to be the incarnate Son of God” (p. 254).

“In Matthew and Luke Jesus’ divine sonship is traced back specifically to his birth or conception: he was Son of God because his conception was an act of creative power by the Holy Spirit” (p. 51).

“It is less likely that we can find such a Christology (‘incarnation or pre-existence’) in Paul or Mark, or Luke or Matthew” (p. 64).

“Only in the Fourth Gospel can we speak of a doctrine of the incarnation” (p. 259).

My contention is, that if Jesus, Paul, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and Peter knew nothing of a pre-existence and incarnation, it did not happen! John has been mis-understood! (Its what God said that became flesh).

Listen to James Hastings, a noted Trinitarian Bible Scholar, “It may be that St. Paul nowhere names Christ ‘God.’ To a Jew the idea that a man might come to be God would have been an intolerable blasphemy” (Hastings Dictionary of the Bible: 1994; p. 707-708).


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