This is a continuation of the first part of my debate material: OTHER VERSES RELATED TO THE EXTENT OF THE ATONEMENT AND THE NECESSITY OF FAITH TO APPROPRIATE IT “But now apart from the Law the righteousness of God has been manifested, being witnessed by the Law and the Prophets, even the righteousness of […]


I continue from where I left off by providing more proofs that Christ died for all creation: JOHN’S GOSPEL John is quite clear that Jesus came into the world that he created for the express purpose of saving all mankind by the revelation of the Gospel: “ALL THINGS (panta) came into being through Him, and […]


These are the notes for my debate with Matt Slick on the topic of limited atonement. Refuting Matt Slick’s misuse and misinterpretation of Colossians 2:14 Slick’s Interpretation Col. 2:14, “[Jesus] having canceled out the certificate of debt consisting of decrees against us and which was hostile to us; and He has taken it out of […]


In this short post I will cite 2nd century church father and apologist Irenaeus in regards to Mark’s Gospel. Irenaeus was the bishop of Lyons, France, and a disciple of Polycarp, the bishop of Smyrna and a disciple of the apostles including John. Like Polycarp, Irenaeus died as a martyr for his faith in the risen […]


Irenaeus was the bishop of the church in Lyon, France, and was a disciple of the bishop and martyr Polycarp, who was a disciple of the Apostles, especially John. The bishop of France was himself martyred for his faith in the Lord Jesus. Here are a few snippets from his writings where he bears witness […]

Irenaeus and John, the disciple of the Lord

The following is taken from Irenaeus and John, the disciple of the Lord. I post this here for the benefit of others and in order to insure that such an important refutation to Evangelical NT scholar Richard Bauckham’s claim that the John who wrote the Gospel was someone other than the Apostle doesn’t disappear from the web. […]

Ante-Nicene Witness to Jesus’ Deity

The following citations are taken from A Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs, Hendrickson Publishers, Massachusetts, 1998, edited by David W. Bercot, unless noted otherwise. All bold and capital emphasis is mine, unless noted otherwise. JUSTIN MARTYR Before proceeding, we want to make mention of the fact that in our first rebuttal we had quoted Justin regarding […]

The Son Who is Exactly Like the Father

The Hebrew Bible emphatically testifies that there is no heavenly being, no other god, that is comparable to Yahweh, and none among them that can do what the only true God does in the way that he does it: “Who is like You, O LORD, among the gods? Who is like You, glorious in holiness, […]

Quran’s Multiple Creators: More Proof of Islam’s Triadic Deity

The Muslim scripture describes Allah as the Creators of all things: Is it ye who create it, or are We the Creators (nahnu al-khaliqoona)? S. 56:59 Y. Ali I am going to show that this isn’t merely a case of plural of intensification or majestic plural. Rather, the plural description is employed precisely because Allah […]

Amazing Facts: The Trinity

The following is taken from Amazing Facts: Capital emphasis will be mine. An Amazing Fact Science tells us that light is constituted of three primary rays, or groups of wavelengths. Clearly distinct from each other, none of them without the others could be light. Each ray has its own separate function. The first originates, the […]