Yahushua a [mere] man
When we affirm this fact, we are stating that he had a single nature, which was 100% human. The Bible does not speak about a dual nature Christ, fully divine and fully human. Such teaching is nonsensical, which Trinitarians and Oneness believers promote. WLC has freed itself from these falsehoods. Yahushua was a mere man up to his death. But after Yahuwah raised him from death, He elevated him above all angels and made Him second to Him alone. Such glorification was because he perfectly fulfilled Yahuwah's intent for humanity. Placing our complete trust in this Christ will avail us eternal life. The dual nature christ does not exist anywhere, and those who trust this non-existent [fictional] christ will forfeit their claim to eternal life. Click here to enjoy listening to this lecture on this subject by Bill Schlegel.

Winds of Doctrine

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Have Christians Discovered the Doctrine of the Trinity in the Shema Prayer?
Does the Shema support the Trinity doctrine?
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Reasons That Yahushua Is Not in Proverbs 8
How are we to understand the following? "Wisdom” says: “Yahuwah possessed me at the beginning of his work, the first of his acts of old. Ages ago I was set up, at the first, before the beginning of the earth. When there were no depths I was brought forth"?
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If Yahushua Is Yahuwah, What Does This Say About Yahuwah?
"Hear, O Israel! Yahuwah our Elohim, Yahuwah is one." (Mark 12:29)
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Beyond Reason
To surrender to logical nonsense is the hallmark of deception as experienced by Eve. I am referring to the proposition that Yahuwah is one and three at the same time. If the Father is Yahuwah and Yahushua is also Yahuwah that makes two Yahuwahs. But the Bible asserts that there is only one Yahuwah.
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The Kingdom of Yahuwah Is Like a Traffic Light: A Personal Story
Red Light, Green Light, Yellow Light: The Kingdom of Yahuwah is like a Traffic Light!
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''Absent from the body and present with the Lord''
2 Cor. 5:8 is commonly used to teach that at death a Christian transcends this world to be with Yahushua in a bodiless state. But a bodiless state is definitely not what Paul desires. Paul points instead to the new body, an immortal body, a pneumatic body which we “will be clothed upon with our house which is from heaven.”
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Which Stream Are You Drinking From?
As we seek to preserve our theological purity, we may be unaware of the influence on our beliefs of ancient Greek philosophy. Could it be that our beliefs, and those of the great reformers, and even those of the first post-biblical “Church Fathers,” are more polluted than we know?
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The Trinity
I am one of those people who do not believe that the Trinity is the truth. I am going to try to convince you that you should not believe the Trinity, because it is not true. (by Casey Hixon, 12 years old)
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The Baptism of Yahushua and the Doctrine of the Trinity: A Study of Mark 1:9-11
“It was at this time that Yahushua came from Nazareth in Galilee and was baptized in the Jordan River by John. And at once, as he was coming up out of the water, he saw the heavens torn apart and the Spirit, like a dove, descending on him. And a voice came from heaven, ‘You are my Son, the Beloved; my favor rests on you’” (Mark 1:9-11, New Jerusalem Bible).
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The ''Word'' in Isaiah: A Key to New Testament Understanding
To understand John's gospel in the New Testament,  we must understand the Hebrew background of the "word" in the Old Testament.
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Did Isaiah Really See Yahushua?
Did Isaiah, the greatest and most eloquent of the Hebrew writing prophets, see Yahushua in his lifetime as we read in John 12:41 in the New Jerusalem Bible?
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Some Thoughts on the History of the Trinity
The Trinity is a product of Greek philosophy. It cannot be substantiated by Scripture.
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The First Verse of the Gospel of John
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” ...What does this mean? Find out from a BIBLICAL perspective!
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Keep It Simple
Do you agree with Yahushua or is your loyalty to tradition? Christians must, by definition, have the same creed as Christ!
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Losing Luke and Jumping to John
The most important question to be asked in relation to the Son of Yahuwah is about his origin. Where did he come from, how and when? There is a yawning chasm of difference between a person who has existed for eternity as eternal Yahuwah, before appearing as a human being, and one who begins to exist in the womb of his mother. A genuine human being must, by definition, begin to exist in his mother’s womb!
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Matthew 24: Post-Tribulation Rapture!
During the Tribulation things will get so bad that many people will think it's time for Christ to come, especially the Church people who were taught that He was supposed to come before the Tribulation. They're going to wait and expect to see Him come any day!
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Why We Believe in a Post-Tribulation Rapture
Nineteen reasons to reject the pre-tribulation rapture doctrine!
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The Struggle of Scholars to Find the Triune God
Debunking the "Trinity" Doctrine: Theological literature and particularly evangelical apologetic writing in support of the Trinity attempts to make its case against an increasing volume of opposition from solid exegetical and lexical fact and the historical examination of the Bible.
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How Plato Influenced Our View of Yahuwah
Many Christians sitting in the pew believe that their view of Yahuwah is derived solely from the Bible. They would never suspect, however, that the roots of their belief in a triune God comes, not from Scripture, but from Greek philosophy.
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Christianity’s Platonic Heaven
The early Christian church was heavily influenced by Plato, and the effects of Plato’s teaching can still be seen within Christianity today. This is particularly true when it comes to the topic of heaven.
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