Excerpt from “Questions and Answers NO. 1 Gathered from the Question Corner of the Department of the Signs of the Times”

Excerpt from “Questions and Answers NO. 1 Gathered from the Question Corner of the Department of the Signs of the Times”

By Milton C. Wilcox, Pacific Press 1911
As the title suggest, the book “Questions and Answers” published in 1911, contain a total of 270 questions gathered from the “Question Corner of the Department of the Signs of the Time” and answers them accordingly, authored by M.C. Wilcox. Below is an excerpt taken from pages 180 to 182, with questions #186 and #187 dealing with the subject of the Holy Spirit.

Heavenly Trio in a Nutshell

Heavenly Trio in a Nutshell

Article by Paul Chung
She published "three living persons" twice in 1906. One was in a periodical (The Bible Training School) and the other in a pamphlet (Testimonies for the Church Containing Messages of Warning and Instruction to Seventh-day Adventists) and four times in subsequent publications. She never published "three living personalities". People today are trying to act as if she did not control her own 1906 publications and are promoting a conspiracy theory that the "three living persons" quote is a corruption. Their theory has no credibility and the evidence is against them. 

James White, George Butler, Uriah Smith and Ellen White on the Doxology

James White, George Butler, Uriah Smith and Ellen White on the Doxology

Article by Jason Smith
Here recently I have been privileged to interact with a leading brother who believes in God the Father and His pre-incarnate only begotten Son. While we discussed many interesting things I noted, during our conversation, that he seemed to have a bit of disdain for the doxology. And here on facebook, just a few days ago, another brother issued this interesting response to an EGW quote that positively referenced the doxology.

Understanding the Word, "Godhead"

Understanding the Word, "Godhead"

Article by Mihaela Williams
In discovering and studying the truth about the Father and Son, I also discovered that I was taking certain terms and concepts for granted just because I had heard them or read them so many times that they were now ingrained in my mind with a certain meaning. One of those terms was the word “Godhead.”

Holy Spirit has a Distinct Personality-A Statement re-examined

Holy Spirit has a Distinct Personality-A Statement re-examined

Article by Paul Chung
This article re-examines the personhood and the identity of the Holy Spirit which often been portrayed by the use of the noted statement, "The Holy Spirit is the Comforter, in Christ’s name. HE PERSONIFIES CHRIST, YET IS A DISTINCT PERSONALITY. We may have the Holy Spirit if we ask for it and make it [a] habit to turn to and trust in God rather than in any finite human agent who may make mistakes. {20MR 324.2}

Is Jesus the Lord God Almighty?

Is Jesus the Lord God Almighty?

Article by Jason Smith
Is Jesus Christ the Almighty God or is He a lesser God?  The article contains very useful information, especially for the SDA anti/non-trinitarians. Just as we point out areas where our SDA trinitarian brothers and sisters are neglecting inspiration the exact same thing can be said of us. 

The holy Spirit is the Spirit of God and Spirit of Christ

The holy Spirit is the Spirit of God and Spirit of Christ

Article by Jason Smith
The Biblical data completely repudiates the idea that the holy Spirit is not the Spirit of God and Spirit of Christ. While we understand from sister White that the holy Spirit is the 3rd Person of the Godhead, a conscious, distinct personality outside of the tangible forms of Father and Son, It is still the actual Spirit of God and His Son. Any doctrine that says otherwise does not pass the test of inspiration.

What is the Doctrine of the Trinity? Part 1

What is the Doctrine of the Trinity? Part 1

Article by Jason Smith
Approximately 2 weeks ago I received a request from one of the brothers asking for help on behalf of some of the non-trinitarian brethren. This request happened because a pastor gave them a formal letter notifying them that a church board meeting had been called to discuss church discipline against them for the following two reasons: