"Visible" in the Word and World?
Many Christians can't understand, much less defend, the "Trinity." Yet that is exactly how the Bible presents God. Genesis 1:1 states, "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." The word used for "God" in this statement is the Hebrew word elohim, which literally means "gods." It occurs 2,500 times in the Old Testament. Though a single noun is available, the plural form is nearly always used for God. And, in violation of grammatical rules, with few exceptions singular verbs and pronouns are used with this plural noun. Why?
Distilled from chapters in Dave Hunt's books and newsletter articles on pivotal issues, these eight-panel, black-and-white tracts were created because of the frequency of reader inquiry.
Packet of 10.
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