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What Does it Mean that Jesus was “Glorified”?

In a comment here, a reader named Duane asked: What do you mean by “the process of glorification”? This article is an edited version of the next few questions and answers in that thread. When Jesus said to Thomas (not

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Is it Right to Call Jesus “Father”?

In a comment posted here, a reader named Duane asked (in an edited version): Why is Jesus never referred to as “the Father,” aside from that Isaiah prophecy? Is it incorrect to call Jesus “Father” or “Abba”? This article is

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Does God Grow and Develop? What about Open Theism?

This is the next installment in a series following up on the article, “How did the Incarnation Change God’s Relationship with Us?” In a comment on that article here, a reader named Seeking to understand said: But let me see

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How did the Incarnation Change God’s Relationship with Us?

In a comment here, a reader named “Seeking to understand” asked some questions about the change in God’s relationship with us from before to after the Incarnation: God “becoming flesh” as Jesus Christ. These questions boiled down to three basic

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If Jesus Christ is the One God, Why Did He Talk and Pray to the Father?

Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) rejected the traditional Christian doctrine of a Trinity of Persons in God (see: “Father, Son, and Holy Spirit”). But, traditional Christians commonly ask, if Jesus and the Father are not different persons of God, then why do the

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