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Holiness: Part 4

by Vijay Chandra HOLINESS IN THE NEW TESTAMENT.   The New Testament underscores all the Old Testament teaches on holiness. It further develops a greater emphasis, however, on the themes of holy Trinity and holy ‘saints’. Now holiness is often … Continue reading

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Holiness: Part 3

by Vijay Chandra HOLINESS IN BIBLE: SET APART In the Old Testament, holiness is spoken of primarily in relation to God. “THE LORD our God is holy” (Psalm 99:9). Holiness is God’s very nature—the very foundation of His being. Thrice, … Continue reading

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Holiness: Part 2

by Vijay Chandra Introduction: THERE is a simple yet most profound word which occurs hundreds of times in the Bible. In this article we will survey how the word ‘holiness’ is used. For instance, we see it in Genesis as … Continue reading

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The Subject of Holiness or the Holiness of God

by Vijay Chandra   Introduction: It is a simple, statistical fact that ‘holy’ is the epithet applied to God more frequently in the Scripture than any other. Jesus calls him ‘Holy Father’ and teaches us to pray as our first … Continue reading

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Jehovah’s Ruler from Bethlehem-Judah (Micah 5:1-9)

by Vijay Chandra Introduction: Micah 4-5 contains some remarkable prophecies of salvation. First, from Babylon Jehovah promises deliverance and redemption. Notice how the prophet stresses “there” in Micah 4:10, “there you will be rescued”–there the LORD will redeem you from … Continue reading

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The Atonement of Jesus Christ

by Vijay Chandra Introduction: The most important and significant event in history was the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Most people know that Jesus was crucified almost 2,000 years ago in Palestine. Many people even have a vague idea regarding the … Continue reading

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Two Natures—One Person: The Unipersonality of Christ.

By Vijay Chandra After noting how the orthodox statement of Chalcedon beautifully and succinctly defends the doctrine of two natures in one person, we need to examine and analyze some of the Chalcedonian propositions more closely. This examination will involve … Continue reading

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The Hypostatic Union

by Vijay Chandra   The Bible teaches that the Christ is both God and man. Proving the deity and the genuine humanity of the Mediator is not difficult. Therefore, we should not be surprised to find that the church has … Continue reading

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The Biblical View of Incarnation, Part 2

THE PURPOSE OF INCARNATION [THE SALVATION OF THE MANY]: BIBLICAL AND APOLOGETICAL DEFENSE OF THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST by Vijay Chandra The Bible teaches that the reason that the Son came into the world was to save sinners (1Timothy 1:15). … Continue reading

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The Biblical View of Incarnation, Part One

by Vijay Chandra Introduction. When we speak of Christianity (or the true gospel!) we must not only examine and understand what Jesus did but also who he was and is. He is not just a prophet or good man. But … Continue reading

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