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Our Pillars

Our Pillars This is going to be a very short study on what the "Milk" of the word is. I'm not going to elaborate on each of the Principle Doctrines of the Milk in this post. I just want to say that it doesn't need to be complicated, yet people make it so. The idea of "Milk" in the New Testament may be generalized depending on the context. I'd be willing to concede that point, and we could look at those places in future studies. But there's another issue at hand that I'm addressing. In mainstream Christianity, you may be under the impression that topics like "God," "Trinity," "Rapture," and "Creation" are all "milk" doctrines. I've heard that sentiment before. The idea by designating those topics as such is that those are "fundamental" and "essential" and "no-brainer" doctrines. Other topics considered "milk" or "fundamentals" are "The Deit

What Becoming a “Biblical Unitarian” Taught Me

What Becoming a “Biblical Unitarian” Taught Me In this post, I’m going to reflect on the last few years of my experience becoming a Biblical Unitarian. Before we do that, I’ll provide some of my background and how I became one to begin with. Confused I became a “Biblical Unitarian” after I read the words of Jesus, who said, “Touch me not; for I am not yet ascended to my Father: but go to my brethren, and say unto them, I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to my God, and your God.”[1] Prior to this, I was a Modalist[2] for about six months. I became a Modalist after I began to investigate a controversy between a former friend and my former “pastor” of a church we’d left in Phoenix. They both believe in the Trinity, they just disagree on some of the language. My conclusion was based on two things: limited availability of Non-Trinitarian literature and other media, and also the fact that I wasn’t ready to explore the idea of Jesus not being God. So, in a way, I limited myself. Be