On August 6, 2016, we’ll set sail from Seattle, Washington for seven days aboard Holland America’s ms Westerdam. We’re planning a voyage you will never forget. It is specifically designed for those who care to represent Christ to a world looking for answers to life’s toughest questions.
Our plan is to challenge you with stimulating presentations, answer your questions in “open forum” discussions and enrich you through interaction and fellowship with expert speakers and fellow passengers. Add to that the stunning splendor of the Alaskan coastline and a seven-day itinerary that includes Juneau, Glacier Bay, Sitka, Ketchikan and Victoria, B.C.
Come join Stand to Reason and our excellent line-up for a memorable spiritual adventure. You’ll enjoy plenty of fun and relaxation, along with ample opportunity to meet our speakers, ask questions, and enjoy each other’s company. If studying Christian subjects with some of the sharpest minds on the planet in the fellowship of other believers of kindred spirit aboard a beautiful ship sailing the Alaskan coastline sounds like your idea of a perfect vacation, this is the trip for you.
You don’t need any prior understanding of the subject matter. Simply bring a desire to learn and an expectation to relax. Everything about this trip is being planned with your enjoyment and enrichment in mind.
Learn more and book online via our cruise information page, or simply contact Inspiration Cruises and Tours at (800) 247-1899. We’re looking forward to seeing you on board!
Sometimes things that confound us have a simple side to them. In a certain sense, this is true with the Trinity. The mystery may be confounding, but the biblical facts on the matter are really not that hard. The only thing required is a clear definition, then a little Bible “kitchen work.” That’s what I’ve provided for you in this month’s Solid Ground.
In part one of The Trinity: A Solution, Not a Problem, I discussed the significance of the Trinity, the problem of the Trinity, the definition of the Trinity, and the alleged contradiction of the Trinity. In this second part, I resolve the question of the deity of Christ (and therefore strengthen the case for the Trinity) by going back to the text, letting God’s Word speak for itself:
My method is simple: provide clear scriptural support for each element that is essential to the definition of the Trinity as it applies to the person of Christ. There are three components. One, there is only one God. Two, Jesus is a distinct person from the Father. Three, Jesus is fully God. We know this because Jesus is called God, He possesses divine attributes, and He exercises divine privileges.