“It is quite one of the ‘signs of the times’ that the Godhead is becoming a subject of discussion; and that doctrines connected with the Trinity and the Virgin birth, are considered as open questions, not affecting the standing or faith of a Christian.”
So wrote the author over 100 years. But if that was the case in his day, how would he have reacted to the current state of affairs where, as well as the Virgin Birth being doubted (denied), so too are the resurrection and the deity of Christ.
However, there is another, more fundamental, personal question, which lies beneath all this. That question is: How many of us really know the God whom we worship? Is it not the case with very many that they worship “the unknown god”?
The true knowledge of God can be found only in the Bible and some of the highest revelation of Him is found in three of Paul’s later letters: Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians. However, as Christians become less familiar with the Bible there is a danger that the God they worship becomes the ‘god of their imagination’.
This booklet does much to get us back on tract; back to the Bible and back to knowing the true God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.