AUDIO: “Only Begotten” or “One and Only”? Why it Makes a Difference

In this audio from Tuesday, December 3rd, Paul takes us through the Gospel of John and the First Epistle of John to show:

  1. “Only begotten” is not a reference to the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, but to His eternal generation by the Father;
  2. All modern Bible translations have changed “only begotten” to “one and only” or “only Son,” which inadvertently obscures the deity of Jesus Christ
“Only Begotten” or “One and Only”? Why it makes a difference – Part One
“Only Begotten” or “One and Only”? Why it makes a difference – Part Two

Charles Lee Irons: Let’s Go Back to ‘Only Begotten’


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