The One True God - Pack Of 50 Tracts
The first Christians, like the Jews before them, were fiercely monotheistic, willing to die horrible martyrs’ deaths in the Coliseum—being slain by gladiators, devoured by wild animals, crucified, or tied to a stake and turned into human torches—rather than concede the existence of any other gods.
The first Christians took God at his word and were willing to stake even their lives on the certainty that there is only one God.
This adamant insistence on monotheism is taken directly from the teaching of the Bible. Thus, in John 17:3 Jesus addresses his Father, saying, "And this is eternal life, that they know you—the only true God."
Despite the clarity of this statement and numerous others concerning the existence of one—and only one—God, some modern groups reject Jesus’ teaching.
Mormons, for example, claim that there is an innumerable multitude of gods and that new gods are being formed all the time.
The proposition that God is one constitutes one of the central tenets in the dogma of the Trinity. This tract show that the Fathers were very clear and united on this important teaching of the Church.
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|Topic||God and Christ|
|Format||Pack of 50 Tracts|