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The name of God
Lord of hosts or lord of ghosts?
Who is Melchizedek?
If the Father were the same as Jehovah...
A ministry of stones
Torah & Koran
Old and New Creation
Angels, friends or enemies?
Baptism and circumcision
The Sabbath
The Holy Spirit
What is the use of OT nowadays?
The mystery of God
The impartial God Father
The true God is love
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Institute of Advanced Biblical Researches
 

The objective of this site is to demonstrate that only Jesus is the true God and eternal life (1 John 5:20). The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the devil's work of lies and to show all the truth.

Is Jehovah (Yahweh), made known by Moses in the Old Testament (OT), the same person as the God Father introduced by Jesus in the New Testament (NT)? If they are the same person, why do they reveal so different personalities? What do the Gnostic theologians from 2nd and 3rd centuries thought about this?

Is there agreement between the violence and racial discrimination typical from OT with the love and impartiality existent in the NT? Why did Old Testament's law bring condemnation to men instead of salvation?

Why did Jesus disappointed the religious Jews that expected for a warrior Messiah, which would be able to set them free from roman's yoke and would dominate the nations with an iron rod? Which is the mystery of God our Father?

Which is the function of angels in relation to the men and to God? Who is Melchizedek? Why is he a so bizarre being?

Polemical questions like these are commented in this website. Here you will be led to understand why the behavior of Jehovah in the OT is so different in relation to the Father in the NT.


Originality and not fashionable approaches
 

We can have inflexible paradigms that must be broken. We must not be afraid of thinking different from others.

We should not trust on multitudes simply because they are majority. The voice of most of people is not necessarily the voice of God.

The crowd of Jews, including high priests and teachers of law, preferred Barabbas instead of Jesus Christ (Mark 15:15). In order to satisfy the crowd, Pilate released Barabbas and handed Jesus over to be crucified.

Thousands of Roman Catholic Christians from Europe fought against Muslins at bloody Crusades on the pretext of establishing the kingdom of God.

Multitudes of Christians approved the torture and execution of supposed heretics during Inquisition. They had been instigated by ecclesiastical people for alleged religious ends.

Jesus said that many enter through the wide gate and walk in the broad road that leads to destruction (Matthew 7:13), but the road that leads to life is narrow and only a few find it (Matthew 7:14).


The god of this age that has blinded the minds of millions creatures, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 4:4).

But Jesus said in John 8:32... "You will know the truth and the truth will set you free". He came to shine on those living in darkness and in the shadow of death (Luke 1:37).