The Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything.John 14:26 Anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come.Matthew 12:32 For the first time in 1,500 years, the Gospels are no longer contradictory due to the fixing of chapters. The concept of the Trinity is one of the most understood as it relates to Christianity, this is my attempt to demonstrate shared substance in a practical way, so you can conceptualize the Trinity yourself. The term “Son of Man” is used throughout the Bible to refer to Jesus Christ. It is an archaic term, meaning human. In this article I demonstrate how Christ’s role as the “Son of Man” was necessary to fulfill the “Old Law,” in a similar manner to his role as the Lamb of God. God has existed and will exist before and after the English word “Christianity,” so why can’t we identify distinctly Christian figures when they appear in the history of other languages and cultures? This is an attempt to show how Christianity and science are separate unrelated avenues of inquiry. John 21 is an important passage with deep meaning, and this article is an attempt at discovering and analyzing some of that meaning. A theological defense of homosexuality, very rare in the sense it defends homosexuality within the context of Christian theology rather than attempting to avoid it. Tarshish was the source of Solomon’s wealth mentioned regularly throughout the Old Testament, but it’s location is disputed by many – so where was Tarshish? This explains the logic behind why Christians do not follow Old Testament law, how Christ was necessary for that change, and why the Son of God had to die in the first place to fulfill the Old Law.