In part 3 of this essay, we examine the biblical and theological arguments against the view that Jesus is eternally the Son. In examining these proof texts we find them insufficient to disprove the truth that there is an eternal authority structure in the Godhead.
In part of this essay, we examine theological reasons and biblical support for the view that Jesus is eternally the Son. Through an inspection of the carefully chosen wording and titles used in the New Testament, we can see more clearly support for this vital doctrine.
This is part 1 of a series on the debate surrounding whether or not Jesus is eternally the Son and submissive to the Father, or if this only happened in the incarnation. This post serves to introduce the topic and terminology.