Yesterday I was listening to the Bible Answer Man (Hank Hanegraaf) and the topic was ‘Mormonism’. One of the Mormon’s was asked if they believed in self-existence of Christ. Now, I believe that Christ is NOT self-sufficient, He is fully God, but He is THE SON and is begotten/born of the Father. Born, but not created (i.e. Christ does not have a beginning, He is eternal but He is ‘created’ by the Father, as God’s wisdom or God’s Word). Am I on the right path? I’m preparing a sermon on the Trinity and would like to get as much info as possible on this subject. I know that saying “I don’t believe in self-existence of Christ” sounds heretical, but it appears that NONE of the Person’s in the Trinity are self-existent, except may be the Father, but He could not exist (technically) without the Son, as noone would be able to see Him. Any thoughts/Scriptures would be appreciated. in Christ, Vlad Ps. In case you are wondering, I fully adhere to the Nicene Creed myself, but there are many preachers in my church who hold the ‘Incarnational Sonship’ view, which holds that the Son was not existing as THE SON prior to His incarnation. In their view, He did exist, but not as THE SON. Some Catholics call this view ‘Twinity’. And that’s why I’m interested in this topic at the moment.