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    The "One God" of Scripture versus The "One God" of Trinitarianism

    The Trinity is a term describing the God of the Bible, who is One God existing eternally in three distinct Persons: The Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. Although the term “Trinity” is not found in Scripture, it represents the truth of God taught in the Old and New...
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    The "One God" of Scripture versus The "One God" of Trinitarianism

    Hi Ongyo, The answer to your questions are in the link I gave you. See the Scripture References section. :)
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    The "One God" of Scripture versus The "One God" of Trinitarianism

    Hi Ongyo, Trinitarians conclude Jesus is God because the Bible proclaims Him as such: According to Scripture, Jesus is eternal, immutable, omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient, self-existent, and self-sufficient. He also received and accepted worship, forgives sin, is the Father’s one and...
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Hi Brightfame52, God's Word disagrees with what you are claiming. Faith is not a work, lol.
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Hi Newbirth, In John 3:1-21, Jesus told Nicodemus he must be born-again to go to heaven. Nicodemus was confused by Jesus’ statement, thinking he had to re-enter his mother’s womb a second time. In response to Nicodemus’ confusion, Jesus spoke the following words to distinctly differentiate a...
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Hi Newbirth, Correct, belief and salvation precede baptism since Jesus saves through faith, not baptism. Here are a few things for you to consider regarding baptism: The thief on the cross was born-again and with Jesus after he died, yet was not water baptized. Cornelius was born-again...
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Nan, YES and AMEN!
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    The Bible and Divorce

    Hi Truth_Faith2020, The Bible provides two “allowances” for divorce: abandonment by an unsaved spouse and adultery. In such cases, divorce is not commanded or required by God. He simply permits it when all attempts to reconcile fail. Outside of these two specific situations, no other...
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    Did Jesus rise from the dead in the same body He died in?

    Other interesting facts about Jesus' resurrected and glorified body is that: He could consume food (Luke 24:41-43; John 21:12-15a), He could materialize and vanish (John 20:19-20; Luke 24:36-39; John 20:26; Luke 24:30-31) He could be touched (Luke 24:38-40; John 20:24-28; Matthew 28:1; 8-10...
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Hi Thistle, We are not saved by grace through faith in baptism. That contradicts the clear teaching of Scripture on the subject. We are saved by grace (God's GIFT of unmerited favor to us) through faith (by us trusting/believing Jesus Christ for what He did for us on the cross), and not by...
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Hi Thistle, You still did not answer my question, which was, "So, you are trusting in your water baptism for salvation, correct?" Let me phrase it another way, "If you placed your faith in Jesus for your salvation, based upon what He did for you on the cross, but died before you could be...
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Thistle, So, you are trusting in your water baptism for salvation, correct?
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    So, are you saying you attend a non-denominational Christian church and most closely associate yourself with that "denomination" in your beliefs?
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    One quick question that I wanted to ask you: What denomination do you most closely associate with or are a member of? I'm just really curious. :)
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    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Hi Thislle, I must agree to disagree with you and call it a day. Blessings! :)
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