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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    So... according to your statements... The Trinity is ONE person, not three persons. So you are NOT a Trinitarian. Correct?
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    is the Principle of Divinity and thus the whole Magnitude

    Are you able to answer these simple YES or NO questions... 1) Is God the Father the Principle of Divinity? 2) Is God the Son the Principle of Divinity? 3) Is God the Holy Spirit the Principle of Divinity?
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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    So... according to your statements... A triune being is one person, not three persons. Correct?
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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    Okay, I will make it easier. Do you agree with this TRINITARIAN statement? “The only distinction between The Father and The Son is that, The Father is The Father, and The Son is The Son.”
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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    So... is this precise statement True? The only distinction between The Word and Emmanuel is that, The Word is The Word, and Emmanuel is Emmanuel.
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    Since you are claiming I do not understand the difference between "being" and "person"... For the benefit of lurkers... Please post your definitions for “a being” and “a person” here. I define “a being” as “a sentient living thing”. I define “a person” as “a spirit or human being”.
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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    I believe that verse means there is no distinction between the Word and Emmanuel. But you did not say what that verse means to you. So tell me, is this statement True? The only distinction between The Word and Emmanuel is that, The Word is The Word, and Emmanuel is Emmanuel.
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    The Apostle Paul simply said “God” manifest in the flesh. He did NOT say one of three Persons / Subsistences / Suppositas / etc manifest in the flesh. So “God” is the Person who manifest in the flesh. Just to clarify your TRINITARIAN view... Does every mention of “God” below refer to the...
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    Just to clarify your Trinitarian view... Does the word “God” in each of your two statements above refer to the exact same referent?
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    So I believe God DID beget himself as Jesus. Whereas you believe God did NOT beget himself as Jesus. I would like to hear from EVERY TRINITARIAN on this forum... Did God beget himself? Notice the question simply says “God”.
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    NO God The Word in Psalm 33:6.

    You say God the Son is not referred to in Psalm 33:6, so... Just to clarify your TRINITARIAN view... 1) Is God the Father referred to in Psalm 33:6? 2) Is God the Holy Spirit referred to in Psalm 33:6?
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    YES. In reference to God I understand “beget” to mean “manifest in the flesh”. 1 Timothy 3:16... And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up...
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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    John 1 does not mention the name “Emmanuel “. I believe every name of God refers to the same Person, but Trinitarians do not. That is why I am asking... Is this statement True? The only distinction between The Word and Emmanuel is that, The Word is The Word, and Emmanuel is Emmanuel. Please...
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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    So........ Is this statement True? The only distinction between The Word and Emmanuel is that, The Word is The Word, and Emmanuel is Emmanuel.
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    The only distinction between The Father, and The Son is that...

    TRINITARIANS... Is this statement True? The only distinction between The Word and Emmanuel is that, The Word is The Word, and Emmanuel is Emmanuel.
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    Whether The Son is equal to the Father in Greatness?

    But when you say... “The same Essence, which in the Father is paternity, in the Son is filiation.” “Which” would refer to “Essence” rather than “Relation of Essence”. In other words, your statement as written means... Although it is the same Essence, the Essence in the Father is paternity...
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    Whether The Son is equal to the Father in Greatness?

    You have said “Godhead” refers to “life” whereas “God” refers to “the living thing”. In your statement above, does “life” refer to “Godhead”? In other words, does your statement above mean... As The Father hath Godhead/Hypostasis in Himself so hath He given to The Son to hath...
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    He Who proceed receives divine existence from Another

    TRINITARIANS say... So just to clarify your TRINITARIAN view... Is this statement true? One Divine Person receives His existence from another Divine Person. I say NO! By definition, an omnipotent Divine Person would not need to have “received” anything from another.
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    The Spirit of The Lord aka The Holy Spirit is introduced in 3:17.

    Okay.. but are you able to answer the questions from the original post... Concerning 2 Corinthians 3:17... Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. 1) Is this true or false? (I say false.) “The Spirit” is not “that Spirit”. 2) Is this true or false...
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    If you do NOT believe in the Trinity are you saved???? Yes or no?

    I agree! But just to clarify our views... Is the Word the same Person as the Mighty One, Yahweh? Here is the context of the term... Isaiah 33:21 LSB... But there the Mighty One, Yahweh, will be for us A place of rivers and wide canals On which no boat with oars will go, And on which no...
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