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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    Actually I wanted to see how you would answer the question? I already know the answer even though some the scholars above, "deemed" it too hard to know for sure. Read Judges 2:1-5, I will only quote vs1, "Now the angel of the Lord came up from Gilgal to Bochim, And HE said, "I brought you out of...
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    Where does it say Jesus at Jude 5, it says "the Lord." And btw, Jude is referencing Exodus 12:51, "And it came about on that same day that the Lord brought the sons of Israel out of the land of Egypt by their hosts." It says "the Lord" in this verse as well, who is the Lord that is being...
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    Yes, God was manifested in the flesh because Jesus is God in the flesh, John 1:14. Having said that what person within the Godhead manifested himself in the flesh according to the Apostle Paul at 1 Timothy 3:16? In this verse it says, "He who was revealed in the flesh." It has to be the person...
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    No, you don't understand, period. If you understood would not ask me the same question I'm asking you. The definition of begotten: "An adjective, begotten is the past participle of the verb beget, which means TO FATHER OR PRODUCE AS OFFSPRING. So, if the Father begot His one and only Son that...
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    There are some here that insist that God is only one person?

    They begin with the assumption that God is only One person. Yahchristian and Oneness Pentecostals to name a couple. So here is my question, did God beget himself? If He does this would mean that Yeshua becomes his own father, which destroys the notion that the Father and Son are distinct persons...
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    In The Beggining

    So what is the nature of the Father and of the Son have? What their spirtual nature? In Him, james
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    In The Beggining

    You do! You already believe that God the Father is Almighty God and Jesus is just "a god" so how can they both have the same nature as you say? You should read Matthew 1:20-23 as well. IN GOD THE SON, james
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    In The Beggining

    Correct, Jesus had a mortal mother which makes Him human, but Jesus also had an immortal Father, tell me what is His nature? Please tell me, how do you interpret Matthew 1:20-23 IN GOD THE SON, james
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    In The Beggining

    No, I'm asking you? Is this your way of "copping" out because your understanding of Proverbs 8:22 does not conform orthodox Biblical theology. Now, you said, "Jesus is Gods son, not God." Why have you not noticed that Jesus on numerous occasions referred to Himself as (1) The Son of God and (2)...
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    In The Beggining

    Wait a minute there son! The following is an explicit and clear statement that needs no "eisegesis/reading" into the text to introduce one's own presuppositions, agendas or biases. To wit: "Isaiah 44:24, "Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer, and the one who formed you from the womb. I, the Lord...
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    In The Beggining

    No one caused the action for the Word to create and I can prove it. Isaiah 44:24, "Thus says the Lord, your Redeemer, and the one who formed you from the womb. I, the Lord, am the maker of all things. Stretching out the heavens BY MYSELF, And spreading out the earth ALL ALONE." Sinc this is...
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    In The Beggining

    I gave you the dictionary definition with two examples, so refute it! Forget about you cannot be that person if your that person. Just refute the definition of "with?" IN HIM, james
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    In The Beggining

    With, a preposition. 1. accompanied by (another person or thing). " a nice steak WITH a bottle of red wine." Or, "and the Word was with God." If your "with" someone you can't be that someone. This common sense according to the rules of grammar. Moreover, look at John 1:2. "He was in the...
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    In The Beggining

    You could not be more wrong and I can prove it using your own words. You said, "Also it has been proven many times the him who is the creator at vs 4 can not be Jesus and that leaves only the Father as being the him." John 1:4, "In Him was life, and the life was the light of men." If the "Him"...
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    In The Beggining

    You really do not think things through Nathan. For example, you said, " It says in the beginning was the Word and not before the beginning was the Word." Ok, fine, please tell us all here from John 1:3 whether all things came into being by Him and without Him nothing came into being that has...
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    Why do you guys worship Jesus as a god.

    Well let me ask you this question? Is it possible for God to become a man? I ask because angels are spirit beings and God used them to take the form of men. Genesis 18 is a very good example. Since this is true why can't God manifest Himself as a man, which He did in the person of His Son...
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    Why do you guys worship Jesus as a god.

    Actually you have the cart before the horse. What do I mean? Your quoting Acts 2:36 thinking that God has made Jesus both Lord and Christ. Luke 2:11 states, "for today in the city of David there has been born for you a Savior, WHO IS Christ the Lord." If you would have bothered to read the...
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    Why do you guys worship Jesus as a god.

    And at John 20:28 Thomas declares to Jesus Christ Himself, "The Lord of me and the God of me." So Nathan, why did not Jesus tell Thomas what He said at vs17 when Thomas showed up later on, vs24? You know, I go to My Father and your Father, and My God and your God? In short, why does Jesus not...
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    In The Beggining

    It's already been explained to you a number of times. Let's try it this way. John 1:3 says, "In Him was life, and the life was the light of men." Can you please tell us who the "Him" is in the verse? Identify this person. In Him, james
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    Testing

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