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Our Lord's God

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You are a POLYTHEIST.

Really?

Well now, please do explain to us all how recognizing and serving only Jesus Christ's God amounts to polytheism?

and if there is ONLY ONE GOD

The Lord Jesus Christ's God.

then there is ONLY ONE LORD.

No there are two Lords, two Kyrioi in existence.

Just like there were two in the days of King David - (1) God, and (2) King David the Lord of Israel.

For Israel, there was one God, Yahweh, and one Lord, King David.

It's there in your Bible. Don't you ever read it?

but you have 2 lords-

I served one of these two, the one the Lord God appointed for me to serve.

I know, it's beyond you.

CONTRADICTIONS are self evident. Your theology is full of them.

You cannot have two lords if the bible says there is only One Lord.

No it does not.

The Bible says there are many Lords. It also calls many identities Lord. But that is beyond you too.
 
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guest1

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Really?

Well now, please do explain to us all how recognizing and serving only Jesus Christ's God amounts to polytheism?



The Lord Jesus Christ's God.



No there are two Lords, two Kyrioi in existence.

Just like there were two in the days of King David - (1) God, and (2) King David the Lord of Israel.

It's there in your Bible. Don't you ever read it?



I served one of these two, the one the Lord God appointed for me to serve.

I know, it's beyond you.



No it does not.

The Bible says there are many Lords. It also calls many identities Lord. But that is beyond you too.
No you said the Father is Lord which is one
And Jesus is Lord which makes 2

1 plus 1 equals 2- you are a polytheist
 

Our Lord's God

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No Lord is God in both Testaments.

No, you are quite mistaken. The Bible does not claim there is only one Kyrios in existence.

David was Israel's Lord.

Read your Bible again.

The word in question at 1 Corinthians 8:6 is KYRIOS.

The God of Israel was KYRIOS - "Lord." King David was KYRIOS, the Lord of Israel.

"Thus may the Lord, the God of my Lord the King, say. 37 As the Lord has been with my Lord the King, so may He be with Solomon, and make his throne greater than the throne of my Lord King David!”.... 43 But Jonathan replied to Adonijah, “No! Our lord King David has made Solomon king.

How many Lords there?

In the above, does the Lord of Israel have a God?

Polytheism
 
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guest1

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No, you are quite mistaken. The Bible does not claim there is only one Kyrios in existence.

David was Israel's Lord.

Read your Bible again.

The word in question at 1 Corinthians 8:6 is KYRIOS.

The God of Israel was KYRIOS - "Lord." King David was KYRIOS, the Lord of Israel.

"Thus may the Lord, the God of my Lord the King, say. 37 As the Lord has been with my Lord the King, so may He be with Solomon, and make his throne greater than the throne of my Lord King David!”.... 43 But Jonathan replied to Adonijah, “No! Our lord King David has made Solomon king.

How many Lords there?

In the above, does the Lord of Israel have a God?
Was David the Lord who created the heavens and the earth ?

Try again poly

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Our Lord's God

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Does one God the father mean Christ is not God

No, it means Paul is telling us we have one of these, one God who is the Father.

Paul is not telling anyone here that only one God exists. That is not his point and that truth is stated elsewhere. Rather, he stating that Christians have one of these (one God) and one of those (one Lord).

We know he cannot be telling us there is only one Lord/Kyrios in existence since the Bible refers to many individuals as Lord/Kyrios including Paul himself.

if so then one lord Jesus Christ means the Father is not lord

No, it means that Christians also have one of these in addition to the one God.

For us who believe there is:

one of these - one God the Father
and as well
one of these - one Lord Jesus Christ
1 + 1 = 2
One of these and one of those

in contrast to those who have many Gods plus many Lords (verse 5)

That little game didn't work out too well for ya did it?
 
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TomFL

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Does one God the father mean Christ is not God


if so then one lord Jesus Christ means the Father is not lord
 

Our Lord's God

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Does one God the father mean Christ is not God


if so then one lord Jesus Christ means the Father is not lord

Yeah, sorry but that goofy Trinitarian game is not going to work for you here today.

Paul isn't here telling us there is only one God in existence. That is not his point here.
And he isn't telling us there is only one Lord in existence. That is obviously not his point here either since the Bible refers to many different Lords.

He is saying we have one God and in addition to that one God we also have one Lord.

The one God Paul mentions in this verse is the God of this one Lord which he mentions. Paul also tells who the God of this one Lord is but it does not appear you care to know.
 
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TomFL

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Yeah, sorry but that goofy Trinitarian game is not going to work for you here today.

Paul isn't here telling us there is only one God in existence. That is not his point here.
And he isn't telling us there is only one Lord in existence. That is obviously not his point here either since the Bible refers to many different Lords.

He is saying we have one God and in addition to that one God we also have one Lord.

He also tells who the God of this one Lord is but it does not appear you care to know.

Goofy games have been your speciality

However

the verse was saying for them there is but one God and one Lord

God being the Father

Christ being the lord

So was Christ their only Lord
 
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guest1

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Goofy games have been your speciality

However

the verse was saying for them there is but one God and one Lord

God being the Father

Christ being the lord

So was Christ their only Lord
Miss evasion has trouble answering direct questions.
 
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TomFL

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Who was Israel's Lord in the days of King David?
You are running from the question

the verse was saying for them there is but one God and one Lord

God being the Father

Christ being the lord

So was Christ their only Lord ?

Answer the question and don't divert
 
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