So who do you use to prove / translate scripture?You are making baseless assertions. You are the one saying that your scholars are using grammar to prove scripture.
Nonsense (Rom 8:30).God never called anyone to be a Christian. If a person decides to call himself a Christian that is his or her business.
Thomas said "the God of me" which infers de facto God, not true God.Now you are making yourself a mind reader. If Thomas is saying that Jesus is God in the passage why do you argue that Jesus is not God?
He is one with his Father, which you disregard.Then you are saying that the ascended Jesus is a God apart from his Father who is the only true God. That is two Gods.
You can't prove anything, as you are full of hubris and don't understand anything of God's divine hierarchy. Neither are you qualified to teach.You are wrong...I have proven that your doctrine is not supported in the scripture. You are teaching that the ascended Jesus is a defacto God apart from the only true God his father. Clearly, you are asserting two Gods.
I don't know the person. If he is teaching you and what you claim are his words then he is not of God.
So Jesus does not figure in your divine hierarchy?I deny a defacto God. Christ being in his father who is God does not make Christ God. If that is the case it means if you are in Christ that makes you Christ.
There is no defacto God to the believer. There is only one God to the believer and that God is the father.
Just so. But Jesus' power is "Jesus's" power, nonetheless. The fact is you have no coherent doctrine respecting Jesus or the Logos: he lies outside your overtly simplistic dogma born of ignorance.All Jesus' power comes from God his father...