Are there any Trinitarians on this forum who DISAGREE with the following statement?
" Biblican said:
Jesus' person is not God, He is begotten from God and unified with Him through the Holy Spirit which is illustrated in Isaiah 42:1. Jesus is God through His union with God, that is the Biblical Trinity that is supported 100% by the scriptures. "
I disagree although maybe it is just that I don't understand his context.
I would say Jesus' person is God but is just not the Father. His human nature was begotten from Mary but His divine nature is God ie the Word.
Jesus is God ie the Word under the influence of the non-omniscient human senses/nature while still otherwise omnisciently upholding the universe. The hypostatic union.
Jesus' soul is non-divine but the awareness in His soul is the divine Word as opposed to a created "the word" as other humans have.
If Jesus were merely God by union with God then that would be two united persons ie a human and the divine Word conjoined as one ie Nestorianism.