Knowing God vs. Knowing your own theology

Our Lord's God

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God is not your theology about God.

Your theology about God is not God.

God is an identity not a theology.

God is not an image of God which you fashioned for yourself in your head. Images of God are not God.

Your theology about God is not God.

Knowing your own theology about God is not knowing God. God is not your theology about God and your theology about God is not God.

Eternal life is knowing the only true God. John 17:3. You must actually know him to have eternal life.

Eternal life is not knowing your personal theology about God. That in itself will do nothing for you. Eternal life is not found in your theology.

You must know God. He is not your theology about God or your person notions about God. Your theology about God is not life giving; only God Himself is. You must know HIM to have eternal life. DO YOU?

He who has an ear to hear let him hear.
 
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Gary Mac

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God is not your theology about God.

Your theology about God is not God.

God is an identity not a theology.

God is not an image of God which you fashioned for yourself in your head. Images of God are not God.

Your theology about God is not God.

Knowing your own theology about God is not knowing God. God is not your theology about God and your theology about God is not God.

Eternal life is knowing the only true God. John 17:3. You must actually know him to have eternal life.

Eternal life is not knowing your personal theology about God. That in itself will do nothing for you. Eternal life is not found in your theology.

You must know God. He is not your theology about God or your person notions about God. Your theology about God is not life giving; only God Himself is. You must know HIM to have eternal life. DO YOU?

He who has an ear to hear let him hear.
Absolute truth. Most only know about God through theology and the laws to form their opinions about God but do not have a clue what it is for God to actually be manifest in them. they can read how God manifest Himself in Jesus, Abraham, Moses, Mary, 120, but because of lack in receiving the same as these did from God Himself, the notion to be like Him is considered blaspheme through their theology.
 

Gary Mac

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Theology is a study about God.. it is knowing His attributes...
One can study about God for 100 years and not know Him.

The only way to know His attributes is if you have the same from Him and walk as He walks in His same light, same mind, perfect even as your Father in heaven is perfect with He in you and you in Him as one as Jesus was one in Him. John 17.
And when you do see Him as He is, ye shall be like Him. 1 John 3.

There is no other way to know Him. Knowing who He is is not the same thing.
Being like Him and in His same image is His intent for man.
 

civic

Well-known member
God is not your theology about God.

Your theology about God is not God.

God is an identity not a theology.

God is not an image of God which you fashioned for yourself in your head. Images of God are not God.

Your theology about God is not God.

Knowing your own theology about God is not knowing God. God is not your theology about God and your theology about God is not God.

Eternal life is knowing the only true God. John 17:3. You must actually know him to have eternal life.

Eternal life is not knowing your personal theology about God. That in itself will do nothing for you. Eternal life is not found in your theology.

You must know God. He is not your theology about God or your person notions about God. Your theology about God is not life giving; only God Himself is. You must know HIM to have eternal life. DO YOU?

He who has an ear to hear let him hear.
you neither know God nor theology as a unitarian.
 

civic

Well-known member
Unitarian Universalism is a fairly small, yet widely influential, religious group. Having some 300,000 registered members, mostly in the United States, they are becoming more and more popular. Relativism, tolerance, and alternative lifestyles are all buzz words used by Unitarian Universalism.

The Unitarian Universalist name comes from their denial of the doctrine of the Trinity and their belief that all human beings gain salvation. According to Universalists, the mere idea someone might go to hell is not compatible with the character of a loving God. Its roots go all the way back to the sixteenth century when Unitarian beliefs became popular during the Reformation. Unitarian thought and Universal thought were merged together during the late eighteenth-century in America during the Age of Reason. The intellectual elite of that time refused to believe in such biblical teachings as total depravity and eternal damnation, but rather embraced the idea of a loving God who would never cause someone to suffer.

Adherents of Unitarian Universalism base their beliefs primarily upon their own experiences and are not committed to any one religious system. They believe that individuals have the right to decide for themselves what to believe in and that others should not infringe upon this right. As a result, one such believer might lean toward liberal Christianity, while another might lean toward New Age spirituality. There is no real dogma beyond tolerance—for everything except biblical Christianity. Unitarian Universalists view the Bible as a book of poetry, myth, and moral teaching, a completely human book and not truly the Word of God. They reject the Bible’s portrayal of a Triune God, leaving the concept of God up to each individual’s imagination.

To the Unitarian Universalist, Jesus was a good moral teacher, but nothing more. He is not considered to be divine, and every miracle associated with Him is rejected as being outside of human reason. Most sayings of Jesus recorded in the Bible are regarded as embellishments on the part of the authors. Among the Universalist beliefs: Jesus did not die to save mankind from sin, as man is not a fallen sinner; emphasis is placed on humankind’s capacity for goodness; sin is completely relative, and the term itself is rarely used; man saves himself through personal improvement, salvation being a purely worldly experience, a "waking up" to the world around oneself. This is very important, for death is final. Most Unitarian Universalists deny the existence of an afterlife, so all we have on earth is all we’ll ever get.

The Bible, on the other hand, refutes these falsehoods. Jesus does save mankind, which was in a fallen state since the Garden of Eden and separated from God by sin (John 10:15; Romans 3:24-25; 5:8; 1 Peter 2:24). Man is not good, but sinful and hopelessly lost. It is only through the grace of God and faith in the shed blood of Christ on the cross that mankind can be reconciled to a holy, transcendent God (Genesis 2:16-17; 3:1-19); John 3:36; Romans 3:23; 1 Corinthians 2:14; Ephesians 2:1-3; 1 Timothy 2:13-14; 1 John 1:8).

Unitarian Universalism has nothing in common with biblical Christianity. It is a false gospel, its teachings are contrary to the Bible, and its members strongly oppose traditional, biblical Christian beliefs (while purporting to be free of discrimination or prejudice of any kind). The Bible clearly refutes Unitarian Universalism on all the major points of its teachings.got?

hope this helps !!!
 

Slyzr

Well-known member
God is not your theology about God.

Your theology about God is not God.

God is an identity not a theology.

God is not an image of God which you fashioned for yourself in your head. Images of God are not God.

Your theology about God is not God.

Knowing your own theology about God is not knowing God. God is not your theology about God and your theology about God is not God.

Eternal life is knowing the only true God. John 17:3. You must actually know him to have eternal life.

Eternal life is not knowing your personal theology about God. That in itself will do nothing for you. Eternal life is not found in your theology.

You must know God. He is not your theology about God or your person notions about God. Your theology about God is not life giving; only God Himself is. You must know HIM to have eternal life. DO YOU?

He who has an ear to hear let him hear.

Not really god ....... but I was able to pee.

Do you want to covert me to not peeing.
 

Gary Mac

Well-known member
you neither know God nor theology as a unitarian.
Perhaps it is that you do not know the God Jesus prayed to and obeyed Who came to him and opened all of His heaven to that man by His Spirit and said sent him to show you the way to his Father who is God and could do nothing without Him?
 

Gary Mac

Well-known member
@Our Lord's God is hell a real place and will there be people suffering there for all eternity ? yes or no
Actually the kingdom of God, which is heaven or hell, does not come with observation, it is within you. Luke 17:20-21. It is who you are or are not, not a place you go to and observe LOL
 

civic

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Perhaps it is that you do not know the God Jesus prayed to and obeyed Who came to him and opened all of His heaven to that man by His Spirit and said sent him to show you the way to his Father who is God and could do nothing without Him?
Perhaps you do not know the Apostles prayed to Jesus.

nuff said.

next....................................
 

civic

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Actually the kingdom of God, which is heaven or hell, does not come with observation, it is within you. Luke 17:20-21. It is who you are or are not, not a place you go to and observe LOL
Where does the bible say the kingdom of God is hell ?

oh boy this should be good I will get the popcorn ready as this should be entertaining watching this song and dance.
 

Gary Mac

Well-known member
Unitarian Universalism is a fairly small, yet widely influential, religious group. Having some 300,000 registered members, mostly in the United States, they are becoming more and more popular. Relativism, tolerance, and alternative lifestyles are all buzz words used by Unitarian Universalism.

The Unitarian Universalist name comes from their denial of the doctrine of the Trinity and their belief that all human beings gain salvation. According to Universalists, the mere idea someone might go to hell is not compatible with the character of a loving God. Its roots go all the way back to the sixteenth century when Unitarian beliefs became popular during the Reformation. Unitarian thought and Universal thought were merged together during the late eighteenth-century in America during the Age of Reason. The intellectual elite of that time refused to believe in such biblical teachings as total depravity and eternal damnation, but rather embraced the idea of a loving God who would never cause someone to suffer.

Adherents of Unitarian Universalism base their beliefs primarily upon their own experiences and are not committed to any one religious system. They believe that individuals have the right to decide for themselves what to believe in and that others should not infringe upon this right. As a result, one such believer might lean toward liberal Christianity, while another might lean toward New Age spirituality. There is no real dogma beyond tolerance—for everything except biblical Christianity. Unitarian Universalists view the Bible as a book of poetry, myth, and moral teaching, a completely human book and not truly the Word of God. They reject the Bible’s portrayal of a Triune God, leaving the concept of God up to each individual’s imagination.

To the Unitarian Universalist, Jesus was a good moral teacher, but nothing more. He is not considered to be divine, and every miracle associated with Him is rejected as being outside of human reason. Most sayings of Jesus recorded in the Bible are regarded as embellishments on the part of the authors. Among the Universalist beliefs: Jesus did not die to save mankind from sin, as man is not a fallen sinner; emphasis is placed on humankind’s capacity for goodness; sin is completely relative, and the term itself is rarely used; man saves himself through personal improvement, salvation being a purely worldly experience, a "waking up" to the world around oneself. This is very important, for death is final. Most Unitarian Universalists deny the existence of an afterlife, so all we have on earth is all we’ll ever get.

The Bible, on the other hand, refutes these falsehoods. Jesus does save mankind, which was in a fallen state since the Garden of Eden and separated from God by sin (John 10:15; Romans 3:24-25; 5:8; 1 Peter 2:24). Man is not good, but sinful and hopelessly lost. It is only through the grace of God and faith in the shed blood of Christ on the cross that mankind can be reconciled to a holy, transcendent God (Genesis 2:16-17; 3:1-19); John 3:36; Romans 3:23; 1 Corinthians 2:14; Ephesians 2:1-3; 1 Timothy 2:13-14; 1 John 1:8).

Unitarian Universalism has nothing in common with biblical Christianity. It is a false gospel, its teachings are contrary to the Bible, and its members strongly oppose traditional, biblical Christian beliefs (while purporting to be free of discrimination or prejudice of any kind). The Bible clearly refutes Unitarian Universalism on all the major points of its teachings.got?

hope this helps !!!
Everyone who has from God that what Jesus had from Him are one in Him. He in me and I in Him are one just as He was in Jesus and Jesus was in Him as one. See Jesus prayer to his God for you to be as well in John 17.

And when, or if you ever do, see Him as He is ye shall be like Him to. 1 John 3. But as long as you cling to that man made trinity doctrine designed to separate you from God to be like Him, the one sent by God as example for who you are supposed to be like is of none effect for you.

You really should examine the real reason God sent Jesus to show you the way you are supposed to be like His example sent. But then yopu know and I know and God knows you are not going to consider Him in His ways.
 

Terry43

Active member
Unitarian Universalism is a fairly small, yet widely influential, religious group. Having some 300,000 registered members, mostly in the United States, they are becoming more and more popular. Relativism, tolerance, and alternative lifestyles are all buzz words used by Unitarian Universalism.

The Unitarian Universalist name comes from their denial of the doctrine of the Trinity and their belief that all human beings gain salvation. According to Universalists, the mere idea someone might go to hell is not compatible with the character of a loving God. Its roots go all the way back to the sixteenth century when Unitarian beliefs became popular during the Reformation. Unitarian thought and Universal thought were merged together during the late eighteenth-century in America during the Age of Reason. The intellectual elite of that time refused to believe in such biblical teachings as total depravity and eternal damnation, but rather embraced the idea of a loving God who would never cause someone to suffer.

Adherents of Unitarian Universalism base their beliefs primarily upon their own experiences and are not committed to any one religious system. They believe that individuals have the right to decide for themselves what to believe in and that others should not infringe upon this right. As a result, one such believer might lean toward liberal Christianity, while another might lean toward New Age spirituality. There is no real dogma beyond tolerance—for everything except biblical Christianity. Unitarian Universalists view the Bible as a book of poetry, myth, and moral teaching, a completely human book and not truly the Word of God. They reject the Bible’s portrayal of a Triune God, leaving the concept of God up to each individual’s imagination.

To the Unitarian Universalist, Jesus was a good moral teacher, but nothing more. He is not considered to be divine, and every miracle associated with Him is rejected as being outside of human reason. Most sayings of Jesus recorded in the Bible are regarded as embellishments on the part of the authors. Among the Universalist beliefs: Jesus did not die to save mankind from sin, as man is not a fallen sinner; emphasis is placed on humankind’s capacity for goodness; sin is completely relative, and the term itself is rarely used; man saves himself through personal improvement, salvation being a purely worldly experience, a "waking up" to the world around oneself. This is very important, for death is final. Most Unitarian Universalists deny the existence of an afterlife, so all we have on earth is all we’ll ever get.

The Bible, on the other hand, refutes these falsehoods. Jesus does save mankind, which was in a fallen state since the Garden of Eden and separated from God by sin (John 10:15; Romans 3:24-25; 5:8; 1 Peter 2:24). Man is not good, but sinful and hopelessly lost. It is only through the grace of God and faith in the shed blood of Christ on the cross that mankind can be reconciled to a holy, transcendent God (Genesis 2:16-17; 3:1-19); John 3:36; Romans 3:23; 1 Corinthians 2:14; Ephesians 2:1-3; 1 Timothy 2:13-14; 1 John 1:8).

Unitarian Universalism has nothing in common with biblical Christianity. It is a false gospel, its teachings are contrary to the Bible, and its members strongly oppose traditional, biblical Christian beliefs (while purporting to be free of discrimination or prejudice of any kind). The Bible clearly refutes Unitarian Universalism on all the major points of its teachings.got?

hope this helps !!!
As a teenager I had a friend that was a Unitarian (b4 joining universalists)...I actually did a weekend youth "retreat" with her.. At that time I was RC..and even then I was shocked that there was no scripture read at any of the meetings.. they read Shakespeare and other poets.. there was no prayer only bowed heads ...It was then I learned they actually denied the Trinity. In more recent years I have a formerly RC friend that has started to attend a UU church near me.. she loves the "services"where political and social issues are "preached" on.. . It is a social organization not really a church , it is a place where even an athesist can clain they are religious
 

Slyzr

Well-known member
Actually the kingdom of God, which is heaven or hell, does not come with observation, it is within you. Luke 17:20-21. It is who you are or are not, not a place you go to and observe LOL

Gee whiz Gary ....... thanks for the heads up.

Do you have a condo I can rent ....... cheap?

Do you accept breathing?
 
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Gary Mac

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Gee whiz Gary ....... thanks for the heads up.
You are welcom.
Do you have a condo I can rent ....... cheap?
No but I have an RV you can rent. If you are interested let me know.
Do you accept breathing?
As natural as it is to be in the Father as Jesus was in Him.

How about you, do you accept breathing? What ever that means. You must be very young to make such an immature statement?
 

e v e

Super Member
God is not your theology about God.

Your theology about God is not God.

God is an identity not a theology.

God is not an image of God which you fashioned for yourself in your head. Images of God are not God.

Your theology about God is not God.

Knowing your own theology about God is not knowing God. God is not your theology about God and your theology about God is not God.

Eternal life is knowing the only true God. John 17:3. You must actually know him to have eternal life.

Eternal life is not knowing your personal theology about God. That in itself will do nothing for you. Eternal life is not found in your theology.

You must know God. He is not your theology about God or your person notions about God. Your theology about God is not life giving; only God Himself is. You must know HIM to have eternal life. DO YOU?

He who has an ear to hear let him hear.
lol.
 
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