The Battle...Reality of Existence verses Eraser Theology!

In this battle of Trinity and Oneness we see evidence explained away....
The Father and Son and their actual existence must be reduced to roles, modes or that's not what that means status.
Lines are removed when verses context and subject matter are ignored...
For example...John 4:23-24...
But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.
These verses do not exclude Jesus or the Holy Spirit....the context and subject matter are clear...
Jesus is speaking of the Father in these verses.
 
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God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.

Just to clarify your TRINITARIAN doctrine...

Does the word "God" in that verse refer to a PERSON?

In other words, is that verse saying...

(A) God the Father is a Spirit.
(B) God the Holy Spirit is a Spirit.
(C) The Triune God is a Spirit (and Father and Son).
(D) other, please explain
 
Just to clarify your TRINITARIAN doctrine...

Does the word "God" in that verse refer to a PERSON?

In other words, is that verse saying...

(A) God the Father is a Spirit.
(B) God the Holy Spirit is a Spirit.
(C) The Triune God is a Spirit (and Father and Son).
(D) other, please explain
Just to clarify your TRINITARIAN doctrine...

Does the word "God" in that verse refer to a PERSON?

In other words, is that verse saying...

(A) God the Father is a Spirit.
(B) God the Holy Spirit is a Spirit.
(C) The Triune God is a Spirit (and Father and Son).
(D) other, please explain
It is clearly A...that is the context of the verses.
 
God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.
is that verse saying...

(A) God the Father is a Spirit.
(B) God the Holy Spirit is a Spirit.
(C) The Triune God is a Spirit (and Father and Son).
(D) other, please explain
It is clearly A...that is the context of the verses.

So you believe God the Father is a Spirit.

Good, so do I !!!

Just to clarify your TRINITARIAN doctrine…

1) Is this statement TRUE or FALSE?

God the Father is God the Holy Spirit.

2) Is this statement TRUE or FALSE?

God the Father is a Spirit distinct from God the Holy Spirit.
 
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