The Son was born, but his existence as God was eternal.

Yahchristian

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The Son was born, but his existence as God was eternal (Micah 5:2). He was God before he was the Son.

David Bernard says “the Word was the thought, plan, or mind of God.”

So just to clarify your Oneness view...

Which statement is True?

A) The Son was born, but his existence as God was eternal.

B) The Son was born, but his existence as the thought, plan, or mind of God was eternal.

I say A.
 

e v e 21

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The Word is His Feminine Spirit, and our comforter and mother.

His Spirit is not a thought or plan in the mind of God. His Spirit is a gorgeous being.

The Son is a gorgeous being who as deity, came here for us, to save us from here.

They are deity and the family of us who are sons and daughters.
 

e v e 21

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Remember that it is a horrible sin to do and do not blaspheme His Spirit...please
by saying His Spirit is a thought or a plan.

How horrible.
 

e v e 21

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The son incarnated here intentionally taking the horrible stepdown from deity..
TO SAVE US, All of us His sons and daughters.

So ...do not try to say He is not deity. That is evil to do.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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The son incarnated here intentionally taking the horrible stepdown from deity..
TO SAVE US, All of us His sons and daughters.

So ...do not try to say He is not deity. That is evil to do.
Col 2:8-9 - In Him all the fullness of the Godhead dwelt Colossians 2:8-9 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the traditions of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Messiah. For in him dwelt all the fullness of the Godhead bodily.
 
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