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How many Gods do you really have?

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  • How many Gods do you really have?

    Is there any other God besides Jesus Christ's God?

  • #2
    Originally posted by Servant of the Lord View Post
    Is there any other God besides Jesus Christ's God?
    NOPE!
    Next question....................

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Servant of the Lord View Post
      Is there any other God besides Jesus Christ's God?
      Is there any other persons of the God Head besides Jesus who was God that became flesh? Yes....The Father and the Holy Spirit. The God head is one God represented by 3 persons.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by CrowCross View Post

        Is there any other persons of the God Head besides Jesus who was God that became flesh? Yes....The Father and the Holy Spirit. The God head is one God represented by 3 persons.
        That's Godhead not God head, are you headless sir?

        How can one God have two heads? Should have been Godheads sir.

        Also historically the Greek-thinking bishops chose this concept over the Jewish God. No wonder we are confused today sir.
        Shema will change the Christian World.

        Turn it upside down. To where it once was, the POV of JESUS, his DISCIPLES and his SERVANTS.

        Know God YHWH Elohim is One. And love Him with all. Mk 12, red letter words.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by nothead View Post

          That's Godhead not God head, are you headless sir?

          How can one God have two heads? Should have been Godheads sir.

          Also historically the Greek-thinking bishops chose this concept over the Jewish God. No wonder we are confused today sir.
          You're right...I should have used Godhead to refer about God’s essential nature.

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          • #6
            Interestingly, Genesis Chapter 1 can be viewed as a polemic answering this very question by firing a shot of absolute monotheistic challenge across the bow of Egypt and Sumerian creation myths. People who wish to discredit the Bible focus on the similarities between Genesis and other early creation myths. If one focuses instead on the differences, a radically different picture emerges.

            Other ancient creation stories begin with how the God’s came into being. Genesis simply begins with God exists all by himself. Other creation stories talk about where the matter of the world comes from. In Genesis, God simply declares it to be, and it is so.

            “Let us make man in our image” even hints at the greater complexity of the Godhead than a simple ‘god’ as the product of human imagination. An Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent Godhead is not ‘just like us’. There is only one GOD.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nothead View Post

              That's Godhead not God head, are you headless sir?

              How can one God have two heads? Should have been Godheads sir.

              Also historically the Greek-thinking bishops chose this concept over the Jewish God. No wonder we are confused today sir.
              Only the cultist is confused.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by CrowCross View Post

                Is there any other persons of the God Head besides Jesus who was God that became flesh? Yes....The Father and the Holy Spirit. The God head is one God represented by 3 persons.
                That was't the question. Here's the question again:

                Is there any other God besides Jesus Christ's God?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Servant of the Lord View Post

                  That was't the question. Here's the question again:

                  Is there any other God besides Jesus Christ's God?
                  Already answered. NO!
                  Next question..............

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by john wilcox View Post
                    Already answered. NO!
                    Next question..............
                    Are you sure that the only God is Jesus Christ's God?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Servant of the Lord View Post

                      Are you sure that the only God is Jesus Christ's God?
                      Continually asking the same question.
                      Yep, I'm sure. Next question............

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by john wilcox View Post
                        Continually asking the same question.
                        Yep, I'm sure. Next question............
                        ...and a blind man can be sure he is blind. But for some reason you don't see it. Go figure, in a figurative sorta way...
                        Shema will change the Christian World.

                        Turn it upside down. To where it once was, the POV of JESUS, his DISCIPLES and his SERVANTS.

                        Know God YHWH Elohim is One. And love Him with all. Mk 12, red letter words.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by john wilcox View Post
                          Continually asking the same question.
                          Yep, I'm sure. Next question............
                          So wherever God is mentioned in the Scriptures, we can be sure it is referring to Jesus Christ's God, RIGHT?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Servant of the Lord View Post

                            So wherever God is mentioned in the Scriptures, we can be sure it is referring to Jesus Christ's God, RIGHT?
                            Depends on the context. Certainly NOT in Matthew 1:23; Isaiah 9:6; John 20:28 and many other passages. If the passage in question is clearly refering to The Father ONLY or refering to Christ The MAN, then we can say yes.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by john wilcox View Post
                              Depends on the context. Certainly NOT in Matthew 1:23; Isaiah 9:6; John 20:28 and many other passages. If the passage in question is clearly refering to The Father ONLY or refering to Christ The MAN, then we can say yes.
                              If Jesus Christ's God is the only God mentioned in the Scriptures, how can it depend on the context? If there only is one God in the Scriptures, every mention of God must be Jesus Christ's God. And you have already admitted that but now you are saying it depends on the context. You are one confused individual.

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