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Three gods?

Post by stalliongirlke » 27 Jun 2017, 08:47

if God exists as god the father, god the son and god the holy spirit, does it mean then that there are three god's

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Post by israel webber » 27 Jun 2017, 08:53

No it's just the manifestation of God in three forms; the Father ,Son , Holy Spirit

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Post by Kelebogile Mbangi » 27 Jun 2017, 09:56

I don't believe in the trinity. The trinity was created by the Council of Nicaea and added to Christianity in order to attract the masses which included pagans who worshipped three gods in one. In the bible Jesus himself says that the Father is greater than he is.
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Post by NikkyT » 27 Jun 2017, 14:19

I personally think of Jesus as literally being The Son of God, to me that means the son part of the trinity isn't God as I separate the two beings. If that makes any sense?! :eusa-think:
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Post by Kelebogile Mbangi » 27 Jun 2017, 14:23

NikkyT wrote:I personally think of Jesus as literally being The Son of God, to me that means the son part of the trinity isn't God as I separate the two beings. If that makes any sense?! :eusa-think:
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Post by fayetino » 09 Aug 2017, 02:31

it's 3 in one. So its one God not 3 separate beings.
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Post by grahase71 » 04 May 2018, 09:22

I don't feel there is any 'physical' entity at all in God's form. So there is no physical 'son' and no physical 'spirit' as separate entities. I believe God Himself is a spirit type form---He is everything. I believe in Jesus and I believe He was here in human form only because that is the only way He could relate to humans and live among us. I believe that His body, like ours, is only a vessel so that we are able to live here on earth. Once we die, we no longer have use of our body and our spirit will go to another place.
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