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in response to reader comment: "The Triune God and the Council of Nicaea"

Submitted by btilly (United States), Nov 21, 2008 at 14:44

Lacantius

I enjoyed reading your comments and you are well informed.

However, when it come to the Trinity, which is not mentioned in the Bible, I have to disagree. Egypt had a trinity and I gave you the three. Pagan Arabs had a female terinity, the three daughters of Allah.

If the trinity had been a part of the teachings of the Christians back then, why would Arais have to debate it. When Jesus said he was going to my father and his father, was he his own father? John 3:16 says GOD loved the world that he sent his son. Did Jesus send himself. Afterall he was in heaven when this was decided. Jesus sits at the right hand of GOD in the OT (Psalms 110) Hebrews 1:1-4. Jesus was sent, meaning he was already there to be sent. No one prayed to Jesus, even the last book in the Bible Revelations says a revelation by Jesus which God GAVE him. Impossible for Jesus to be Jehovah the Father. Moses said Jehovah not Jesus, and King David said Jehovah, not Jesus. Isaiah said Jesus would be the Might God not the Almighty as mentioned in 1 Cor 8:6.

Enjoy your comments,

btilly

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