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Nura vs trinity

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Submitted by Shannon, May 10, 2017 at 10:32

Its funny to hear people argue about religion when its clear they dont know much about the other one they are arguing against. What I read here is Nura, mother, sister etc. are different aspects of the one,while Nura believes the Christian trinity is pagan, and that they are multiple "entities" that are seperate from God. Clearly you don't understand the trinity, and you are not alone. I dont think most "Christians" understand it either. Also not all "christians" believe in the Trinity. Ones that do are called Trinitarians while ones who do not are called Unitarians. But what I think the biggest problem for all "religions" and people, it's the fact that most people seem to have no real concept of who they believe God is, (and for "Christians" this includes Christ) and they have no real idea who the "Devil" is,(or what is evil). This is why people can do things on a reguler basis claiming Gods name yet its completely contradictory to other things they say and do. God isnt words written in a book. God is more tangible then that. Something real that we all can understand and experience. But back to the subject at hand... Most Christians" believe that the Father, the Son,and Holy Ghost ARE one and the same, just different aspects of the One True God, same as this description of "Nura", mother, daughter etc.. The comment that Jesus came after God and there for unacceptable shows you don't understand the Trinity or who Jesus was and is any better than I or the guy she is arguing with understands aspects of Islam. Christ is the "Word" and according to the bible the "Word" was with God in the beginning. So NO, Christ did not come after God according to "Christian" belief, but was there at Creation. And actually I would argue that it, (the Word) in fact WAS THE TOOL OF CREATION! But here is where my beliefs are going to differ from most "Christians", while Christ is the Word, the Word is not Christ. The word is Gods word. It is the simplest and the easiest way to understand who God is. The word was creation and the word is Love. Christ was and is Gods word, and love manifested in the material world to teach us humility, sacrifice, charity, forgiveness etc. etc. He was here to teach us the Word and lead us down a righteous path. BTW, Dont ask me what I think about the Zombie Fest of a story the Crucifixtion has become, or how evil most of the Crucifixtion art is. "Lets eat his flesh and drink his blood in celebration of his murder and Sacrifice to God on the Cross.If you believe truly in the blood sacrifice then you will be given great riches and a mansion in heaven" I dont think thats the sacrifice or lesson we are supposed to learn from Christ's sacrifice. Thats a twisted version that doesn't teach the lesson meant to lead you down the righteous path, its an easy way out and a short cut around the righteous path. If you dont learn the lesson, then his sacrifice was in vein! Lesson was simple, sacrifice for others and treat people as you wish to be treated, love your enemy and God. He was showing you the path to the word... The 10 Comandments.

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