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in response to reader comment: About The Trinity, Another Way To Explain It

Submitted by kr (United Arab Emirates), May 30, 2006 at 01:35

3 in one oil arent three oils in one, they are one oil for three purposes. but even if they were three different oils mixed into one, still they would be three not one.

you cant have three separate gods and still call them one god. this is the problem with trinity belief. christians believe in ONE GOD, yet beleive in three separate beings. thats impossible. i mean , if you look at the three-in-one oil, if you spill it, it will all get spilled. it wont be that one of them gets spilled but the other two are still there. but with trinity you believe in three-in-one god (god forbid) and yet you believe that one of them (Jesus) was crucified and died while the other two were still alive. that would make them three separate gods, not one. its impossible for something to be three and still one and the same. you either have to believe in three or in one.

and the whole crucificion is ungodly. how can ordinary humans capture and kill God? is that possible? thats being even weaker than superman. that would clearly show that jesus wasnt god. would God need to hide from people? no.

Jesus was born. born a child, like any normal child, from a normal human woman. is that godly? cmon have some sense.

Jesus ate, drank, and soiled his diaper (when a baby) and went to the bathroom when an adult. is that godly? come on . think sensibly.

Jesus was NOT God nor the son of god. there is only one God, and He is not jesus.

read the Holy Quraan. see how beautifully it is written and how clear it is. no one is going to force you to convert, so theres nothin to be afraid of.


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