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Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Oct 14, 2006 at 12:48

History of Christianity has amorphous characters like trinity. They believe whatever they want. Some say Paul was pagan the others claim just the opposite. Who can believe that God-man theory is belong to a Jewish, Paul. It doesn't make any sense.

You wrote "We human beings, of course, cannot become ants but God can do anything He pleases because He is God." I think you are creating your own theory to explain why God becomes God-man. It doesn't work. Let me give an example, if you want to educate a child you should be or behave like a child. Ask this to any father or mother around you. They will say the same thing.

You wrote "He sacrificed Himself for you. Why did he do this without my permission?

You wrote "St Paul did not invent anything. Jesus died for our sins." You come to world as a baby without knowing anything, pure sinless. Only some misleading books tells you so. Unrealistic.

You wrote "You cannot understand the Trinity using human logic" If human intelligence can't explain trinity it that means it doesn't make any sense to anybody. I think you force yourself to believe so.

Quran is an advice. Allah sent our holy book to read, understand and take advice. It is crystal clear that God gives enough intelligence us to choose right or wrong path. God sent messenger to give advice to us. Muhammed (peace be up on him) was the last one. He conveyed the message of Allah to Muslims. Sending messages with human messengers is more logical than being a god-man. God-man concept is man-made theory. It fails all the time. Why not God-woman? God-child? God-animal? Then, well come to Roman paganism.

I don't blame St. Paul. He has many followers who believes god-man concept, even at this century.

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