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Old 11-26-2012, 10:19 AM   #71
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Originally Posted by FMJ View Post
God does not need partners. If there is more than one God, then the lesser ones would fight for domination and there would be war in the heavens! Ultimately, there must be one God that made all this you see in the heavens and earth; logically, it had to start from one not three!

You are comparing God to Voltron, putting God in the wrong estimation! God has no comparison!

So you must believe that God died when Jesus died, which makes your concept of God perishable.

I believe it is possible to rise from death, so you are wrong on that.


Btw, the fact that you are comparing your conception of God to a cartoon character, should tell you something about the nature of your conception!!!
your original argument was that the trinity is illogical because 3 things cant come together to make 1. the voltron example shows you that this is perfectly logical.

i dont recall saying God needed anything or that God couldnt have made the heavens and the earth without jesus. are you now dictating the means for how God can do things?

a fight for domination and a war in the heavens? this is an assumption based your own sinful alpha dog nature that has nothing to do with the attitude or relationship God the father had with christ and the holy spirit. its also not jesus or the holy spirit's attitude towards God the father. its completely based on your world view and cant be substantiated through scripture.
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