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Michael Ward says
Your conclusions are not logical
Yoleen Lucas says
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That is correct, he never was and according to scripture, never claimed to be
Yahshua never said “ye shall not have any other gods beside me”
That is something God told Moses and was included in the commandments.
Deborah Sexton says
In John 17: 21-22 Yahshua prayed to his Father for his disciples, asking that they "may all be one, just as we are one"
It means they are standing firm in one spirit with one accord in faith.
Brenda Durham says
To make God a man is blasphemy and an abomination.
Deut. 6:4 4 Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord:
Yes, Deborah, God is one Lord. Three distinct but inseparable manifestations. If you think it's blasphemy, then you should take it up with the One who sent His Son to live and die as a man here on earth, but whose Spirit was one with God.
Being one with God is not being God
I have taken it up with God, many years ago.
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