G-d is infinite, eternal, absolute, boundless and abstract then, how can he be J

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  1. Neferkaptah profile image55
    Neferkaptahposted 8 years ago

    G-d is infinite, eternal, absolute, boundless and abstract then, how can he be Jesus, the Christ?

    G-d is infinite in size and you cannot increase or decrease G-d, G-d is eternal always the same, G-d is absolute and boundless without limitations, parameters and G-d is unversally abstract, not known or understood and you can't see the true formless form of G-d.

  2. donaldvphillips profile image55
    donaldvphillipsposted 8 years ago

    The problem is we (humans) are created stuff trying to comprehend the infinite with a very finite view of things. We have a definite physic that governs us, we have not learned to operate outside of that physic, indeed we never will till G-d pulls back the envelope and requests our presence. G-d is not governed by the physic, he created it, set it's boundaries, created its natural rules. What holds this universe together is the G-d created thread that only he can unravel. Jesus was the moment G-d interacted with his physic and experienced things from our perspective. That made Jesus the perfect and only suitable sacrifice to help us overcome this physic, through the spiritual realm. Spirit operates outside of the physic. Otherwise we could sample it, see it, smell it, test for it, check its finger prints. What we see in the vastness of G-d's power is the fingerprint left behind by the created universe, a vast merciless expanse of energy, matter and emptiness.

    1. andrew savage profile image59
      andrew savageposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I understand what you are saying about how a supernatural being is governed by a higher code of laws, and perhaps when such a being "comes down" from such a high state they are in a sense inhabiting such a lower world within a type of force field env

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    Deborah Sextonposted 8 years ago

    Jesus Christ (Yahshua Messiah) is not God.
    Yahshua states that he is the Son. That the Father is greater than him. He came not of himself but the Father sent him. It is so clear but those not of God are blind.

    God wouldn't have come down and than spoke and said this is my son in whom I am well pleased. God is truth and love and don't deceive.
    You are correct

  4. barbaz21 profile image57
    barbaz21posted 8 years ago

    Christ being the Son of God was trying to be and set an example of how we are all children of God.  Except we've all been too narrow-minded and earth-bound to realize it.  He said "What I can do, you can also."  That's an amazing testimony when you think of it ... and how poorly we all seem to live up to that.

    1. andrew savage profile image59
      andrew savageposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I agree that the son wanted to set an example of how to live. However, did he need to be murdered on a cross to do so, or is there another version of the truth? And are there actually people who think he can die on a cross, and why would I will it so

  5. andrew savage profile image59
    andrew savageposted 5 years ago

    I understand what you are saying about how a supernatural being is eternally absolute and boundless, and perhaps when such a being "comes down" from such a high state they are in a sense inhabiting such a lower world within a type of force field enveloping their physical, psychic and spiritual states. However, Jesus is not "god," nor did Jesus ever claim to be "god," nor did YHWH ever claim to be god, nor did any angel ever claim to be god. It is not mentioned anywhere in the bible that YHWH desired to be called “GOD,” unless you read from a book written by someone with the penmanship of Aleister Crowley (mums the word, unless you see someone tied to the tracks of blind faith). The word god, is derogatory word to describe someone with extraordinary abilities beyond any mortal, especially when such an extraordinary being has a name. To call your deity “god” rather than by his or her name is vain, especially when so many think that they are god. Do not call your deity or lord “god” it is a curse and the most vain word used by those who have not yet begun a personal relationship with their lord.

    If the Crucifixation Story of the messiah who cannot be named, Jesus Christ (I AM ANNOINTED), bears any merit of truth that the son of the eternal one descending onto the world to die for strange sins of man, of which cannot be mentioned, there is still an unbreakable course of logic that one cannot be his own father, son, and while animated by one spirit at the same time and exist in more than one place at the same time (ie: Heaven and the World of Man). Unless this entire version of creation is merely a state of existence taking place within the imagination (mind) of someone of whom performs poorly in the course of logical reasoning in that no one in their right mind would sacrifice theirself in such a state of consciousness for the wrongful actions of figments contained within their imagination. If you want to save someone from damnation you cannot spill the blood of a man nor any living being nor deceased. You only spill blood in the act of war, not salvation (unless you are donating). Bloodletting is an obsolete way to accomplish a mission if you are omnipotent, thus such a deity is obsolete and a hazard to all creation. Please understand that I am not saying that Christ is not real, if at all I believe Christ to be more real in respect to my existence as I am the art of his crafting, and so are all of those who are alive within this construct of the one Verse.


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