I believe in Jesus as the Son of God and the second person of the Trinity. Who do you believe He is?
I believe that Jesus is the first born Son of God and my/our older brother. He is our Lord and Savior. He will reign as king in the millennium.
I believe Jesus is my lord and savoir who died on the cross so that i may be forgiven
I believe He is the Son of God, the chosen King. But I don't believe in the Trinity. There is historical evidence to prove it wasn't believed upon in Judaism--and during the Apostle Period and a few years afterward. The fact that the Trinity concept--not particularly advocated until the birth of Catholicism (325 A.D.)--isn't a unique belief, shows it's not a signature hallmark of the Supreme Creator(s). I believe the One true God would show a distinction in His throne. 3 and up isn't an exclusive marking, neither is 1. However, how many spiritual faiths do you know that proclaim just TWO Supreme Beings (and no lesser or subordinates)?
In all my research on religion I've came across three religions advocating a Twinity (as some Trinitarians call it), but only one of them had distinguishing qualities about it. The one mentioned in the Bible about a Father and a Son, a Divine Family.
I believe the same as you do. Jesus is the Son of God. He is also the second person in the triune god.
by Eric Dierker 2 years ago
Do you believe in the Trinity and why?What many people do not realize is that the Trinity is dogma from those not empowered by the same spirit as those that wrote the Bible. It is not sacrosanct. I happen to believe that Jesus is the Son of God and one in the same as God and that it is a Holy...
by Arjumand01 8 years ago
WHERE DO THE CHRISTIANS GET TRINITY FROM?The bulk of Christendom believes that God is one but triune, an existence of three in one. They believe that the trinity comprises of the father, son and the holy ghost. These all three aren’t three different Gods but one. Let us...
by Demas W Jasper 23 months ago
As a Christian who believes Jesus is the one God, how do you interpret John 14:16, 28 and 15:10,21?
by SAMMY HAMESE 3 years ago
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by graceinus 2 years ago
No where in the bible that I know of does it state that we are to love the Holy Spirit, why not?I find it interesting that the bible does not inclued love towards the Holy Spirit. However, the Holy Spirit is inclued when we are baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son and the Holy...
by Canucks goal 2 years ago
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