[Linux4christians] Ex-Muslim's college speech disrupted by arson.
pastordavid at bibleseven.com
Sun Dec 6 22:13:42 EST 2009
> 1. If Jesus is not accepted as God in Quran, why Quran accepted that
> Jesus would come and judge the world?
Jesus is either Who He said He is or He is just another
"prophet" or something else, available to the manipulations
of any u-do-it religious inventor, or He is a liar - and
that would be Biblical heresy.
Jesus unmistakably claims divinity. I am saved through
faith in Him. He is right and anyone who disagrees with Him
> 2. In the early christianity, not all christians accepted Jesus the
> same as God. Only after Athanasius of Alexandria won the "Political
> battle" against Arius then Athanasian Creed is accepted, trinitarian
> was established.
Sorry, no, that is not at all true, that is merely the
opinion of some based on an over-reliance on things said and
done by folks affiliated with religious organizations
mislabeled "churches" and an under-reliance upon the
sovereign Word of God.
I could care less what anyone from the time of the writing
of the Bible until now says, God's Word and not mere human
philosophers and theologians, represents the only reliable
truth. One must begin and end there or else one is wasting
I have just written a Study from the Gospels through Hebrews
and am now working on James. I have primarily relied upon
the NET Bible (including their 60,000+ translator's notes).
The divinity of Christ, and the Trinity, are repeatedly
stated and reinforced throughout the NT (with considerable
supportive text in the OT).
The only way I could imagine one may read the NT and not
come to a clear understanding of the divinity of Christ, and
the Trinity, is to begin with that assumption and force it
upon the text "with a pen knife" (John Stott's expression)
or via the distortion of the clear meaning of many sections
of the text.
It is disheartening that inside of "Christianity" we are
even still having this debate.
Have an http://Ultrafidian.com Day! Pastor David
Senior Pastor (Interim) Bethel Missionary Baptist
http://bethelstatesboro.org (new site pending)
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