ckfarbes, I'm not brainwashing or critizing to anyone. I'm just merely present you the facts from the Biblical scriptures. Like I said in previous posting #122
, God is a man (yes, a physical human being man like us). Not a trinity, either. I can share with you few verses:
1) Genesis 1:26-27
. Man was created in God's image. In other words, what you are as a human being is like in the form of God's body image. Jesus is same looking as to us like as to His Father.
2) Acts 7:55-56
. Steven saw Jesus on the right hand of God. Therefore, Steven saw two separate person, not one.
3) Matt 26:36,39
. Jesus prayed at the Garden of Gethsemane. Who the heck was he praying to? God, the Father. That's a separate person. It would be a ridiculous if He was praying to Himself!
4) Luke 3:22
. Immediately after Jesus was baptized by John, the heaven opens and sent down a voice: "Thou art my beloved Son; in thee I am well pleased". Jesus didn't speak to himself because He was standing in the water. Who really said it from the heaven? God, the Father.
5) Luke 23:34
. Jesus on the cross just before he died who spokes in this famous statement, "Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do". Who the heck was He speaking to? God, the Father.
The bottom line is...there are three
verifiable distinguish separate individual beings under the Godhead namely, God (The Father), Jesus Christ, and Holy Ghost. (This clarifies that trinity is not possible).