Puritan Belief

The Puritans are the men of God who started in the 16th century building on the purity of the gospel message that Salvation is by Grace alone.

The TWO ------ RELIGIONS!

In this world are only TWO religions, or THREE, if you consider the third to be a religion.

(g.1.) Group believes that God the creator of heaven and earth is Jehovah, Allah, Yahweh and many other names.
They are called Jehovah Witnesses, Muslims, and Jews etc. and are recognized and called by the name of their god they believe in.
They are (Monotheists) Unitarians, because they believe in ONE God or one person (identity) to be God.

(g.2.) Group believes that God the creator of heaven and earth is the Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the ONLY one person who is the Lord God the Almighty and beside Him there is NO OTHER person, spirit or identity who is also God.
They are called, Disciples of Christ or Christians.
They are (Monotheists) Unitarians, because they believe in ONE God or one person (identity) to be God.

(g.3.) Group believes that God is TWO or THREE persons or identities who are god or gods, and all two or three persons together make up one god.
They are called Catholics or Universalist, which means that they are every where universally in every denomination and not only in the Catholic Church. Sometimes they also are called Christians; they are (Polytheists) because they believe in many persons and identities who are gods.

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The (g.2.) are the only ones who believe and worship ONLY the Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth (Mat. 2:11+8:2+14:33 etc.) and have NO OTHER gods beside the Lord their God Jesus Christ.
They are the true and faithful ones to Jesus (Rev. 14:12) and the bride of Christ (Rev. 21:9) who are espoused to only ONE husband Jesus Christ the Lord (2 Cor. 11:2).
They are the ones who believe in the true God and have eternal life (1 John 5:20), who have been redeemed by the blood of Jesus and called from every nation, tribe and tongue to be God’s own possession and the children of the living God, whom He has called of darkness and into His marvelous light.

The (g.1) are those who believe in their own made up or invented god. They acknowledge the Lord Jesus, but do not believe or worship Him; instead they worship their own god by whatever name they give him. Jesus said, that they belong to their Father the devil (John 8:44) because they would NOT acknowledge Jesus to be their Father.
They ALL will perish, because they did not believe in the only one whom God has sent (John 5:38), Jesus Christ the Lord.

The (g.3.) are those who believe that God is many persons or identities, a Duality of persons, or a Trinity of persons and each of those persons is fully God.
They are the harlot Church, the prostitute or the whore of Babylon (Rev. 17:4-6).
Because they all transgress the first commandment of the Lord (Exo. 20:2-3) and would not believe that there is no other God but one (1 Cor.8:4), but believe and teach that He God is three persons and identities.

They are neither (g.1.) nor (g.2.) but because they are (g.3.) the Lord Jesus will spew them out of His mouth (Rev.3:15+16).
In plain words, all those who believe in the Catholic Universal teaching the Trinity are an abomination in sight of the Lord.
However, there are some (g.2.) believers without understanding who are in fellowship with (g.1.) and (g.3.) congregations whom the Lord Jesus calls to come out and be separate, lest they partake of their sins. (Rev. 18:4)
He who has an ear let him hear what the Spirit says to the Churches.

Yes!
Every one of us belongs to ONE group, (g.1.) or (g.2.) or (g.3.)
To which ONE do YOU belong??
Let me hear your thoughts.

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The TWO ------ RELIGIONS!
Posted by Paul G Monday, February 15, 2010

33 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pretty interesting place you've got here. Thanks for it. I like such themes and anything connected to them. I would like to read more on that blog soon.

Best wishes

February 16, 2010 10:24 PM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Thanks Anonymous.

February 17, 2010 8:09 AM   Edit
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February 26, 2010 11:44 PM   Edit
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March 04, 2010 11:38 AM   Edit
Anonymous Rev. Earl Jackson said...

I came to your website expecting to see a representation of Puritan Beliefs, but you need to change the name of your site, because the Puritans were clearly Biblical Trinitarians, and that is one of their great strengths. I have been studying the Puritans for 35 years, and none of them were Unitarian. Please respect the public and change your Blog's name to "Puritan Misrepresentation Zone".

March 09, 2010 12:05 PM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Well Earl; there is only one puritan and that is Jesus Christ our Lord.
You should have studied Him for 35 years, and then you would have known that He is not three persons or identities. (Mark 12:29)

The puritans were men, just like you and me; they all had their strength and their weaknesses. Not all of them believed the same doctrines, they had serious disputes among them and many had been murdered by the Antichrist Church.

A question;
To which one of those three groups do you belong, (g.1), (g.2) or (g.3)?

Considering your comment; I gather that you belong to (g.3) and that would make you a polytheist.
Do you think that the Lord our God Jesus Christ would be delighted in you believing in many god-persons?
Paul

March 10, 2010 7:01 PM   Edit
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March 18, 2010 1:49 AM   Edit
Anonymous Rev. Earl Jackson said...

Paul G.

I have not been back on your blog, since my initial post expressing my surprise at your anti-Trinitarianism.I just read your response to my post, and it clearly reinforces my suggestion that you should change the name of your blog.

Jesus was not a Puritan in any sense whatsoever. And to say that He was shows just how confused you are. The Puritans were a bunch of men who had very narrow Theological perceptions, but they also had some views which were 100% correct, like their doctrine of the Trinity. To say that Jesus Christ, however, was the only Puritan, is to totally insult Him. And to say that I should have been studying Him for 35 years, so I would "have known that He is not three persons or identities. (Mark 12:29)" is to totally insult me.

I could care less whether you insult me, but insulting Him, bothers me deeply. Your post's show that you reject the Trinity because you do not understand the Bible, and you have insufficient knowledge to make an intelligent decision.

Of course Jesus "is not three persons or identities. (Mark 12:29)"! Who ever told you that Trinitarian's believe that nonsense? That is just polytheism, plain and simple. And to say that Trinitarian's believe that, is just a LIE, plain and simple.

If you want to know what Trinitarian's believe and teach, and the Biblical proofs for their doctrines, then you ought to ask one who knows, and not just tell bold faced lies about their position.

Misrepresenting those who oppose your view is arrogance and dishonesty. I have not read anything in your post's which expresses that you have any real knowledge at all about the Trinitarian position. When you just pontificate a bunch of lies, about what you think they believe, you are just proving that you have no credibility whatsoever. Who is going to believe a liar?

Concocting figures of your imagination, which are born from insufficient knowledge, and projecting them into a supposed discussion of the doctrine that you are opposing,is nothing more than cultism, and opinionism.

I'll be happy to prove the Trinitarian position on your site, if you agree to use the "Bible Alone", as the basis for all discussions. Your heretical view, cannot stand up under Biblical analysis, and I am fully prepared to prove that to you, so that you can bring your blog back into the sphere of orthodoxy and truth. If you are genuinely interested in the truth, as I suspect you are, then you will agree to study and learn the real Trinitarian position from the bible, so at the very least, you can quit misrepresenting us.

March 18, 2010 3:07 AM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Thanks Earl;
I have no intention to insult you or anyone.
However the gospel, the truth is an offence to everyone who is perishing.

I think that you should give me a little more credit to know what Trinitarians believe and their various flavors of their devilish deception.

Because you have fallen into the snare of the devil to believe such a lie; so there is only one way out, that is to believe the truth and the truth shall set you free! :)

You said, "Biblical Trinitarians".
Where exactly in the Bible does it say, "God in three persons blessed Trinity"?

March 18, 2010 7:38 PM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Another question;
Mark 12:29 Jesus said "The Lord our God the Lord is ONE".
Please tell me which one exactly, and also His name?

This question is important; if you cannot answer that correctly, then you are in serious spiritual danger of transgressing the first commandment of the Lord our God. Exodus 20:2 "You shall have no other gods beside me".
Paul

March 19, 2010 11:16 PM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Every Trinitarian is a polytheist no matter how hard they try to conceal their deception.

A polytheist (Trinitarian) believes that there is another person next to Jesus Christ our Lord who is 'also' a God.

Trinitarians do not believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is the only true God and eternal life. (1 John 5:20 and Jude 1:4)

March 21, 2010 7:21 PM   Edit
Anonymous Rev. Earl Jackson said...

"I have no intention to insult you or anyone.However the gospel, the truth is an offense to everyone who is perishing."

Agreed, but when you assert this in the context of a discussion with a Trinitarian you are indeed insulting him and everyone of like mind with him, because you are saying that they are "perishing" and are not believers, because they do not share your view of what you think the truth is. Stop insulting and degrading statements, so that you can have an honest dialog.

"I think that you should give me a little more credit to know what Trinitarians believe and their various flavors of their devilish deception."

I cannot give you credit for understanding what Trinitarians believe, if you continually misrepresent them. If you understand their doctrine, then please state it accurately, and not in straw man fashion.

"Because you have fallen into the snare of the devil to believe such a lie; so there is only one way out, that is to believe the truth and the truth shall set you free!"

You are just assuming that your thesis is correct, and you are not proving anything by statements like this. You are stating that Trinitariansim is a "lie" and "a snare of the devil". Fine, prove your blanket statement, and don't just cast slurs and make degrading statements.

"You said, "Biblical Trinitarians".
Where exactly in the Bible does it say, "God in three persons blessed Trinity"?

The Bible does not say "God in three persons blessed Trinity". But Jesus said: "I and my Father are one" (Jn. 10:30). And the Bible says that we should honor both Christ and His Father equally: "That all men should honor the Son, even as they honor the Father. He that honoreth not the Son honoreth not the Father which hath sent him" (Jn. 5:23). How does eliminating the Father honor Him equally with the Son?

March 22, 2010 10:24 PM   Edit
Anonymous Rev. Earl Jackson said...

"Another question;
Mark 12:29 Jesus said "The Lord our God the Lord is ONE".
Please tell me which one exactly, and also His name?"

If you would read and quote the entire verse as it is written, instead of just quoting the part of the verse that pleases you, you would know the answer to your own question, since the verse is a quote from the ten commandments. "And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord". The verse sends us back to Israel, to whom it is addressed, and to Sinai where their God gave them the first commandment, which is against idolatry. His name there is clearly "I Am". "I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage"(Ex.20:2). This verse is acknowledging the same identity of God as revealed to Moses in Ex. 3:13-14, when Moses asked God what his name was, and he said "I Am that I Am". Neither verse says that God's name is Jesus, and when Jesus quoted these verses He was asserting exactly that. God's name is "I Am". Clearly the name of Jesus is not the name of God, if it was, then there are thousands of years of Biblical history, when people were using the wrong name to identify their God.

"Every Trinitarian is a polytheist no matter how hard they try to conceal their deception.

A polytheist (Trinitarian) believes that there is another person next to Jesus Christ our Lord who is 'also' a God".

Here again you are simply name-calling without proof. Using the word polytheist makes you think that you know what you are talking about, and fools other people into thinking that you know what you are talking about, but the word polytheist, means a person who believes in more than one God. And no Trinitarian meets that definition. No Trinitarian believes in multiple Gods. Quit lying about the trinitarian position, and try to find out accurately what they believe, before you invent your own definition of polytheism, and before you spout lies about their position, which you clearly do not understand.

March 22, 2010 10:49 PM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Thanks Earl;
Yes, Trinitarianism is a lie and a snare of the devil.

You said; "But Jesus said: 'I and my Father are one' (John 10:30). And the Bible says that we should honour the Son even as they honour the Father. He that honoureth not the Son honoureth not the Father which has sent him’ (John 5:23). How does eliminating the Father honour Him equally with the Son?"

Before I am trying to remove a splinter in your eye, I did ask the Lord to remove the plank in my own eye.

So then, let's look what you really are saying.
You are quoting John 10:3 as a statement, saying that God is ONE.
And in John 5:23 you are saying contrary to John 10:3 that the Father and Jesus are TWO.

Remember that truthful lips are established forever but a lying tongue is only for a moment.
Earl, in this I would like you to be honest; you know exactly that if Jesus is 'God' and the Father is 'God', and Jesus is not the Father, then you are a polytheist, believing in many gods.

Blind Freddy can see that! And I would like you to admit that you are a polytheist, believing in more then one god.
In fact you are in a much more dangerous position than that, even to the point of perishing with all the pagans.
You said; "Clearly the name of Jesus is not the name of God".
To say that, is the same as to say that Jesus is NOT God at all, or that He is not the Lord God the Almighty the creator of heaven and earth.

Jesus said, "If you Earl do not know that I am He, then you will die in your sins" (John 8:24).
Perhaps I should tell you what that means; If you do not KNOW, preach, teach and proclaim that the Lord Jesus Christ is the ONLY true God and eternal life, and that He is the Alpha and Omega the first and the last the beginning and the end, then you WILL perish with the rest of all the pagans who believe in their many gods.

Earl; just for your record, I honour ONLY the Lord Jesus Christ and no other person or identity. "He that honoureth not the Son honoureth not the Father which has sent him (John 5:23)".
Please read my posts, and then you will know. (Right hand column)

Also, because you don't believe in the Lord Jesus Christ it is impossible for you to understand (Ex. 3:13-14) etc. Jesus Himself said that "Moses wrote about me" (John 5:46).

Earl, I would like you to know that I am not against you in any way, but I am against that devilish doctrine the Trinity who has polluted your heart.
Lots of love
Paul

March 24, 2010 8:03 PM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Earl; it always troubles me when people don't believe in Jesus Christ.
Trinitarians say as a cliché that they believe in Jesus, but what they really mean is 'ALSO' in Jesus just like the Muslims and Jehovah Witnesses etc.
In their deception they preach another person and identity to Jesus Christ to be ALSO a god, a god with no name, an unknowable god or identity who nobody can know.
In doing so, they take all the Glory which belongs to Jesus Christ and ascribe it to that other god-person or identity.

Earl, it would profit you much more to judge this devilish doctrine 'the Trinity' then to study the Puritans.
There is a serious charge in the Bible, that the Lord will punish all those who do not know God (2 Thes. 1:8).
Every Muslim, Jehovah Whiteness and Catholic etc. knows about God, but that does not mean that they know God.
The conflict we have is that I say Jesus is Lord alone and you are saying that somebody else is the Lord God.

Concerning the Name of God
If you would have studied the Old Testament, then surely you would have noticed that no one throughout the entire Old Testament knew His Name.
That is because His Name had not been given till He was born into His own creation (Luke 1:31), 'and you shall give him the Name JESUS'.
From that day forth, the whole creation knew God’s Name 'JESUS'!

Have you ever noticed that God’s Name 'JESUS CHRIST' is the only Name to be blasphemed and taken in vain in every nation and language?
Perhaps that is because the Bible says, "There is no other Name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved" Acts 4:12.

For this reason Satan tries to discredit that Name which is above every name and degrades it to just a name but not the Name of God, and so most Trinitarian fall for Satan's deception that has blinded their minds to believe that lie.

I AM, YHWH, God and Lord are not names, but are titles and descriptions of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Enough for now Paul.

March 28, 2010 12:22 AM   Edit
Blogger Josh said...

I see Paul, this is your agenda. To fight against Trinitarianism. Then I am curious as to your explanation of Luke 3:21-22. I have heard the trinity (though I am not 100% comfortable with the label since as you have pointed out it is not found in scripture) explained like this, I am one person, yet I have different roles. I am a husband to my wife, a son to my earthly father, and a father to my son. Is it so hard to believe that God also has different roles but can distinuish them more than a human being? He is still one God, yet able to take on multiple roles in multiple places and still be one God. If you just call me names and labels I will not dialogue with you about this, but if you show your point of view from scripture and explain the scriptures that (at least to me) seemingly disprove your view then we can get somewhere.

May 08, 2010 1:47 AM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Thanks Josh; you are not 100% comfortable with the Trinity because the spirit in you tells you that it is not true.

On the other hand you face a problem with certain Scripture passages which seemingly make out that God is many identities.

Remember, I am not disputing whether God (Jesus) fulfils different roles in His creation or not. His role in His creation is a creator, a Father, a Son, a comforter, a bridegroom and a savior etc. but that does not make Him to be three persons or identities.

Jesus made that clear; "Hear O Israel the Lord our God the Lord is ONE"! [Mark 12:29]
Consequently He is not THREE.

So then Luke 3:21-22 is a confirmation by the Spirit and the Word (voice), that the ONE standing in the water is the ONE!

You said; "He is still one God, yet able to take on multiple roles in multiple places and still be God."
Yes Josh, I fully agree with you, but then please tell me which ONE??

May 09, 2010 5:32 PM   Edit
Blogger Josh said...

If the Spirit is not part of God, than what is it? And how do you identify voice as word? The Greek word is phone (pronounced fown-ay), not even close to "word" which is logos. And the voice says you are my beloved son, with you I am well pleased. It would not be much of a leap to come to the conclusion that the owner of the voice is the Father and the Father is not Jesus since he is obviously on the earth.

And you still didn't answer my question about Jesus in the garden. Who does he pray to in Luke 22:39-43 and and who does he pray to on the cross (Luke 23:34) and who does he cry out to while on the cross (Mark 15:33-34). Is he praying to himself? How can he say to himself "not my will be done but yours". There are two wills going on here. How can he cry out to himself "my God, why have you forsaken me?" The doctrine of the trinity has it's pitfalls, however, in my opinion it is the best way to describe something that is indescribable. Because we have to reconcile these seemingly different personalities found in the NT with the Shema which Jesus quoted in Mark 12:29. I am just trying to point out to you that it's not as cut and dried as you seem to think it is.

May 12, 2010 9:33 PM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Josh;
Your first question, "If the Spirit is not a part of God, then what is it?"
The Spirit is definitely not a part or an attachment to God as you think, the Spirit 'IS' God! [John 4:24]
If there would be more parts, persons or identities to God then He would be two or three, a Trinity of persons.
Unthinkable!
This would be universal (Catholic) theology regardless of denominational names, which amounts to polytheism a transgression of the first commandment of the Lord.

The Scripture is clear on that, that there is only one God and that is the Spirit [John 4:24] and that Spirit is the Lord Jesus [2 Cor. 3:17].
In simple words, that Spirit was clothed in flesh (veiled in flesh the incarnate deity) and we beheld His glory as the only begotten Son of God, full of grace and truth.

Josh, if you could understand and believe that, then you surely understand all those passages you have quoted.
In your theology, without fail you will always end up with many gods.

Second question; "and how do you identify voice as word?"
In these things you should look to Jesus and not to the Greek.
A voice always says something, a 'word' and that word came from the living word Jesus Christ who created all things in the beginning [Gen. 1:3] and [John 1:1-5].
The voice came from the Spirit, the Spirit of Jesus Christ so that you would believe that He is the only 'one', and not one of three.

Also your conclusion is unbiblical, since Jesus is the Father, "From now on you do know him and have 'SEEN' him"! [John 14:7]
Seen Him, where?
In the water of course!

May 16, 2010 2:42 PM   Edit
Blogger Josh said...

Here's the problem Paul. I worship one God who is Jesus, who is the Spirit, who is God yet you say I am a polytheist. I, and many others have chosen to take the 3 major roles God takes in scripture and explain it with what I see as a theory called the trinity. It is not backed by scripture, it is an attempt to explain the strange picture we see in scripture of God who is in heaven, yet sends his son to earth, and then the son must leave for another to come the comforter (The Spirit). I just wonder if we are arguing more over wording and theories than actual belief. Please don't pick the easy questions I gave you. How do you explain Jesus' prayers just before and during his passion? How can Jesus be God yet not consider equality with God something to be grasped (Phil. 2:6-11)? How do you explain this relationship between God and Jesus who are each other yet are still somehow different from each other?

May 19, 2010 2:56 AM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Josh;
I'm glad to hear that you worship one God who is Jesus, who is the Spirit.
But remember that is the quote I gave you from the Bible, and I have no doubt that you believe the Scriptures.
Trinitarianism teaches that God is three persons in one God and not three roles.

You said that God sends his son to the earth; are you saying that God sent another person or identity to the earth?
And if so; does the second person (identity) send a third person (identity) the comforter the Spirit?

To which person or identity did Jesus pray to?

May 20, 2010 11:26 PM   Edit
Blogger Josh said...

So, here's my frustration. I don't think God is three persons but I don't think that he is one being as we understand one being. I don't think that your view is completely in line with scripture nor do I think that Trinitarians are completely in line with scripture.

You quoted John 1 earlier. If your view were correct, why doesn't John 1 simply read "In the beginning was the Word and the Word was God." But that's not how it reads. It reads "The Word was WITH God and the Word WAS God." And further on in chapter 1 John says that the Word or Son came FROM the Father. In my opinion, there is no understanding this until we get to heaven. Your view is too simplistic and Trinitarians add to the scripture.

You still haven't answered who Jesus prayed to in the garden or who he prays to in John 17, neither did you answer the strange relationship found in Philippians 2. Try addressing some of those scriptures with your logic. I don't think your understanding holds up.

May 22, 2010 2:20 AM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

If God is not one being as we understand it, then He certainly would be two or three beings (a Trinity) as some think they understand.
Throughout all Scripture God is called 'HE', and it is impossible for Him to be many, 'HE' is always ONE, just like the Lord is ONE!
From Genesis to Revelation the Bible speaks of ONE God and that God does not change, He is the same yesterday, today and forever.

I preach, teach and proclaim that that one God is the Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth, and beside Him there is no other person, identity or spirit who is included in God.

Josh; I do understand and believe all that on this side of heaven,:-) and so should you!
It is not good enough to think or assume that nobody knows or understands all that.
Jesus said, "If you Josh do not 'KNOW' that I Am He, you will die in your sins." [John 8:24]
Now, that 'HE' is the only one God of the Bible!

If you fail to believe and know that; how then can you understand John 1 and John 17 and Phil. 2 and many more?
As it is, you still think and believe that there is another person or identity next to Jesus who is also a God, and worst of all it demands from you that you worship and pray to two or more identities or gods.
Israel had the same problem, they burned incense in their hearts to other gods and when He came to His own, and they received Him not, but rejected and crucified Him.

May 23, 2010 10:58 PM   Edit
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Anonymous zareena said...

Very interesting.I do not know any puritans and was only interested because i watched the film, 'the crucable' But i am rather confused in that i still do not know weather puritans believe Jesus to be the Son of God. I assume they only believe Jesus is God and they do not believe jesus to be the Son of God. Please clear this up for me.

December 29, 2010 5:24 AM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

'insect repellent' and 'qsc85213' thanks for your acknowledgement.

zareena;
The statement "Jesus to be the Son of God" is a very broad statement and it means different things to different people today and among the puritans in their days.

The more important question is, what does that mean to you?

If you believe that Jesus is the Son of another person called 'God', then you would have a serious problem, and Jesus would not be the Lord God the Almighty but the other person who is called 'God'.
If the other person is the Lord God the Almighty and Jesus is His Son who is also a God (equal or not), then you would believe in two gods, and that is dangerous thinking and believing.

So then, what is the truth?
The truth is that Jesus is nobody's son! He is the Lord God the Almighty who is Spirit (John 4:24) clothed Himself in flesh, and became like one of us in appearance (a man) 'Emanuel', and in that sense He is CALLED the Son of God, just like He is called the 'Lamb of God' and certainly He is NOT a Lamb.

'Jesus the Son of God' is a terminology or metaphor just like the Lamb.

zareena; the hardest thing for any human being or Christian is to believe that Jesus Christ is the only one person to be the Lord God the Almighty, the creator of heaven and earth and that beside Him there is NO OTHER person, spirit or identity who is also a God.
Flesh and blood can not reveal that to you, but only my Father who is in heaven.

Just imagine, you would walk along the street and your friend would introduce you to the carpenter from the next town (Nazareth) and say that he is the one who created the universe and everything therein.

What would you think?

I surely can tell you what you would think if you would be in your right mind.

January 09, 2011 10:28 AM   Edit
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February 03, 2011 8:51 PM   Edit
Blogger Sharon Bennett Bohnenberger said...

You claim that Christians who follow the doctrine of the Trinity are polytheists. The is neither room nor time here to list the flaws in your logic. Suffice it to say that you completely overlooked the times that Jesus spoke of "my Father who sent me," or the times that He prayed to His Father. "He was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit," yet I am aware of no means by which one can conceive themselves. You, yourself, said, "They ALL will perish, because they did not believe in the only one whom God has sent ( John 5:38), Jesus Christ the Lord." Did God send Jesus, or did Jesus send Himself? The claim that Christians are polytheists has been argued many times before, and always debunked. Father, Son and Spirit, one God. I am wife, mother, daughter, friend, neighbor, etc. and no one has yet accused me of being multiple persons, or accused my husband of being a polygamist.

June 10, 2011 3:18 PM   Edit
Blogger Sharon Bennett Bohnenberger said...

You should really change the name of your blog, or maybe take the time to learn what the puritans actually believe. I read your blog after you posted a comment to mine on a friend's blog. As long as the ones telling me that I am hellbound are guys like you, I know that I will be just fine. I hope you soon find the guidance that you so desperately need. Much love, ~ S.

June 10, 2011 3:31 PM   Edit
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was just reading some of your beliefs and even if they are biblical it is still wrong to get into arguing the Bible. I don't really know what puritans believe I was just noticing though there seems to be a big problem within Christianity with condemning others. Jesus said He came not to condemn the world , but that the world through Him might be saved.

September 21, 2012 11:56 AM   Edit
Blogger Paul G said...

Anonymous;
Jesus also said, "Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I have come to turn a man against his father, a daughter against her mother.......etc."

September 22, 2012 7:25 PM   Edit
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am Roman Catholic a know that who ever happens to be the Pope at the time is the Vicar of Christ on earth and he is not the, or a precursor to, Antichrist.

November 08, 2014 9:52 AM   Edit

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