Originally posted by RBHILL
Answer: The Bible is clear that all people are God’s creation (Colossians 1:16) but that only those who are born again are children of God (John 1:12: John 11:52: Romans 8:16: 1 John 3:1-10).
Please, RBHILL, explain what St John 11:52 has to do with either:
1) Being a child of God
2) Being 'born again' (which you KNOW isn't what it says in the
second chapter of St John, since we discussed, an length the exegisis
of that phrase to definitively mean 'Born of the Spirit'
In fact, NONE of those passages have anything to do with being
'Born from the Spirit (misrendered 'again'
,' so I fail to see why the
author of that sentence would make that claim.
Also, I would like you to comment on 1 John 3:2b
We do know that when it is revealed we shall be like him for
we shall see him as he is.
I might add that this is part of the justification for the Mormon
Doctrine of 'becoming gods' which is so woefully misunderstood and
misrepresented by non-Mormons.