1. The moral highground
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    10 Apr '06 15:46
    If were all gods children whats so specal about Jesus?
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    10 Apr '06 16:18
    Originally posted by Brother Edwin
    If were all gods children whats so specal about Jesus?
    He can spell 😕 Makes him easier to understand
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    10 Apr '06 16:192 edits
    Originally posted by widget
    He can spell 😕 Makes him easier to understand
    Can you prove this?
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    10 Apr '06 16:38
    Originally posted by Brother Edwin
    If were[sic] all gods[sic] children whats[sic] so specal[sic] about Jesus?
    Only that He is God.
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    10 Apr '06 16:43
    Then why refer to him as the son of god and make that his "thing".
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    10 Apr '06 16:55
    Originally posted by Brother Edwin
    Then why refer to him as the son of god and make that his "thing".
    I have a suspicion that the doctrine of the Trinity is a little above what this thread has to offer. Perhaps a link would suffice:

    http://www.answers.com/trinity

    Have fun. 😏
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    10 Apr '06 17:391 edit
    Originally posted by Halitose
    I have a suspicion that the doctrine of the Trinity is a little above what this thread has to offer. Perhaps a link would suffice:

    http://www.answers.com/trinity

    Have fun. 😏
    The trinity is one of the biggest mysteries of christianity. The very word trinity implies that God suffers from a multiple personality disorder - or at the very least that he enjoys a good game of roleplaying from time to time - (how original of me, eh?) but it also leaves one open to the question: What other characters are hosted by God's essence that christians aren't willing to recognise?

    Perhaps trinity is actually a bad word to describe his entire being.
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    11 Apr '06 00:27
    Originally posted by stocken
    The trinity is one of the biggest mysteries of christianity. The very word trinity implies that God suffers from a multiple personality disorder - or at the very least that he enjoys a good game of roleplaying from time to time - (how original of me, eh?) but it also leaves one open to the question: What other characters are hosted by God's essence that chri ...[text shortened]... willing to recognise?

    Perhaps trinity is actually a bad word to describe his entire being.
    Maybe there's eight of him?
    The buddhist eightfold way ...

    Or maybe he's a computer programmer's dream and there's 16 of him.

    He does sound a little schizophrenic ...
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    11 Apr '06 00:57
    Originally posted by amannion
    Maybe there's eight of him?
    The buddhist eightfold way ...

    Or maybe he's a computer programmer's dream and there's 16 of him.

    He does sound a little schizophrenic ...
    And how come its always a 'he'? Does that imply it is male and therefore needs female gods? Does that imply it has to reproduce?
    Doesn't the bible call it 'he' about 10,000 times?
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    11 Apr '06 01:00
    Originally posted by Brother Edwin
    whats so specal about Jesus?
    Less than some seem to think.
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    11 Apr '06 01:08
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    And how come its always a 'he'? Does that imply it is male and therefore needs female gods? Does that imply it has to reproduce?
    Doesn't the bible call it 'he' about 10,000 times?
    Represents he is a father figure, authuritive. Plus in those days men had power.
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    11 Apr '06 01:46
    Originally posted by stocken
    The trinity is one of the biggest mysteries of christianity. The very word trinity implies that God suffers from a multiple personality disorder - or at the very least that he enjoys a good game of roleplaying from time to time - (how original of me, eh?) but it also leaves one open to the question: What other characters are hosted by God's essence that chri ...[text shortened]... willing to recognise?

    Perhaps trinity is actually a bad word to describe his entire being.
    It's a fairly simple concept. God is the divine equivalent of a three-layer burrito.
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    11 Apr '06 01:58
    Originally posted by bbarr
    It's a fairly simple concept. God is the divine equivalent of a three-layer burrito.
    Praise Cheeses!
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    11 Apr '06 03:58
    Originally posted by LemonJello
    Praise Cheeses!
    Blessed are the Cheesemakers.
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    11 Apr '06 22:10
    Originally posted by Brother Edwin
    If were all gods children whats so specal about Jesus?
    Not everyone is a Child of God.

    You may have been created by God but that doesn't mean that you are a child of God.

    John 1:12 Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God.
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