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#1 Tarkus

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Posted 14 September 2007 - 04:23 AM

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#2 Jesse2W

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Posted 09 August 2011 - 05:40 PM

“Let all the Gentiles know that Thou art the God alone, and Jesus Christ is Thy Son, and we are Thy people ...” (1 Clement 59:4)

There I found one... I'm sure there's more. Trinitarians will not convert if it can't be shown people believed the Father alone is God. Having external supports for unitarianism and a working theory of history is the best way to convert trinitarians in my ex-trinitarian opinion.

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Posted 10 October 2017 - 03:58 AM

“Let all the Gentiles know that Thou art the God alone, and Jesus Christ is Thy Son, and we are Thy people ...” (1 Clement 59:4)

There I found one... I'm sure there's more. Trinitarians will not convert if it can't be shown people believed the Father alone is God. Having external supports for unitarianism and a working theory of history is the best way to convert trinitarians in my ex-trinitarian opinion.

 

Then, who is this 'God', referred to in Romans 9:5?

 

And in Hebrews 1:8,9, where the FATHER alone is GOD, HIMSELF calls another, 'God', and 'LORD', in verse 10 (Hebrews 1:10)?






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