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Jehovah's witnesses does not believe there are multiple gods. They believe there are only one God. Some verses, like the one we are discussing about may be confusing, indeed. According to JW, Jesus is not THE God, but referred as a god. This is because of his role in God's plan. http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1200002451#h=20:90-20:883 For more ...


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The first thing to understand is the JW believe there are multiple Gods. Jesus is A God, but not The God. This verse is actually used to separate Jesus Christ from Jehovah. Isaiah 9:6 calls Jesus the Mighty God. Exodus 6:3 Declares Jehovah as God Almighty. Each distinct and separate titles. Exodus 6:3 And I appeared unto Abraham, unto Isaac, and unto ...


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Check out at least these The Thomist articles:(note: the following is not an exhaustive listing of all The Thomist's articles on this topic) "Aquinas on Nature, Hypostasis, & the Metaphysics of the Incarnation" "Albert the Great & Thomas Aquinas on Person, Hypostasis, & Hypostatic Union," and especially:Jason L. A. West's "Aquinas on the ...


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A basis for understanding can be found in the Council of Chalcedon: "We, then, following the holy Fathers, all with one consent, teach men to confess one and the same Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, the same perfect in Godhead and also perfect in manhood; truly God and truly man, of a reasonable [rational] soul and body; consubstantial [coessential] with the ...


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Trinitarians believe that Jesus being human does not contradict his status as God (or as the Spirit). Even though Jesus is God, he made himself into physical human being, and through this he was able to experience life fully as a man. Philippians 2:5-8 KJV Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: Who, being in the form of God, thought it ...


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Yes, and not only is it a severe misunderstanding of pretty much all of our doctrine to think we believe otherwise, but there are also so many scriptures that could be cited in this regard, that one answer probably can't cover all of this question. I try to use the most clear scriptures I can find. Obviously there are many New Testament scriptures that ...


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@SanJacinto - you asked "How is it that if every sin has been paid for that we are still able to speak in terms of particular redemption, meaning that some set of men will still pay for their sins in eternal hell? What makes this work? " It is because the Atonement is not the same as Justification, but note I am not coming from an American Confessional ...


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It's not so much that he foreshadows Christ, but rather Absalom is a type of Satan. Just as Absalom had no blemish from head to toe and was handsome and even the hair of his head was of great value, which caused vanity in him, so to was the devil at one time perfect in all his ways, but he rebelled against the LORD just like Absalom rebelled against David. ...



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