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I think this is a question of terminology as well as being a question of theology. I’ll try to address both. The vast majority of branches of Christianity will divide the world up into groups which look roughly like this: Us (the people who agree with us theologically, and associate with us); People we disagree with on minor matters; People we disagree ...


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I actually do not see a problem here. The Jehovah's Witness group teaches that God the Father created Jesus first (source), then Jesus created everything else (source). So they do believe that Jesus existed before his incarnation. To the Jews, this is an irrelevant distinction. It is blasphemous either way. "Jesus is God" = blasphemy - stone him "Jesus ...


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It can be so easy to misinterpret things in the Bible therefore it is best not to make assumptions. Sticking to what the Bible actually says rather than one's own logical conclusions is paramount. This means making a clear distinction between what we know and what we conclude. What we know: God told Moses that his name is Jehovah. Exodus 6:3 reads: "And I ...



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