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Praying to Jesus is absolutely not Idol worshipping as the question States . As we all know God is holy trinity . The Father , The Son and the Holy Spirit . Reference Genesis 1:26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over ...


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It depends on a number of factors: acceptance of the Trinity, how one defines "son", and so on. For example, there's not much room for them to be brothers in Trinitarian theology. According to the Trinity, Jesus is not a separate person from God the Father, while pretty much everyone (Trinitarian or otherwise) accepts that Satan most certainly is a separate ...


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Before Jesus, "flesh-and-blood" monotheistic prophets could only address God through what later was termed Apophatic theology. The "introduction" of Jesus brings in what was later termed Cataphatic theology. This significant change made the concept of God much more accessible to humanity than before.


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All of the above He was the God of Isaac and Abraham, he was messiah that was prophesied would come into the world, and he was a prophet during his ministry. Messiah:A form of an Aramaic and Hebrew word meaning “the anointed.” In the New Testament Jesus is called the Christ, which is the Greek equivalent of Messiah. It means the anointed Prophet, Priest, ...


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To understand it, let us break it down into the form of a verb: to make, create and beget. You make dinner, or a dress, or a house. All have a form or structure, but take nothing from the cook, the dressmaker or contractor. They only take from the ingredients or materials they are made from. Now if you create something as in art, it will take an essence ...


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Simply put, the Father and the Son existed as an all-invisible Spirit, one in unity, not one in person in a universe that was an empty void. In order for anything to be created, one had to step down from being fully and all-spirit God. The Fathers form has never changed, nor has anyone ever heard his voice. Proverbs 8:22-31. Initial sacrifice in order for us ...



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