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comment Do any Christian groups refer to God as “she”, “it” or “they”? (Or is it always “He”?)
@BrianHitchcock That is a ridiculous statement. What I'm saying is that God existed before the creation of the Universe. He is spiritual--not physical. God did not have a physical body until the incarnation. As such, His masculinity was not defined by any design of a physical body. If gender is merely physical, then God would have to have a physical body to be masculine. It seems, though, that masculinity is not merely physical.
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comment Do any Christian groups refer to God as “she”, “it” or “they”? (Or is it always “He”?)
A key point is that the Bible refers to God as "He" and never "She". This applies to the Father, Son and Spirit. True Christianity has always run counter to secular philosophies, and it always will. It should not be changed to accommodate non-Christian biases. It is not ours to tell God what gender He is. It should be noted, though, that God's masculinity is not biological. The Son did become a Man biologically, but even the Son's masculinity was before His incarnation.
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comment What is the physical evidence for a global flood?
A local flood does not fit the narrative. Why would God ask Noah to build such a large boat and gather up so many animals? Why not just tell him to go on vacation for a few weeks? Otherwise, it would be a whole lot of wasted effort. Thus, if it were a local flood, then the account of Noah is completely absurd. If, however, he did build a boat and gather all the animals, then the idea of a local flood is completely absurd.
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revised When Jesus was nailed to the cross, did the nails go through his hands or through his wrists?
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