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revised What is the Christian definition of “God”?
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answered What is the Christian definition of “God”?
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accepted According to Roman Catholic doctrine, does the incorruptible body possess blood?
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comment How do we know Jesus is God incarnate?
@LemuelAdane: 1. Why would your representative say that, i.e. "I and the king are one"? 2. There is a greater savior and a lesser savior, according to you? Thankfully in the Bible there is nothing so confusing as that.
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comment What is the reason and meaning of the symbols on the garments worn by Temple-worthy LDS members?
Kind of spooky. Even Jesus himself taught openly. John 18:20: Jesus answered him, I spake openly to the world; I ever taught in the synagogue, and in the temple, whither the Jews always resort; and in secret have I said nothing.
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comment How could Stephen be stoned without a trial and conviction in front of the Roman Governor?
Simple. Not everyone obeyed the law, whether that of Moses, or that of the Roman legislature.
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comment Is Mary, “Mother of God”, the mother of the Son or of the whole trinity?
To be precise, Mary is "the mother of God the Son." That would eliminate the confusion for everyone.
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answered What does the Bible say about giving one's word?
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comment Can we at some point take on a Divine Nature?
@MSKI: We should note that the text never says we become anything. It merely says we are "sharers in the divine nature." Thus, the real question is "How are we sharers in the divine nature?" and certainly not "Do humans become God?" If God is spirit (in nature), and the Holy Spirit is indeed spirit, and God, don't we share/ participate in the divine nature when the Holy Spirit indwells us? See 2 Cor. 13:14: ἡ κοινωνία τοῦ Ἁγίου Πνεύματος.
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comment “Holy Spirit” vs “Holy Ghost”
I think DJ Clayworth answered it satisfactorily. :) There's no difference...which is obvious when we look at the original Greek, since the underlying Greek from which those two phrases are translated is identical.
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comment Can we at some point take on a Divine Nature?
Well, that's just his opinion. Because the Holy Spirit (who is God) indwells us; we share in God's actual nature. And, by sharing in His actual nature, we also share in the qualities (at least some of them) of His nature, which includes holiness. So, I think Meyer is only half-right, because he seems to dismiss the very nature entirely, and only focuses on the qualities of the nature. I think it's both. I definitely do not believe in the doctrine of theosis, whereby humans actually become God in nature.
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answered Can we at some point take on a Divine Nature?
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revised What does INRI stand for?
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