How do Trinitarians explain that Jesus himself claims He is a man who has heard things from God at John 8:40?
How do Trinitarians who argue the 'ego eimi' at John 8:58 ought to be translated 'I AM' explain the lack of reactions to the same phrase?
What are the predominant Christian views on whether Jesus had to specifically die by crucifixion? Could he have chosen another kind of death?
How do those who hold Jesus = God in the Trinitarian sense account for Paul's reticence to state this clearly and consistently?
What is the biblical basis for Jesus' eternal pre-existence (as opposed to having been created a long time ago)?
How do those who hold Trinitarian doctrine existed from the earliest days of the church explain the lack of debate about it in the New Testament?
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