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According to Trinitarians, can non-Trinitarians experience regeneration, sanctification and a Spirit-led life despite not believing in the Trinity?

Formal proof P1: The Roman Catholic Church is a Christian faith that espouses the Trinitarian creeds of the 4th & 5th centuries. P2: The Roman Catholic Church accepts Polycarp of Smyrna as a ...
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According to Trinitarians, can non-Trinitarians experience regeneration, sanctification and a Spirit-led life despite not believing in the Trinity?

The answer has 2 components which I will put in one statement If it is not your fault that your knowledge of God is defective then, yes, your efforts to live by conscience (and to continue ...
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How do those who interpret John 10:30 as a claim to full divine equality by Jesus also interpret John 10:29, which says the Father is greater?

How do those who interpret John 10:30 as a claim to full divine equality by Jesus also interpret John 10:29, which says the Father is greater? Jesus has two natures, one human and the other divine. ...
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How do those who interpret John 10:30 as a claim to full divine equality by Jesus also interpret John 10:29, which says the Father is greater?

1. It's a paradoxical statement Such a statement is constructed for effect, and careful consideration of whether you have a contradiction, or why one statement takes priority is mandated at such times....
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Has any trinitarian these days ever come across an argument for proof of the deity of Christ that goes like this:

An argument could also be made similarly. The only entity that can save anyone (defined as ensuring eternal life with God because sins are paid for) is God. Jesus saves. Therefore, Jesus is God.
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Has any trinitarian these days ever come across an argument for proof of the deity of Christ that goes like this:

I have never heard any Trinitarian put forward such a simplistic argument. The first hurdle to clear is to define “God”. The second hurdle is to define what is meant by “Jesus saves”. Let me ...
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According to Trinitarians, does Tuggy get Jesus' argument at John 10:33-36 right?

Certainly if the Jews thought that Jesus was merely claiming to be the Messiah, this argument would be valid. Because that is Jesus' argument: if He is the Messiah, calling Himself such is not ...
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