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# Jesus is God incarnate.

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 Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point Started: 3/7/2008 Category: Religion Updated: 10 years ago Status: Voting Period Viewed: 3,200 times Debate No: 3126
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Posted by LTIUAFO 6 years ago
Check you concept of infinity! If i have an infinite number of apples and I take away ONE apple, how many apples do I have?

Jesus and God are ONE AND THE SAME! Just like Jesus and The Holy Spirit are ONE AND THE SAME!

Posted by coolman 10 years ago
I hardly think you can disprove the trinity using algebra. How can this work when you can't put a numerical value on God in the first place. But if I had to argue your little 'equation' using your logic, I would say:

GOD = Father + Son + Holy Spirit
GOD = X + Y + Z

ONE FORM OF GOD = Father
GOD/3 = X

Although there is no way a person can assign proportions to the value of each form of God (i.e. which form exists in the highest quantity), that is the best way I could algebraically refute your argument.
Posted by byebyepats 10 years ago
a strong flaw in my arguement??? Its funny you can't point out that flaw.
Posted by Danielle 10 years ago
I'm not a practicing Catholic, however, a strong flaw in Con's debate is that he is simply not grasping the concept of the trinity. He keeps turning it around to reflect his beliefs and the point that he is trying to make. However his point is incorrect. So even though I don't BELIEVE in the trinity, I understand it, and Con's arguments against it really made little sense even though it was well researched and documented.

Anyhoo, polka's arguments were based more on reasoning then documented sources, however, I think that was all it took to win this debate. Good job to both of you though.
Posted by byebyepats 10 years ago
I think you need to read my response again. No where do I imply that the trinity refers to 3 gods.

I clearly state that the 3 parts = God, according to the trinity. Not the other way around.
Posted by Agent_D 10 years ago
Im a catholic, I strongly disagree that Jesus is no a God, he is and he claimed it.
Posted by byebyepats 10 years ago
yes this debate is simply whether Jesus is God or not. I am a believer in the God of Abraham.
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