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where was Jesus God? on earth or in heaven?

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Started: 1/11/2016 Category: Religion
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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mcpansuriya

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God is always with us..
Means its here.
:)
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Posted by BIBLETHUMPER 1 year ago
BIBLETHUMPER
I confused
Posted by MakeSensePeopleDont 1 year ago
MakeSensePeopleDont
You never defined the word "God" which can mean "divine nature" as was the definition in use throughout the texts quoting Jesus as stating on a number of occasions that he is "God". However, as this clarification was not made in your challenge, your use of the word "God" must refer to the widely known definition; this being THE God or Gods, almighty one, etc. In Christianity, this is know as a trinity or being in the state of three beings: God is "The Father, The Son, and The Holy Ghost; three distinctly separate beings.

These are inherently different. There is argument by practicing members of the religions on Jesus' cries to "God" from the cross, but careful study of the religions as well as the FACTUAL and PROVEN life of Jesus gives the understanding that he is referring to the Divine Nature. This is the same as the Divine Nature within each practicing member of the teachings; as Jesus suffered for our sins, successfully cleansing Christians of all sins, we are born without sin and as a part of the Divine Nature. So, each practicing member of society who has been baptized and repents for their sins holds a stronger connection as a part of the Divine Nature. So, just as Jesus was eluding to, every baptized human is a "Demigod".

So, those who are baptized Christians reading this, feel free to go forth into the world my friend, and introduce yourself not as (insert name) an American (or what-have-you), but instead begin to introduce yourself by name followed by the title "DEMIGOD"

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