8 Answers

  1. Jesus is the only begotten son of God,the firstborn of His creation (Colossians 1: 15-17). He is not part of the “trinity”, according to Jesus (John 17: 3). His father is the only true God, and He is subordinate to the Father,as the son should be. The Holy Spirit is the power of God, which God gives to all who ask and to His Jesus in abundance.

  2. Man was created by God in His likeness.

    Man has a spirit, a soul, and a body-three in one.

    But at the same time, the person is one.

    In the same way, God is the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

    And all this is one God – one person in different manifestations.

    God is omnipotent and omnipresent, and for this reason can be anyone in any quantity and time.

    But it is difficult for a person with his linear three-dimensional thinking to realize this.

    But in fact, it looks like this according to the Bible: after the baptism of Christ in the Jordan, God anointed Himself and … this is normal because He can do it and there was a need.

  3. In my reasonable opinion,Jesus,if he
    existed, has
    not existed for 2000 years.He
    was a son,the son of his mother
    and father.But he could not be either”the Holy spirit”
    or” God himself “
    for the reason that
    exists.The universe lives
    according to the laws of physics and chemistry,
    nothing happens in it
    beyond the”natural”.At dawn
    In humanity, all things
    were explained by the tricks
    of innumerable gods.And even now there are
    quite a few tribes who believe in this
    crap.Monotheism is the same crap where quantity
    turned into quality : One God,
    but what a God !However, this is just
    my personal opinion.Was set
    I answered the question briefly, not
    aiming to offend the feelings
    of believers.Sorry for the “crap”.
    Overreacting.If by faith God
    determines what his servant should be,
    then He has not given me faith in Him.
    So I'm not paying much for my disbelief
    and bribes.

  4. The Church speaks about the Incarnation of God — one of the dogmas of the Orthodox faith. The Fourth Ecumenical Council in 451 adopted a dogma that speaks of the union of two natures in Jesus Christ: human and Divine.

    “Therefore, following the Holy Fathers, we all unanimously teach that our Lord Jesus Christ is one and the same Son, one and the same perfect in divinity and perfect in humanity, true God and true Man, one and the same, consisting of a verbal (rational) soul and body, consubstantial with the Father in Divinity and the same consubstantial with us in humanity, similar to us in all things except sin; born of the Father before the ages according to Virgins and Theotokos for Humanity; one and the same Christ, Son, Lord, only-begotten, known in two natures (one at two φύσεσιν) unmerged, invariably, inseparable, inseparably; the distinction of natures It never disappears from their connection, but the properties of each of the two natures are joined in one person and one hypostasis (εις εν πρόσωπον και μίαν υπόστασιν συντρεχούση) so that It is not cut and is not divided into two persons, but He is one and the same Son and only begotten, God the Word, Lord Jesus Christ; just as the prophets of ancient times spoke of It, and as Jesus Christ Himself taught us, and as He gave us the Symbol of the Fathers” – the decree of the Fourth Ecumenical Council.

  5. 'Isa (Jesus), peace be upon him, was neither God, nor the son of God, nor the Holy Spirit. 'Isa (peace be upon him) was a prophet, a messenger, a Word from Allah, a servant of Allah. He was sent only to the Jewish people. He was born miraculously, talked as a baby, and performed miracles with the permission of Allah. Why was all this necessary? Well, first of all, ' Isa (PBUH) was the final prophet in a series of prophets sent only to the Israelites. Second, the hearts of the Jews became so callous that they were no longer impressed by the 'ordinary' prophets. So Allaah sent to them such an outstanding prophet as ' Isa (peace be upon him). But the Jews still did not recognize him, did not appreciate him. In doing so, they angered Allah and insulted the Prophet ' Isa (PBUH). Christians, on the contrary, overestimated him, calling him God, the son of God. By doing so, they also angered Allah and insulted the Prophet ' Isa (peace be upon him). For to exaggerate the merits of someone is as much an insult as to belittle them.

    “The Jews said,' Christians do not follow the straight path.' And the Christians said, ” The Jews do not follow the straight path.” They all read the Scriptures, but the words of the ignorant are like theirs. On the Day of Resurrection, Allah will judge between them about what they used to disagree about.”

  6. Among the main modern Christian denominations is the God – man.

    In Islam – the Prophet.

    Among the old religious and Christian trends are the aeon, the messiah, and the prophet.

    In the midst of modern Jews – a false messiah.

    In history – there is no data about him at the time of his life.

  7. In Christianity, there is a concept of the Trinity, which includes Jesus Christ as a person (who actually lived on earth, suffered and died), the Holy Spirit and God the Father.

    When Jesus Christ lived on earth, he defined God as the Father. After he died, it is assumed that he will sit on the throne and judge. The paternal, royal principle in the deity (characteristic of the Abrahamic religions) is thus combined in Christianity with the human one.

    This is in my opinion a fairly simple concept, very slender in its beauty and logical. It is strange that many people have problems understanding it. L. Tolstoy, for example, called the Trinity confusing and incomprehensible to the people. But he's probably more of a troller.

    This is speaking from a religious point of view.

    If we look at this strictly scientifically, guided by historical sources, we only know that the founder of the religion later called Christanism lived 2000 years ago. If there was a religion at this time, then so would its founder. And nothing more is known.

  8. Jesus is a prophet.

    If he is God, when he defeats the Antichrist, will he go to church and pray to himself? No. He will go to pray to God:)

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