God and Omniscience

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Post by Anonymous » Sun Jan 02, 2005 7:39 pm

Rev 6:16 and Rev 7:10 seem to offer up that two are present. There are many more verses that just mention one figure and one throne. Not quite sure what the theology is on this. I always figured God would be manifest as the Father and as the Son. Like when Jesus is resurected, he ascends and sits down at the right hand of the Father. I think Judgment and Revelation will look like that.

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Post by Mastermind » Sun Jan 02, 2005 7:43 pm

Him who sits on the throne is the father, as the father rules in heaven. jesus's person rules on earth while the Spirit rules within us. Or something like that...

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