So, your issue is that you believe that the Trinity says that Father and Son are the same person?Blessed wrote: ↑Fri Jul 27, 2018 12:09 amThat's a great example. This is what I am talking about. Water, Ice, Vapor, it's not the same now is it... it's three different things ..RickD wrote: ↑Thu Jul 26, 2018 11:59 amBut ice is not liquid water, therefore ice is not water.
It doesn't matter that both frozen water and liquid water have the same chemical composition. If ice is not liquid, it's not water.
Water was first and is therefore God over ice and vapor.
It doesn't say that.
Jesus being God is like saying that Tom is Human.
Father, Son and HS are all God just as Tom, Bill and Betty are all human.
Different persons, same nature.
Now, in the case of God, there is only ONE so I can see where things get a little tricky and no is denying that.
That said, there is NO REASON to think that a being can exist as ONE but THREE identities.
If God is Ominpotent ( which He must be if He is God) then God can be anything that God IS.
Remember, the term God is more a "title" or a something that defines attributes ( Omnipotent, Omniscient, Omnipresent, Eternal, etc) than anything else. It isn't a "name".