In a conversation about the Greatest Spirit Being - God - how do you know what is or is not rubbish, but by the writings of His prophets? Conjecture is simply guesswork. The prophets all affirmed that the holiness of God required a sacrifice for Him to forgive sins. You can call that rubbish - you can quote Jewish theologians who will disagree with me - but if you are a Muslim you have to admit in the end that the word of a prophet trumps the word of the expert theologian.<quoted text>
That Jesus was the final sacrifice, is absurd!
And the claim that Jesus is God is also absurd and rubbish. There is nothing from
Jesus' own mouth on this post-Jesus 4th-7th Century junk and stuff.
Yes, you need to be corrected. Did Jesus ever speak of this so-called 'God the
Father' character? Never! Who came up
The need for sacrifice stands.
Isaiah said there would come a final sacrifice for sin, and he identified it as Jehovah's Servant. Other passages identify this Servant as King Messiah.
We believe Jesus is King Messiah.
And we do not believe that depending on His sacrifice is rubbish.
The best you can throw at me is the words of your experts.
I respond with the words of the prophets.