Ok, I went to the British Council and they told me to tell you that who other than god can be godhead?<quoted text>
Go to the nearest British Council and ask them to help you in understanding my post:
Haven't you heard it is being said all the time that the Father is God, the son is God and the Holy Ghost is God?
Haven't you also heard it being said all the time that the Father is not the Son and not the Ghost, the Son is not the Father and not the Ghost and the Ghost is not the Father and not the Son?
And that these three are distinct and co-equal. They talk about a Godhead, not God.
So, how does the example of water, steam and ice fit this nonsense? Please try to explain, if you are not confused.
What is crystal clear to you is that the Father (Water) became Jesus (ice cube), had himself killed, got up, became Father (Water) again and some times came as a Ghost (Steam or Vapour). Is that so? "
How many thousands of trustworthy ahaadith (plural of hadith) do you want me to quote here?
They also said that the Father (Water) didn't become Jesus (ice cube) but god did. The example of H2O shows how one thing can become three different things from each other, and yet they are always H2O. That was the point.
The council noted that you keep saying hope that Stefano see what Shamma posted, but they said that Shamma should write, hope that Stefano see bmz's posts, as they are amazed how you cant grasp the Trinity and make such mistakes.
Your intelligence is not that different from Shamma, both of you are the two faces of the same coin. Well, that was my thought, but the British Council agreed.