Hello Lying coward MPD.<quoted text>
1. "I am God in flesh"
John 14:8-9. But I have also explained that my interpretation of this is that he is God in the flesh because everything he did was God doing it through him and he had no will of his own and therefore everything that he did was God doing it in the flesh form of Jesus. You already saw my longer explanation of this.
2. "I am God!"
3. "I am THE only begotten son of God"
4. "I am God in person"
This is a repeat of question 1
5. "I am God Incarnate"
This is a repeat of question 1 and 4
6. "I am THE Father and Father and I are one and the same person"
Does not say that, and I have explained how Jesus can be God on earth, the Son of God also, and also how no one is greater than the Father. I have explained how all three statements can be seen as true from my angle.
7. "I am made of sin"
It says that Jesus became sin, not I am made of sin, which is not to be taken literally. He took all of the past sins and offered himself up as sin itself so that sins can be redeemed. It is symbolic, but also true.
8. "God is a trinity and I am part of that trinity or triune"
I have explained many many many times before that the word "Trinity" is a term that was invented to describe a relationship that people saw between God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Some verses would say this is right, others may not, but my theory on this whole thing, which I have explained, allows for this and can explain this, even if the "exact" word was never used. The "exact" word "Christian" was never mentioned either. It is a word that non Christians people made up for followers of Christ. Nothing wrong with giving a group of people a title and nothing wrong with someone calling themselves that. Everything needs a word if you want to group people into titles.
Then there is Matthew 28:18 and Corinthians2 13:14. Nobody seemed to ask what the heck Paul was talking about when he said that, so the idea was around right from the beginning. He wouldn't have said what he said if his readers were totally unfamiliar with the idea. The only thing that Nicea did was to formalize what was already there for hundreds of years.
9. "I am your God who came to earth in human form as my own son to die on a Roman cross for the sins of Gentiles or the world or the entire humanity/"
He said that in pieces in different places. That was very silly for you to ask for one long, run on sentence like that.
10. "Through belief in my unconditional/loving/willing sacrifice as your God in human form as my own son, you can have eternal life"
John 10:28 14:6 and other verses in those chapters. Jesus did not make long, run on sentences like you are asking that he should.
11. "Therefore, Worship me and the cross"
He did not say the cross, that is merely a symbol of something that Christians believe happened and the cross itself is NOT worshiped any more than Muslims worship merely ink on paper copies of the Quran. I see nothing wrong with it. Jesus didn't recommend any symbols at all and left that up to followers to do. He did not recommend against them either as long as the symbol itself is not worshiped.
12. "Father, ghost and I are co equal, co eternal and consubstantial gods forming a godhead"
Not specifically said, it is a conclusion drawn from many verses. Are people not allowed to draw conclusions? But it is actually not an iron clad requirement for one to believe that to be a Christian. They merely need to believe that Jesus was a physical form of God on earth and died for sins. Christians themselves debate the concept and all still remain Christians. Could be true, might not be. I have made no final decisions on that, nor do I need to.
Do you know what synoptic Gospels mean?
I asked you to start with Mark, remember?
Your brain is like a sieve.
Now go back and get me Mark first...then Matt....then Luke .ok?
Get on with it, MORON.