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Why do you deny the Father and the Spirit?

Submitted: 5/8/2012
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Question: How come the word makes a clear distinction between the persons of the Godhead? Why do they talk to each other? For example,'The Lord said to my Lord sit at my right'. Or 'This is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased'. Or 'let us create man in our likeness?'... There is a plethora more scripture showing this. Rom.8:34 Who is to condemn? Christ Jesus is the one who died—more than that, who was raised—who is at the right hand of God, who indeed is interceding for us... This isn't a unique verse but there are many that assert jesus is our mediator or the one who intercedes for us to his Father?! Jesus is the word and the word is God (John 1). No one is saying Jesus isn't God, but you seem to deny the Father and Holy Spirit!! Good Talk

Answer: We certainly DO NOT deny the Father or the Holy Spirit. We believe that Jesus was the Father Himself manifested in the flesh and that He indwells believers by His Spirit. You seem to be suggesting that there is more than one God. This is polytheism. Maybe you could explain why there appears to be conversation between the supposed members of the trinity. If God is one, wouldn't this mean that God talks to Himself? Please explain.