QUOTE///Well I guess we know where you stand then. What color is the sky there?
My only problem is you started out with one thread, "subliminal" stuff and morphed it into a JW bash. Man, that's convoluted.
BTW, they are Christians. And "no", they don't believe in the trinity. Who would?
Color of the Sky?
WE know ?
Who is WE?
I did start with Subliminal art......I did not morph it into anything!
It's OK for BASHING mainstream Christianity.......but whoever dares touches on the JW'S better watch out!
Your kidding me !
As a Christian I believe.....
The Apostles spoke of the divinity of Christ with complete clarity:
"And we know that the Son of God is come and hath given us understanding, that we may know Him that is true; and we are in Him that is true, even in
His Son Jesus Christ" (1 John 5:20) …
"of whom are the fathers, and from whom, according to the flesh, Christ came, who is over all, God blessed for ever" (Romans 9:5) …
"Looking for that blessed hope and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Savior Jesus Christ" (Titus 2:13) …
"Had they (the Jews) known (the wisdom of God), they would not have crucified the Lord of glory" (1 Cor. 2:8)…
"For in Him (Christ) dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily" (Col. 2:9) … "And beyond controversy, great is the mystery of godliness"
(1 Timothy 3:16).
And in the first and second chapters of his epistle to the Hebrews, St. Paul the Apostle proves conclusively that the Son of God is not a creature
but the Creator and that He is immeasurably superior to all beings created by Him. Angels are simply ministering spirits.
All Christians believe in the Trinity.......
The Jehovas DO NOT!
The First Ecumenical Council was convened in 325 A.D., in the city of Nicea, under the Emperor Constantine I.
This Council was called because of the false doctrine of the Alexandrian priest Arius, who rejected the Divine nature and pre-eternal birth of the
second person of the Holy Trinity,
namely the Divine Son of God the Father, and taught that the Son of God is only the highest creation.
318 bishops participated in this Council, among whom were St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, St. James, bishop of Nisibis, St. Spiridon of Tremithus, and
St. Athanasius, who was at that time a deacon.
The Council condemned and repudiated the heresy of Arius and affirmed the immutable truth, the dogma that the Son of God is true God, born of God the
Father before all ages, and is eternal, as is God the Father; He was begotten, and not made, and is of one essence with God the Father.
In order that all Orthodox Christians may know exactly the true teaching of the faith, it was clearly and concisely summarized in the first of seven
sections of the Creed, or Symbol of Faith.