posted on Nov, 1 2011 @ 10:21 AM
reply to post by JB1234
The Trinity Doctrine adopted by Christendom is not scriptural. . .
No kidding. Did you miss the part where I said I am Arian? You
are not more Arian than I am, so why the lecture? Or do you think I am kidding?
YHWH is a southern substitute for the norther Baal. They did not like the fact that Baal was too closely associated with Hell, so they incorporated
elements from El, to make a hybrid tribal god who would fight wars, like Baal, but be around all the time and not spend a large part of the year in
Hell, like El. Eventually this amalgamation-god was given higher status, and assumed more and more of El's attributes, to where he replaced El,
altogether, as a tribal god.
I go along with the idea of rejecting YHWH, the evil god of hell and death, along with rejecting primitive tribalism, to go back to the God who was
btw: Jesus is the replacement for Baal, the son of God, where now we have the son of man.
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