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Author Topic:   October, 2010, Posts of the Month
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11-01-2010 10:12 AM


Not too many October POTM
Ringo has a delightful way of making the obvious seem profound.
I want to mention him in this thread.

Author: Ringo
Forum: Social/Religious Issues--Bible Study
Thread: Textual Discrepancies & How They Could Impact Christianity
Message #Message 82

kbertsche writes:

... as we've already discussed, the Bible clearly says that God is one, and that three separate persons are all God. How does one reconcile this without something similar to the Trinity?


Why reconcile it at all? What's the good of reconciling the Bible with itself if the reconciliation causes schisms between Bible believers? Why not just treat two different viewpoints as two different viewpoints? Priceless!

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