Frank, like Mel is another who has ditched ”Religion” to become a Jesus-Follower. He is a committed Trinitarian.
As the doctrine of the Trinity does not feature in the bible and was never even mentioned by Jesus, Frank seemed a little upset when I mentioned that this doctrine is a Church Construct,often believed to be the answer to the supposed heresy of Arianism, and took a long time to formalize.
This strikes me as hypocritical in the extreme; to reject formal religion yet accept one its central tenets.
Would one of my knowledgeable former Christian readers please pop over to Frank’s and explain this to him as he has decided to delete any of my comments pertaining to the rest of this discussion.
I see this kind of horrific mindset every time someone who claims to follow Jesus Christ (whom serious Christians believe is the divine Son of God) almost gleefully tells gay people or atheist people that they’re going to burn in hell.
it’s almost as if they think God WANTS some people to burn. Not only is that a sickening thought, it’s also wrong, wrong, wrong.
Here’s the truth, according to the Bible:
- God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him would not be lost, but have eternal life. (That’s from a section called ‘John’, one of four accounts of Jesus’ physical life on earth.)
- God is being patient with you. He doesn’t want anyone…
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