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    Is the God of the Apostle Paul (who was a Hebrew Christian) a different God from the God of Abraham (who was the first Hebrew)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.R.L View Post
    Is the God of the Apostle Paul (who was a Hebrew Christian) a different God from the God of Abraham (who was the first Hebrew)?
    The covenant between Paul and God was different than the one between Abraham and God....
    We are under the NEW Covenant, and not under the Old...

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    The covenant between Paul and God was different than the one between Abraham and God....
    We are under the NEW Covenant, and not under the Old...

    Why couldn't it be the same God?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.R.L View Post
    Why couldn't it be the same God?
    God does not change, but the covenant did

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    God does not change, but the covenant did

    Again, I ask why couldn't it be the same God? I agree with you that God does not change but the covenant changed. What does the statement God does not change mean to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.R.L View Post
    What does the statement God does not change mean to you?
    What I meant by it was that we dont switch out gods.....one god did not "tap out" and allow a different god to take it....We didnt change gods....

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    What I meant by it was that "we" dont switch out gods.....one god did not "tap out" and allow a different god to take it....We didnt change gods....

    Who is we ?

    Again, why couldn't it be the same God?

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.R.L View Post

    Who is we ?
    they who are reading the account

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    Is the God of the Apostle Paul (who was a Hebrew Christian) a different God from the God of Abraham (who was the first Hebrew)?
    There is only one God that is God. Any other that claims to be God is false. (See Isaiah 43:10) The God of the apostle Paul is the God of Abraham. The God of the Old Testament is the God of the New Testament

    Isaiah 43:10 Ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.
    Be ready to pray, preach or die at a moments notice

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    Is the God of the Apostle Paul (who was a Hebrew Christian) a different God from the God of Abraham (who was the first Hebrew)?

    Saxon/ There is only one God that is God. Any other that claims to be God is false. (See Isaiah 43:10) The God of the apostle Paul is the God of Abraham. The God of the Old Testament is the God of the New Testament

    Jesus of the New Testament is the Jehovah of the Old Testament and some three person/ One God believer scholars make that ***umption. There are plenty of Old Testament verses proclaiming this nugget of truth. Saxon, you are very close to being a God in Christ believer.

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    Are you against using the term, Trinity? state your position so it can be understood.
    Be ready to pray, preach or die at a moments notice

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    I doubt the guest is going to answer you....

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    alanmolstad /I doubt the guest is going to answer you.... Saxon/ Are you against using the term, Trinity? state your position so it can be understood.

    S.R.L/ My position is a God in Christ believer.

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    Are you against using the term, Trinity? state your position so it can be understood.
    Be ready to pray, preach or die at a moments notice

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    Saxon/Are you against using the term, Trinity?

    S.R.L/I would rather not use the peculiar vocabulary that it takes to define the Trinity.

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    it is not hard. The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are the one God. The Trinity. Nothing complicated about defining the Trinity, it is coming to an understanding of the Trinity that can play games with your head if you let it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S.R.L View Post
    Saxon/Are you against using the term, Trinity?

    S.R.L/I would rather not use the peculiar vocabulary that it takes to define the Trinity.
    that is an interesting post....
    I dont understand you, but still it was fun to read

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