Do Christians identify with Talos as the equivelant of God?

#31WebstedgePosted 3/22/2013 6:17:38 AM(edited)
jodiebigballs posted...
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Webstedge posted...
no because he's still not anywhere near monotheistic

the "all maker" those skaal people were talking about would be the closest thing


How is Christianity Monotheistic?
1) The Father
2) The Son
3) The Holy Spirit

Edit: Not to mention the worship of Saints lol


this is objectively wrong

christianity is monotheistic, and like that other dude said, yes, the three are the same person

edit: just realized this is a concept that maybe not all sects of christianity have. But trust me they're all still monotheistic in nature


It is never stated in any translation of the Bible that all 3 entities are the same being.

Therefore by definition (by worshipping 3 separate entities) Christianity is not monotheistic.


but it's a concept taught very commonly in many churches and sunday schools

the literal text of the bible is not the only thing that encompasses christian beliefs, you do know that right?

I mean despite there being one bible there are tons of different sects with minor differences in their beliefs
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#32Joe_CobbsPosted 3/22/2013 6:16:41 AM
I thought Christians had that "Holy Trinity" thing? Or is that Catholics?

My religious terms are pretty rusty.
#33WebstedgePosted 3/22/2013 6:18:02 AM
Joe_Cobbs posted...
I thought Christians had that "Holy Trinity" thing? Or is that Catholics?

My religious terms are pretty rusty.


catholics are christians, just one type.
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#34jodiebigballsPosted 3/22/2013 6:21:16 AM
Webstedge posted...
jodiebigballs posted...
Webstedge posted...
jodiebigballs posted...
Webstedge posted...
no because he's still not anywhere near monotheistic

the "all maker" those skaal people were talking about would be the closest thing


How is Christianity Monotheistic?
1) The Father
2) The Son
3) The Holy Spirit

Edit: Not to mention the worship of Saints lol


this is objectively wrong

christianity is monotheistic, and like that other dude said, yes, the three are the same person

edit: just realized this is a concept that maybe not all sects of christianity have. But trust me they're all still monotheistic in nature


It is never stated in any translation of the Bible that all 3 entities are the same being.

Therefore by definition (by worshipping 3 separate entities) Christianity is not monotheistic.


but it's a concept taught very commonly in many churches and sunday schools

the literal text of the bible is not the only thing that encompasses christian beliefs, you do know that right?

I mean despite there being one bible there are tons of different sects with minor differences in their beliefs


And you do know that the Bible is the infallible word of God right?
"Infallible words" are not open for interpretation.

If it is not stated in the Bible then it is what we on this board like to refer to as "Head canon"
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#35Joe_CobbsPosted 3/22/2013 6:22:31 AM
Webstedge posted...
Joe_Cobbs posted...
I thought Christians had that "Holy Trinity" thing? Or is that Catholics?

My religious terms are pretty rusty.


catholics are christians, just one type.


I see. I suck at this stuff.
#36WebstedgePosted 3/22/2013 6:22:47 AM
jodiebigballs posted...


And you do know that the Bible is the infallible word of God right?
"Infallible words" are not open for interpretation.

If it is not stated in the Bible then it is what we on this board like to refer to as "Head canon"


Christianity in general has moved on from a 100% literal interpretation of the bible for about a few centuries now. In fact the sects that still do, you don't hear about them much because they're considered backwards
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#37jodiebigballsPosted 3/22/2013 6:26:38 AM
turn_based posted...
jodiebigballs posted...
turn_based posted...
jodiebigballs posted...
Webstedge posted...
no because he's still not anywhere near monotheistic

the "all maker" those skaal people were talking about would be the closest thing


How is Christianity Monotheistic?
1) The Father
2) The Son
3) The Holy Spirit

Edit: Not to mention the worship of Saints lol


^^^Sounds like Catholicism. Big difference.


Except it isn't just Catholicism. Christians pray to Mary (amongst other saints).
Praying is a form of worship.


Sorry. I'll need 'proof.' Your word is not enough. NONE of the 'Christians' I know pray to 'saints.'

I'd really like to here from Darkportal in regards to your posting history.
He seems to keep pretty good tabs on trolls and troublemakers and I don't want to waste any more time than I already have.


Fine...

The Virgin Mary
Saint George

There you go, that's two people the Christian faith worship as saints.

Oh and really? If you're wasting your time why do you keep replying? Lol
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#38WebstedgePosted 3/22/2013 6:28:43 AM
Also the whole "worship of saints" thing is 1: not actual worship like God, and 2: totally a Catholic thing
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#39jodiebigballsPosted 3/22/2013 6:29:26 AM
Webstedge posted...
jodiebigballs posted...


And you do know that the Bible is the infallible word of God right?
"Infallible words" are not open for interpretation.

If it is not stated in the Bible then it is what we on this board like to refer to as "Head canon"


Christianity in general has moved on from a 100% literal interpretation of the bible for about a few centuries now. In fact the sects that still do, you don't hear about them much because they're considered backwards


Then they arn't Christians lol

The words of an infallible, all knowing creator are not open for interpretation.

If there are things in the bible that these people don't agree with then maybe they shouldn't use the bible as the answer to all questions?
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#40WebstedgePosted 3/22/2013 6:31:39 AM
jodiebigballs posted...
Webstedge posted...
jodiebigballs posted...


And you do know that the Bible is the infallible word of God right?
"Infallible words" are not open for interpretation.

If it is not stated in the Bible then it is what we on this board like to refer to as "Head canon"


Christianity in general has moved on from a 100% literal interpretation of the bible for about a few centuries now. In fact the sects that still do, you don't hear about them much because they're considered backwards


Then they arn't Christians lol

The words of an infallible, all knowing creator are not open for interpretation.

If there are things in the bible that these people don't agree with then maybe they shouldn't use the bible as the answer to all questions?


by your definition then, most Christians that exist today aren't Christians.

anyway I think I've dropped enough knowledge for now.
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