[quote=BJ Colbert]Gosh, I learned something, I did not know that Muslims accepted Jesus as their Savior. I guess by definition that Christians are people who believe in Jesus. BUT they have to believe that He atoned for the sins of all mankind upon the Cross, and accept Him as their Savior. I do not believe that Muslims are Christians. The big word here is Believe and have Faith and Accept Him.
See I told you everyone has a different definition of Christianity, and Cults.
So I’m sure some more will be added, I’m anxiously awaiting to hear the next opinion of who is Christian and who is not. Must be nice to be so sure of what someone else believes.
I myself believe that the Trinity is 3 seperate personages, God The Father, God The Son and God the Holy Ghost. I do not think God would want to confuse us by saying they are all one, although they are one in purpose. It is difficult for me to understand how Jesus can be His own son and why He would pray and talk to Himself, as in “Father Forgive Them For They Know Not What They Do”. Can someone explain to me that if They were not two why in the world would They pretend to be. Is it like split personality, one minute Jesus on earth pretending to be His own son and the next minute in heaven pretending to be His own Father. I for one can not believe that God wants us to be confused and why would He not just tell us the truth, if He was really all three just pretending to be each of them and talk to Himself from where ever He is.
No matter how you explain your version, and even if the LDS church suddenly believed the 3 in 1 theory, I could not believe anything other than I know in my heart and that is perfectly logical and no mystery at all. It says in the Bible that “God gave His only begotten Son, that whosever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life”. That may not be what the Catholic Bible says, but why would He call Him His Son if it were not true?
Then why would Jesus also claim to be the begginning and the end…The Trinity is ONE God revealed in three Persons. Jesus on earth was also a teacher by demonstrating how we should act. He is also the Savior, but ultimately He IS God.