Christian Monotheist

Wake up!

Brothers [and sisters] we have to wake up! You wonder why we ask you questions it is to make you think and get you out of that box you are stuck in

It was not until the 4th century, at the council of Nicea, that a number of bishops convened and decided on the creed held by Roman Catholic and many Protestant churches to this day. That creed of Nicea declared that Jesus was “very God of very God,” begotten before all ages. In a very fierce postscript to the creed, the bishops “anathematized,” i.e. pronounced a sentence of damnation on anyone who did not agree to the formula of “orthodox” belief.

This belief has been inherent by a lot of religious groups from oneness to trinitarians

Oneness just hold to the belief in one God

But the teaching that Jesus was God began years after the apostles

Who warned against preaching another Jesus then the one preached by them
2nd Corinthians 11:2-4

Jesus being God was not what they preach. Jesus being an man approved of God is what was preach
Acts 2:22

We need to get back to the teaching of our lord Jesus who said he was a man that heard from God John 8:40

And said that his Father was the only true God John 17:3

The apostle preached Jesus was the son of God throughout the book of Acts

No scripture say that Jesus is the Father or the one true God, that is something you would have to read into the text

I urge you to come to know the God of Jesus

He did not come to replace the Father but to lead us to the Father

John 14:6
He is the way the truth and the life no one comes to the Father but by him

He that has the son has the Father

Jesus strongly declared unless you believe that I am he you will die in your sins

I am not here to argue over scripture but if anyone comes to know this doctrine you will know if it be of God or if I speak of myself

Search the scriptures don’t be afraid to ask questions because judgement is coming to those that know not God and obey not the gospels
2nd Thessalonians 1:8

God bless and grace and peace from God our father and the lord Jesus Christ

SOURCE: Ryan Provost