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Re: Re: Re: Posted By Brian On December 12, 2000 18:05:34

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Posted by GwynJ on December 15, 2000 00:29:40 UTC

a) Jesus said to the disciple witnessing with Jesus' mother (and OTHERS)"Woman Behold Thy Son!"and to the disciple "Behold Thy mother!" like when you're on your deathbed and your mom and good friend are mourning you and you tell them to comfort each other and love each other as close family.

The 'Why have you forsaken me' was when Jesus went into hell as one last merciful attempt to gather those who might believe in him though they'd died before he did; illustrating further the mercy of God towards those who also live. What savior could say "i understand how you feel" if he weren't able or willing to do that?

Is it not vengence when an advocate comes to the rescue of the oppressed due to injustice? i believe it is in that vein He is 'vengeful' - he doesn't put up with Language Removed against those he loves.

Intelligence, action, and spirit; are these not three things? is it really harmful to describe Him in the trinity?

'We say/belive just what the bible tells us: "that Jesus was lifted (or dematerialized) right in front of the disciples ' If indeed He was not on the cross to pay for sins, what would be the point of his transcendance, what meaningful purpose?

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