There is a split among Christians
on the fundamental belief of who Jesus is.
Some Christian claim Jesus is God
and some Christians Say Jesus is not God, For Example;
The Ebonites, the Cerinthians, the
Basilidians, the Capocratians, and the Hypisistarians. The
Arians, Paulicians and Goths who are the earlier
Christians who Do not Accept Jesus as God .
Even in the modern age there are
churches in Asia, in Africa, the Unitarian church, the
Jehovah's witnesses, and even the majority of today's
Bishops do not worship Jesus as God.
According to the Bible, both
different groups of Christians are right.
They are all Right according to
certain parts of the Bible.
Now the main Concern is that within
their own Bible, which verses do they accept and not
Those who claim Jesus is God may
justify their claims by quoting;
"who ever sees me sees the
On the Other hand, Those that say
Jesus is Not God can justify their claim by quoting;
"We are All Created in the Image
of God" Genesis 1:27
"No one has Seen the Father"
Another dividing verse among them
"The Father and I are one" which
those that claim Jesus is God can use.
While one the other hand, Those
Christians who Declare Jesus is not God can use;
"Father help them so they can be
one with you as I am one with you"
Now we see the problem, we have
verses in the Bible that Divide Christians among
The Solution to the deadly problem
is very simple.
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Christians should go through the
Bible, take all the verses that support either side and
Which ever side has more, should
be the True Christianity.
Here's a helping start:
"Behold my servant, whom I have
chosen." Matthew 12:18:
"The God of Abraham, and of
Isaac,.... hath glorified his servant Jesus." Acts 3:13
"For of a truth against thy holy
servant Jesus, whom thou hast anointed...." Acts 4:27
"And when he would have put him to
death, he feared the multitude, because they counted him
as a prophet." Matthew 14:5 (compare with Matthew 21:26)
"And the multitude said, This is
Jesus the prophet of Nazareth of Galilee." Matthew 21:11
"But when they sought to lay hands
on him, they feared the multitude, because they took him
for a prophet." Matthew 21:46
"And he said unto them, What things?
And they said unto him, concerning Jesus of Nazareth,
which was a prophet mighty in deed and word before God and
all the people:" Luke 24:19
"The woman saith unto him, Sir, I
perceive that thou art a prophet." John 4:19
"Then those men, when they had seen
the miracle that Jesus did, said, This is of a truth that
prophet that should come into the world." John 6:14
"Many of the people therefore, when
they heard this saying, said, Of a truth this is the
Prophet." John 7:40
"Nevertheless I (Jesus) must walk to
day, and to morrow, and the [day] following: for it cannot
be that a prophet perish out of Jerusalem." Luke 13:33
"And they were offended in him. But
Jesus said unto them, A prophet is not without honour,
save in his own country, and in his own house." Matthew
How many does the other side have??