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Page 34 of 36 1521877734080 Email Address Help Keep the Ministry Going! _s-xclick H9RCEQQDXYL7 USD Notes:= 1] 7He makes His ways known to Moses, to the children of Israel His deeds. Psalm 103:7 This verse does not prove Assumption of Human Nature. It is atrange that why this verse is quoted? 2] The John 1:18 cannot be used to prove any part of the Dogma of Trinity in the least meaning. Page 34 of 36

Page 35 of 36 Since the verse is not certain. There are several different problems in the Text. In some Texts the word is Monogenes huios and in some it is Monogenes theos. Insome text it is Monogenes. If it is supposed that Monogenes theos is most probably correct and others are most probably wrong even then the word in the sentence/ verse is not certain. A certainty is the condition before any argument but it is not satisfied in the verse. So this verse cannot be used in the argument. The difference between Certainty and Most Probably is very critical. Coming back to the original problem once again if the verse does have the word Theos then it is either in figurative meaning or in metaphorical meaning, This only means that the word Theos is used for some one who is not Theos as a fugure or as a metaphor. No one has seen God at any time,but the only begotten son the one being in the bosom of the Father. He has declared Him Or No one has ever seen God. The One and Only Son-- the One who is at the Father's side-- He has revealed Him. Or No one has ever seen God. The Only Son-- the One who is at the Father's side-- He has revealed Him. If the word son is replaced by the word God then the meaning is:= No one has ever seen God. The Only God-- the One who is at the Father's side-- He has revealed Him. But even in this case the word God is used as a Metaphor or a Figure even with the G written in capital. Other wise if the Son is the Only God and Father is God then Son is Father . So the Text becomes self contradictory. This implies nothing but that Father is in. Himself. If Logos is the only begotten God and Father is God but not Begotten God then this implies two Gods one begotten and one not begotten. This directly contradicts the Dogma of Trinity. Since it does not say Son is Only God or Only Begotten God but simply Son is God. The rest of Dogma is Father is God, Son is God and Holy Ghost is God but God is One. Θεὸν οὐδεὶς ἑώρακεν πώποτε· ὁ μονογενὴς υἱός, ὁ ὢν εἰς τὸν κόλπον τοῦ πατρός, ἐκεῖνος ἐξηγήσατο. Page 35 of 36

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