is jesus god?

Canada
June 14, 2007 2:22pm CST
is jesus god? can someone explain the trinity for me please?
3 people like this
6 responses
• Pakistan
14 Jun 07
not this is not a true faith because Quran says that he was only messanger likely hazrat mohammad .
• Canada
15 Jun 07
the bible should not even be used as a source of refrence.. how many times has it been changed? IE king david
2 people like this
@Logos_1 (52)
• United States
16 Jun 07
Angel Gabriel said to Mary : "He will be called Son of the Most High God" among many other things. During the Baptism of Jesus, there was this voice from heaven. "this is my beloved son, listen to him". This may not be found in Quran, which is a later writing. Christians have reason to believe what they believe. About the Trinity, in totality of Scriptures, there are primarily three modes that are distinguishable, when God tried to reveal himself. The Father who is the architect, the Son who Saves, the Spirit who Sanctifies. Three distinct attributes of one Triune God.
1 person likes this
@demo3424 (599)
• India
14 Jun 07
jesus is the son of god.jesus is god because god the father,god the son and god the holy spirit are one but in three different forms.
1 person likes this
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
14 Jun 07
as far as i understand it, father, son and holy ghost are three aspects of the same thing. Therefore Jesus is one element of God to a Christian at least blessed be
1 person likes this
• Pakistan
15 Jun 07
according to the Quran jesus is the son of hazrat Meryem .who was a very noble and prestigou women .an angel became when hazrat meryem were praying .on that time she refused to address to the angle but angle told to maryem that god has sent him to her for a moment , after that completation of period Hazrat Essa was born.in the light of Quran this evident can define that the Essa was a prophet not God nither he was a son of god.
@gardengrrl (1445)
• United States
14 Jun 07
It's a Bible thing. God is God, the Father, Creator, all that stuff. Jesus is his only son, whom God created to descend to earth and save mankind from eternal damnation. The Holy Spirit, or Holy Ghost to old Catholics, is the spirit that infuses the members of His Church and sustains them in their faith, kinda gives them the mojo to make it to Life Everlasting. So, in a sense, they are all one and the same, part of God, but each is a distinct entity which fulfills a mission-critical aspect of the whole Christian thing. At least that's how I understand it, but then again, I'm an atheist, so W.T.F. do I know?