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God in Christianity: What is His Nature?

by Naji I. Al-Arfaj

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This is basically religious propaganda, arguing against the notion of Jesus as another aspect of god. Rather, the author wants us to accept Jesus as merely prophet, a "son of god" only inasmuch as the rest of us are likewise children of god.

While i find his conclusions unobjectionable, Dr. Al-Arfaj is on shaky argumentative ground. His entire argument rests on a convenient selection of biblical quotes. ( )
  philosojerk | Jun 14, 2007 |
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