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And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32

Frequently Asked Question


Question:
Why in Catholic mass do we call Jesus lord and God lord too? Are they both lord, or are they two parts of one lord. Is Jesus actually God in human form, or a seperate lesser - demi god?

Answer:
Jehovah, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are God. Each has the God nature, or essence. They alone possess this nature and besides them there is none other. There is only one God-kind, just as there is only one humankind. The agreement between Jesus, Jehovah, and the Sprint is perfect and they are therefore one in word, wisdom, grace, action, purpose, aim, intention, but are not one person. Their essential unity makes one Godhead, comprised of three beings.

By the way, the Catholic Mass is not authorized in the New Testament and ought not to be observed any more than Christmas is a proper religious holiday. The bread and wine of the Lord's Supper are symbolic only.


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