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Yahshua, Jesus Christ is brought down to a lower level in regard to Him IDENTITY..(WHO HE IS)
Hinduism does nuh beleif Jesus is God, nor di Son of God, but one of many sons of God.
Buddhism does nuh beleif Him God, jus a mere man who is beneath Buddha in importance!!!!
Bahai seh Jesus is nuh God, an nuh sinless
Hare Krishna seh di same as Bahai an allso seh he cyant save anyone.
Mormons seh he is one of many gods
Jehova Witness seh Jesus is Michael the Archangel, nuh allmighty God, but a god.
Jesus is brought down to a lower level in regard to His Mission, wha Him come fi do while pon di earth..
Islam seh Him nuh God, a mere man an Him nuh die fi we sins,
Moonies seh Christs mission failed!! while Christian scientists seh Jesus NUH die,..CHO!!!!!!!!
Me haffi seh WHO CHRIST IS...
JESUS CHRIST IS GOD THE SON
the second person of the Trinity..sight Jn 1:1,14, 20:28, 1 Tim 3:16
THE NAME OF YAHSHUA JESUS CHRIST IS DI ONLY NAME GIVEN FOR SALVATION and is above any addah name..see Acts ch 4:10,12, Phil 2:9-11
While remaining God, Yahshua became man..sight 1 Tim 3:16
He personally experienced every temptation dat any man hab ever know, an yet Him remained completely sinless..Heb 4:15
even so, Him nuh deserve it, He took punishmant for man sin pon Himself by dying pon di cross, to allow INI a chance for all manunkind to go free..1 Ps 2:21-24
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