Jesus is not a God-Man

Within Trinitarianism is the idea that Jesus is God and also man; this is explained with the statement that, “Jesus is fully God and fully man”, but this idea is based on an erroneous interpretation of:

Colossians 1
[19] For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell,

} this no more means that Jesus is God, than it does for us to be or become the Unique Son of God, as Jesus lives in us (Ephesians 3:17), or for us to be or become God when we are filled with HIS fullness (Ephesians 3:19):

Ephesians 3
[17] so that the Messiah may live in your hearts through your trusting. Also I pray that you will be rooted and founded in love,
[18] so that you, with all God’s people, will be given strength to grasp the breadth, length, height, and depth of the Messiah’s love,
[19] yes, to know it, even though it is beyond all knowing, so that you will be filled with all the fullness of God.

LOGIC:
     No matter the vessel, no matter its size, it can only be filled to 100%; therefore, to say that Jesus is “fully God & fully Man” is trying to say that He is 100% God and 100% Man – which means there is a total of 200% in one vessel, and that is not possible.
     Even IF it were possible for Jesus to be this strange, illogical combination, and for his Father Yahweh to lay sin on ‘another part of God’, it rips apart the possibility of God being a unity – a single unit, or 3-in-1, or 3-as-1 — no matter how you say it, it just does not work!
     Remember Luke 11:17 – “Every kingdom divided against itself will be ruined,” and one part of God against another is a kingdom divided.
     And then there is the problem of explanation. People will say “fully God and fully man”, but then when speaking of only one of the two, say, ‘His human half’. But if it is His human half then He is not “fully” in either one, because “half” can only represent 50%.
     And there is absolutely NOTHING in Scripture, correctly interpreted, that supports the idea that Jesus had two natures to begin with; it was an idea made up by ignorant leadership that were bowing to the Roman emperor!

Divine vs Deity
Divine = Divine means relating to God or extremely good. An example of divine is the nature of Jesus

Deity = God

} when Scripture is correctly read & interpreted, Jesus is divine, but not deity; there are no verses to support a trinity, and many that show Jesus had only a human nature.

Anachronism
something or someone that is not in its correct historical or chronological time, especially a thing or person that belongs to an earlier time: The sword is an anachronism in modern warfare.

an error in chronology in which a person, object, event, etc., is assigned a date or period other than the correct one: To assign Michelangelo to the 14th century is an anachronism.

} to try to show that the doctrine of the trinity was developed in the New Covenant, then try to fit it into the Old Covenant – where it does not exist – is anachronistic.

} IF the trinity is a truth about God – and Jesus, the coming Messiah, a member of this combination – that truth must be clearly taught from the beginning of what God has said in His word.
However, God showed Moses how the Messiah would appear, and Moses made that known:

Deuteronomy 18:15
Yahweh your God will raise up to you a prophet from the midst of you, of your brothers, like me. You must listen to him.

} How could or would Jesus be like Moses? In the fact that he was of a human nature – with anything more Jesus cannot be a fitting sacrifice for the sin of Mankind

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