When asked show us the Father, what was his reply? John 14:8-9 Have I been so long time with you and you still don't know me?
Who did he say would raise his body in John 2:19 ? He said I will raise it up. Did he lie?
Didn't Thomas say he was God? John 20:28
I and My Father are one. Then they were ready to stone him for making himself God. John 10:30-33
The son to be born would also be the mighty God, and the everlasting Father. Isaiah 9:6
No the Tetragrammaton does Not appear at Philippians 2:11, but it is supposed to be there. Just like it is supposed to be at Matthew 3:3 and Mark 1:3 and so many other scriptures.
Trinitarians have tampered with the scriptures. Such as adding 1 John 5:7 which is not in the original.
Compare Mark 1:2 As it is written in the prophets ,Behold I send my messenger before thy face, which shall prepare thy way before thee. (Making it look like more than one)
with what it is supposed to be quoting. Malachi 3:1 Behold, I will send my messenger, and he shall prepare the way before me.
In Isaiah 40:3 the voice that crieth in the wilderness Prepare ye the way of YHWH, make straight in the desert a highway for our God.
In the NT, John the Baptist was the voice - Who did he prepare the way for? Who showed up? Wasn't it the Messiah? But didn't the prophecy say it would be YHWH? The prophecy was true because he was YHWH.
Who created the heavens and the earth? Was it YHWH as it says in Isaiah 42:5 and Isaiah 40:3 (note the words: alone, and by myself ) or was it the Messiah as in Colossians 1:14-16 ?
Or are both scriptures true, and it is as I said - He is YHWH?
YHWH said in Isaiah 44:6 I am the first and I am the last; and beside me there is no God. But isn't the Messiah the first and the last according to Revelation 22:12-13 ?
If I was in a race, and finished first and last, wouldn't that mean I was the only one in the race?
Revelation 22 starts with the throne of God 'and' of the Lamb. ( 2 persons )
There are two (2) thrones mentioned at Revelation 3:21, so two persons are speaking in chapter 22.
Lord God at Revelation 22:6 is YHWH so is also the one of verses 12-14.
No, Jesus did Not lie at John 2:19. The ' sign ' of John 2:18 was in reference to Jonah.- Matthew 27:40.
Acts of the Apostles 2:24 says God raised up Jesus.
Acts of the Apostles 2:32 says that Jesus has God raised up.
Acts of the Apostles 3:15 says God raised Jesus Jesus
Acts of the Apostles 5:30 says God raised up Jesus.
Acts of the Apostles 13:30,37 says God raised Jesus.
Romans 4:24 says to believe on Him who raised up Jesus from the dead.
Colossians 2:12 says God raised Jesus.
so, who resurrected Jesus _______
I notice at John 20:17 Jesus says I am Not yet ascended to my Father... and your Father and to my God....
So, to me Jesus is plain that the resurrected Jesus still think he has a God over him.
So, by doubting Thomas saying in front of Jesus in verse 28 'My Lord and my God', then as a person in front of a reporter might say, " Oh my God " and Not be calling the reporter as God, then Thomas was addressing God just as Jesus addressed his God at John 20:17.
The king at 1 Kings 3:26 was addressed as Lord, but that did Not make the king as Lord God.
Why stop at John 10:33 when in honest answer at John 10:36 Jesus truthfully says he is God's Son.
I notice at John 17:11and John 17:21-23 Jesus prays his followers all be one as he and his Father are one.
Surely Jesus was Not praying we all be God, but could be one in purpose, unity, faith, goal, will, etc.
Since God is greater than Jesus at John 14:28, and greater than ALL (everyone) at John 10:29, then God is greater than Jesus.
Also, the resurrected ascended-to-heaven Jesus still thinks he has a God over him as per Revelation 3:12.