Jehovah's Witness, trinitarians and others. Is this a true statement?
The Son of God died for our sins, but God the Son didn't.
Some child is deleting my best answer and childishly moving my question.
- BrianLv 53 years agoFavorite Answer
Some anti-Christian moved your question.
Jesus, the son of God, did die for our sins. Yes.
God the Son, the second person of the trinity, does not exist since the trinity does not exist. No, God the Son did not die for our sins.
Trinitarians believe that God the Son did die for their sins.
- 😌Lv 63 years ago
Jesus died for our sins. There is no "God the Son" unless they claim more than one God.Source(s): Praise Jehovah Always. 😌
- MegLv 63 years ago
True that the Son of God died for our sins.
As to the term "God the Son", there is no such statement in the Bible or the idea. That term comes from the Trinity Doctrine which is not biblical either.
- anthony hLv 73 years ago
JESUS GOD'S SON DIED FOR OUR SINS, HE WAS GOD IN THE FLESH.
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- Anonymous3 years ago
It doesn't even make sense so......Source(s): God's army - On R&S Patrol
- DanLv 53 years ago
Answering for the "Others" category.
No.. that is not a true statement.