Why did Jesus say "Destroy this body and I will raise it up in 3 days" while Rm 6:4 says "Christ was raised up by the glory of the Father"?
IS JESUS "THE FATHER?"
AFTER ALL HE DID SAY "DESTROY THIS TEMPLE, AND IN THREE DAYS ((( I ))) WILL RAISE IT UP" (JOHN 2:19)
WHILE RM 6:4 SAYS "...LIKE AS CHRIST WAS RAISED UP BY THE GLORY OF THE FATHER..."
WHAT'S HAPPENING? IS THERE A POSSIBILITY THERE IS ONLY "ONE SELFSAME SPIRIT" (I COR 12:11-12) WHO IS >>>'DIVERSITIES OF OPERATIONS BUT ONE GOD"<<< (I COR 12:6) WITH THE "DIVERSITIES" DEFINED AS >>>"MANY"<<< IN I COR 12:11-12 AND ((( NOT ))) A LYING TRINITY THAT CLAIMS GOD IS JUST "3?"
- crosseyedLv 63 months ago
if you search out every scripture saying who exactly raised jesus from the dead, you find -
3 say god
1 says father
1 says son
1 says holy spirit.
i guess you call that a lying trinity.
- PubliusLv 73 months ago
I don't think there is a conflict. Jesus resurrected himself into tangible, physical life, health, and immortality -- using power he obtained from God.
- DavidLv 73 months ago
Jesus proved his deity by raising himself from the dead. He IS the glory of the Father.
- TimLv 73 months ago
Read John 17
17 Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down my life, that I might take it again.
18 No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This commandment have I received of my Father.
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- Chicago MikeLv 53 months ago
No the Trinity is true. God exists as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This truth is that the Father, the Son (Christ), and the Holy Spirit all raised up Christ as the Bible says.
" Jesus, speaking of His body said, “Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.” (John 2:19) Certainly, it was “God” who raised His body (Rom. 10:9, 1 Pet. 1:21), and Jesus is God. But Scripture also teaches that the Father raised Him (Gal. 1:1; Eph. 1:17, 20). Even the Holy Spirit is said to have raised Him (Romans 8:11)."
Quoted from the link below.Source(s): https://carm.org/jesus-raise-himself
- Anonymous3 months ago
Its all just ancient superstition and as such is meaningless.
- MalcolmLv 63 months ago
The "three days" are also spoken about with reference to that "reluctant prophet", Jonah. Matthew 12:40. The ultimate point is that Christ arose from the dead.
- 3 months ago
HE was referring to the TEMPLE.
and in Romans it was referring to "his" body.
- Anonymous3 months ago
God has chosen to exist as three persons.
God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one truine God. The Father is in the Son and the Son is in the Father.
If you were one with the Son you would know this, and surely wouldn't need to ask.
- Barney GoogleLv 73 months ago
The key is "glory". The Father is credit with ALL glory. If it shines, we'll be in the Light. It's a new day folks.