Originally posted by apostoli View Post
. . . Do you ascribe to the Nicene Creed or reject it? Do you believe that before his incarnation the Son was begotten by his Father, not made, God from God? Do you believe that the Son is a distinct entity/individual from his Father? Do you believe the scripture's account that the Son was incarnated not of his own volition but was sent by his Father? Do you believe that in the end of times the Son will share his Father's throne, at the will of the Father? Do you believe, as A.Paul certainly did, that God (the Father) raised Jesus from the dead?
I know these questions were directed at another party on another thread. I do think these questions are important, and I would like to discuses these with you. Others are welcome to chime in.

Do you ascribe to the Nicene Creed or reject it?
I reject it.

Do you believe that before his incarnation the Son was begotten by his Father, . . ?
No.

. . . not made, God from God?
Yes.

Do you believe that the Son is a distinct entity/individual from his Father?
Yes.

Do you believe the scripture's account that the Son was incarnated not of his own volition but was sent by his Father?
No.

Do you believe the scripture's account that the Son was incarnated . . . was sent by his Father?
Yes.

Do you believe that in the end of times the Son will share his Father's throne, at the will of the Father?
Yes.

Do you believe, as A.Paul certainly did, that God (the Father) raised Jesus from the dead?
Yes.

Where I say, no. Do you have a holy scripture which explicitly states that I am wrong or mistaken on that matter. Thanks.