+1And that probably applies individually to every single person sitting in a Church - even though they all try to convince each other that they all share something.
The statements are very much close to my own perception except the plurality of God. Either no God or One God - the believers don't see much evidences in favour of the plurality. Plurality would create tremendous chaos; but, the environment where we are living is very much controlled.
Christians have at least two gods, God and Christ.
Christians have just one god.
Christians have just one god. The God is triune: the Father, the Son (Christ) and the Holy Spirit.
Christian maths; 1 + 1 + 1 = 1 ?
And the bible tells us that Pi =3.
...And the bible tells us that Pi =3.
I think that was the Texas legislature. Same thing, really.
@Travis"My God's will becomes me. When he speaks, he speaks through me"
Why worry about cost? Every Mexican I know is saving up to chip in to pay for it! (I'll bet orangey gets 3 slices of pie anyway.)