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  1. I thought about this argument, which I thought up, I think it is strange that Trinitarians affirm (or must affirm all of it to be true!)

    Premise 1: Whatever begins to exist, cannot be God (God who is eternal, infinite)
    Premise 2: Jesus began to exist

    Conclusion: Therefore, Jesus can not be God

    P1 uncontroversial; P2 is affirmed by history (and shockingly, by Trinitarians as the human nature!)

    Since this is a deductive proof, the conclusion must be necessarily true if P1 & P2 are accepted. Surprisingly, even the conclusion is true in Trinitarianism because its accepted that the human nature of Jesus is in fact not divine!


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