Which one is correct? A or B?

'Next, the end, when he hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father, when he has brought to nothing all government and all authority and power.' (1 Cor 15:24)

A. Trinitarians Claim that God hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father

B. Christians Claim Jesus hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father

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  • TruthTruth Posts: 521

    I am finding that Rando's arguments against Trinity almost entirely argue in favor of Trinity. Nothing wrong with that. Over and over the arguments display how God is tripartite relationally.

    JW's (rather, a menacing Watchtower) try to recast God in some sort of human caricature and get themselves in a theological mess which they corrupt further with a strange polytheistic little god they add and say Jesus is that little god/angel...something. Ridiculous,, but I this is straight from Rando.

    Here is another A or B: Will JW's live forever?

    1. The JW Watchtower assures of some sort of Paradise, where salvation will be lost by many.
    2. It is appointed unto man once to die and then the judgment

    Watchtower and Tract Society statement:

    Even under these best of circumstances, some will refuse to serve God. As the Scriptures say: 'Though the wicked one should be shown favor, he simply will not learn righteousness. In the land of straight forwardness he will act unjustly.' (Isaiah 26:10) So after being given full opportunity to change their ways and to learn righteousness, such wicked ones will be destroyed. Some will be put to death even before Judgment Day ends.


    One more A or B: How many JW's will become Kings?

    1. 144,000
    2. None


    Don't be fooled by pretty JW pictures of promised paradise, like trout lures, that hook people and drag them to destruction. It is bait and switch.

  • PagesPages Posts: 130

    @BroRando

    'Next, the end, when he hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father, when he has brought to nothing all government and all authority and power.' (1 Cor 15:24)

    A. Trinitarians Claim that God hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father

    B. Christians Claim Jesus hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father

    1Cor. 15:23-24 states it is Christ who will hand over the Kingdom.

    For the "A or B" choices above to be consistent if the wording of "A" must be used then I would expect to read the following for "B".

    B: Christians Claim "a god" hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father

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