Christmas reminds us how much polytheistic the Trinitarians are. An angel says to the shepherds today the “Savior” was born, meaning that in the Trinitarian mind a God was born. Otherwise, if word Savior refers to his flesh, how can the flesh give salvation?
For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.
The Nativity scene puts a focus on Mary: What? A dead Mary is still hailed and praised, even after 2,000 years? Can a dead favorite virgin hear? Is she a goddess?
Calvin and Luther should have adjusted their belief on praying for/to the dead to the way of the Papists.
Angels worship Mary along the way of worshiping a baby Jesus in her womb. That’s why the Papists have Mary as the co-mediatrix, due to the function of her body as the de facto “first incarnation of the Savior” on the earth.
And again, when he bringeth in the firstbegotten into the world, he saith, And let all the angels of God worship him.
The Trinitarians used to deceptively cite a specific phrase “The Child was Born” on purpose to avoid a theological mess and a doctrinal humiliation which the Unitarians and the Jews always mocked them with another phrase “Savior was born”, meaning in the Trinitarian mind a God was born. How can God be born of a woman?
Otherwise, if word Savior refers to his flesh, how can the flesh give salvation?
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