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Contents


Pre-reading Questians
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Pre-reading questions:


1.   What is the natureof God in Christianity?
2.   Is God one or three(...
llhat is His Nature?



                Jesus said, "Seek the truth,
                and the truth will setyou.free."




...
Whatis HisNature?



      In this booklet, I would like to
sharewith you -out of love and concern-
what I have noticedand...
llhat is His Nature?



    *   Is God One or Three?

    *    Is JesusGod or Part of God?




              What do you t...
What is His Nature?



  . One csme and ssid unto him,
    Good Master, what good thing
    shall I do, thut I moy have
  ...
What is His Nature?


      Several questions can be asked
about the above verses. Some of the
more intuitive onesare:


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What is His Nature?




       believe in him (Jesus)as God in
       order to enterinto eternallife?


      keeping    t...
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    Master, whst good thing shall I do,
    that I may have ...
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 question, Is Jesus God?, I think that if
 Jesus were God or pa...
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O "Certainly,I am good,for I am God."

O "You are right. I am good."

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 ONLY true God or Jesus? Who is
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 read the following parts of verses
 reported Matthew4: 1-10.
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          Let me sharewith you someof the
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Whatis HisNature?


      The same Bible tells us that God
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     I assume, if Jesus were God
incarnate, he might have easily
responded,"No, Satan. It is you wh...
What is His Nature?


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 indicatesthat GOD CANNOT BE SEEN
 OR HEARD.

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 earth didn't his familY, PeoPle, and
 followers seeand hear him?

      Therefore, according to  ...
lYhat is His Nature?


{.    Are God the Father, God the Son,
      and God the Holy Spirit EQUAL?

*     Is God the Son (...
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   . My Father is greater than 1(Jesus).
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   o My Father, ...
What is His Nature?



   o No one knows, however, when
     thut day or hour will come-
     neither the angels in heaven...
ll4tat is His Nature?


       Basedo n J esus' honestand frank
 testimony that the only true God (the
 Father) is greater...
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   *    Is Jesusthe only son of God?


    Let us get the answerfrom the Bible:

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   .   Blessed qre the peqcemskers,far
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        These words were uttered by
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  1. 1. @ Nr;i r. Al-Arfai,2oo2 K. F. National Library Cataloging-in- Publication Data Al-Arfaj, Naji Ibrahim God in Christianity...What is His Nature? 40 p. cm rsBN 9960-9345-l-9 study l- God 2- Compararive 3- Jesus I- Title 29l.2ll09 dc lll0/22 Legal DePositNo. lll0l22 rsBN 9960-9345-1-9 First Edition 2002 All rights reserved. To reprint this booklet, you must get prior permission from the Author.
  2. 2. Seekingthe Truth Series ( z God in Christianity... Whot^Is His f{ature? By Dr. f{aji I. Al-Arfaj
  3. 3. Dedication To those who seekthe truth sincerely, honestly,and oPen-mindedlY !
  4. 4. Contents Pre-reading Questians [tl lt t7 Introduction t-;-t tl Is God One or Three? Is Jesus God or Part of God? l-f t7 Are They Equal? VI IY Is Jesus the Son of God? t-t IV So, Who WasJesus? E IV Conclusions E tv References r;l L___n
  5. 5. What rs IIis Nature? Pre-reading questions: 1. What is the natureof God in Christianity? 2. Is God one or three(TrinitY)? 3. Is Jesusequalwith God? 4. Is JesusGod or Partof God? 5. Is Jesus sonof manor sonof God? a 6. So,who is Jesus really? 7. What is your oPinion? Please read the following text corefullY, criticallY, and witho ut any PreconcePtions !
  6. 6. llhat is His Nature? Jesus said, "Seek the truth, and the truth will setyou.free." As a seeker of the truth and a student of life, and after many years of observation, research and comparative study, it appears me that people often to base their beliefs and judgments on weak, sandy foundations,rather than on the solid foundationof rock that Jesus recommended. Concerningthe topic at hand, I have noticed some major differences betweenwhat is commonlyand officially understood about God in Christianity, and what the Bible itself states!
  7. 7. Whatis HisNature? In this booklet, I would like to sharewith you -out of love and concern- what I have noticedand learnedthrough my continuous journey of research, analysis,and study. The intent of this work is to honestly and sincerelypresentthe truth that I found, not to hurt the feelings of anyone. Now let us turn to discusssome issues and questions concerning the natureof God in Christianity, namelythe Trinity and divinity of Jesus.
  8. 8. llhat is His Nature? * Is God One or Three? * Is JesusGod or Part of God? What do you think? .,--------=nn ---fJr" nnr- What is your answer? Let us get the answerfrom the Bible:
  9. 9. What is His Nature? . One csme and ssid unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, thut I moy have eternal life? And he (Jesus) said unto him, Why callest thou me good*? There is none good but one, that is, God. Bat if thou wilt enter into ltfe, keep the commundments, (Matthew 19:16-17) * WhJ callest thou me good? Or in modern English, "Why do you call me good?" We wouldn't find this wordingandmeaningin some Biblesl Thistext is foundin King JamesVersion. Don'ttakemy wordfor it! Check yourBible!
  10. 10. What is His Nature? Several questions can be asked about the above verses. Some of the more intuitive onesare: did Jesus question his own soodness? Jesus emphatically stated that "there is none good but one, that is, God." Why did he refer to the one God asthe "good" oneonlY? Why did he excludehimself from beinggood,if he wereGod? Jesusexplicitlypointedout that "f thou wilt enter into life, keeP the commandments." Why didn't Jesuscommandthe questioner to
  11. 11. What is His Nature? believe in him (Jesus)as God in order to enterinto eternallife? keeping the commandments enoughfor gettingeternallife? Now, let us re-readthe versesof Matthew (19: 16-17) as statedin King JamesVersion and the same verses as reported in the New International Versionof the Holy Bible.
  12. 12. ll/hat is His Nature? t One came und sqid unto him, Good Master, whst good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life? And he said unto him, WhYcallest thou me €ood? There is none good but one, that is, God. Version) (In KingJames o lr,lowa man come up to Jesus and asked, "Teacher, what good thing must I do to get eternal life?" "Why do you ask me about what is good?",lesus rePlied. "There is onlY One who is good. If You want to enter ltfe, obey the commandments." Version) (ln the Nelv International
  13. 13. llhat is His Nature? To make it easyto compare,here areJesus'two differentquestions: Accordingto King JamesVersion(KJV), in simpleEnglish, Jesus asked: o Why do you CALL ME GOOD? But, accordingto the New International Version(NIV), Jesussaid: o Why do you ASK ME ABOUT WHAT IS GOOD? Pleasehonestlycomparebetween Jesus' question in the King James Version and his question in the New InternationalVersion.Do they have the same meaning? Can they both be correct?
  14. 14. ll'hat is His Nature? Going back to the critical question, Is Jesus God?, I think that if Jesus were God or part of God, his logical responsewould be to approve of what the questioner called him (i.e., "Good Master"). Sound reasoning and plain logic tell us that God is good. And if Jesus were God or part of God (Part of the Trinity) he MUST BE GOOD! Don',tyou agree? Presumably,some of the possible, expectedresponses that Jesuscould utter in response to the young man saYing "Good Master" include:
  15. 15. lVhat is His Nature? O "Certainly,I am good,for I am God." O "You are right. I am good." O Or at least,knowing that he was obviouslygood,beingGod or a manifestation God, Jesus of could have answered young man without the taking issuewith his wordsby saying: ' "rf thou wilt enter into lW, keepthe commandments." But, astonishingly, Jesus respondedto the young man's words "Good Master" with something unexpected! deniedthat he was good, He wondering,"Why you call me good?" do
  16. 16. llhat is His Nature? So, instead of denying his goodness,wouldn't it have been more reasonable for Jesus to seize this occasionand acknowledge that he was good, since he was God or a manifestationof the one God, if such werethe case? Why would he refer to the true God alone,and not reveal his own 'good' divinity? Was he hiding the truth abouthimselffrom the questioner? o IYow this l's life eternal, that they know you, the ONLY true God, and Jesus Christ, whomyou have sent. (John 7:3) 1 In this verse, Jesus again distinguisheshimself from the ONLY true God! It is this only true God who createdand sent Jesus.So, who has the
  17. 17. lYhat is His Nature? full authorityto command and send?The ONLY true God or Jesus? Who is greater, the one who orders and sends or the one who is orderedand sent? o There is One God and one mediator between God and men, the mqn Christ Jesus. (l Timothy2: 5) This versepointsto two identities: (l) one God, and (2) one mediator (Jesus)!Jesus described ,,theman.,' is as The verse did not call him ,,the God Christ Jesus." In fact, nowhere in the Bible is JesuscalledGod! To further discussand answer the question,Is Jesus God or part of God?, let us carefully,critically,and objectively
  18. 18. Llthat is His Nature? read the following parts of verses reported Matthew4: 1-10. in . Then Jesus was led by the SPirit into the desert to be temPted bY the devil. . After fasting forty daYs ond forA nights, he was hungry. . Again, the devil took him to a very high mountsin and shawed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor, . He (the devil) said to him (Jesus)' "All these I will give You, tf You will fall down und worshiPme." Did theseverses triggerany questions or thoughtsin your mind?
  19. 19. What is His Nature? Let me sharewith you someof the questionsand thoughts that stroke my mind afterreadinethe aboveverses: l) The Bible says,"Jesus was led by the Spiril into the desert..." I wonder who has more authority and more power, Jesus or the Spirit? Why didn't Jesus leadhirnself the desert to if he were God? Does God need someone leadHim? to 2) Basedon the testimonyof the above verses, the devil (Satan) tempted Jesus who is considered be God by to some Christians.The simple and logical question that could be raised is: Can God be tempted?
  20. 20. Whatis HisNature? The same Bible tells us that God can't be tempted! This fact is uttered by Jesus in the same story of temptation. Similarly, James,the brother of Jesus, said: . "God csnnot be temptedby evil, and he himself temptsno one." (James 13) l: 3 ) The Bible reports that "After fasting forty days and forty nights, he (Jesus) was hungry." Analyzing this verse,let's reason together: DoesGod fast? ,> To whom was Jesus fasting? To himselfas God or to someone who is thanhim? greater DoesGod feel hungryor thirsty?
  21. 21. Whot is His Nature? 4) In the story of 'the temptation of Jesus' (you find this heading several in Bibles), came to discover that the we devil (Satan) moved and controlled Jesus! Did Satan do that with Jesus the man or Jesusthe God? If Satan did that with Jesusthe man, what is the point? And if the devil did that with Jesus the God, can God be tried, moved, and controlled?Let's remember James' words, "God cannot be tempted by evil... " At the end of the dialogue between Jesus and Satan and after Satan asked Jesus to'Tall down and worship" him, Jesussaid to the devil: ' Worship the Lord your God, and serveHim only." (Matthew 10) 4:
  22. 22. What r'sI*'s Nature? I assume, if Jesus were God incarnate, he might have easily responded,"No, Satan. It is you who must fall down and worship me, your God!" But instead invokedthe above he scriptureaboutworshipping true God the ONLY. On the other hand.we learnedfrom the storythat: (Please read the whole story of the Mattherv l-10). temptation Jesus, of 4:
  23. 23. What is His Nature? But, the Bible emPhaticallY indicatesthat GOD CANNOT BE SEEN OR HEARD. . No one has ever seen him. And n o one can see him, (1 Timothy 1 6 ) 6: . You huve never heurd His voice nor seenHis shape. (John :37) 5 . Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the onlY God, be honor and glory forever and ever,Amen. (l Timothy 17) 1: beforeI conclude Additionally,, this section, me ask:During Jesus'life on let
  24. 24. lilhat is His Nqture? earth didn't his familY, PeoPle, and followers seeand hear him? Therefore, according to the description God in the aboveverses' of Jesus cannot be God. Isn't this reasonable and logical?So, what is the truth? Think aboutit! Now let us turn to discuss other critical questions! 6) z-- u-1) ( (/ I n
  25. 25. lYhat is His Nature? {. Are God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit EQUAL? * Is God the Son (Jesus)EQUAL with God the Father? * Is God the Son (Jesus)EQUAL with God the Holy Spirit? 5J*.**-4 7- /' /Are / They t::t:-l ,,-- -L - -:t:"1 ,-r- Qa:D Let us seewhat Jesushimself says:
  26. 26. W/hatis His Nature? . My Father is greater than 1(Jesus). (John14:28) o My Father, who gsve them to me, is greoter thun all. (Johnlo:29) . Whut I tesch l's not my own teaching, but it comesfrom God, who sentme. (John 16) 7: . I cun of my own self do nothing." ss I hear, I judge: and my juclgment is just; becsuseI seek not my own will, but the will of the Father who has sent me. (John5: 30)
  27. 27. What is His Nature? o No one knows, however, when thut day or hour will come- neither the angels in heaven, nor the Son; only the Father knows. (Mark13:32) . Anyone who says something against the Son of man can be forgiven, but whoever soys something against the HolY Spirit will not be forgiven- now or ever (Matthew 12:32) After reading these clear-cut statements well as many othersspoken as bv Jesus what canwe conclude? hirnself"
  28. 28. ll4tat is His Nature? Basedo n J esus' honestand frank testimony that the only true God (the Father) is greater than him and greater than the Holy Spirit, that what he teaches is not his, that he and the Holy Spirit know nothing aboutthe last day, and that he can do nothing of himself,a s incere seekerof the truth should acceptwhat Jesussays about himself and not make him God or the equalof God! Let me discuss another significant question.
  29. 29. ll/hat r's//rb Nature? * Is Jesusthe only son of God? Let us get the answerfrom the Bible: t Adum is the son of God. (Luke 38) 3: o Isrsel is My first-born son. (Exodus4:22) . The Lord hus said unto me, thou art my Son; this day hove I begottenthee. (Psalms " 2:7,KJY). So, according to the Bible, and announced by the Father himself, David is anotherbegottenSon {with a capital'S'|!
  30. 30. What is His Nature? . Blessed qre the peqcemskers,far they will be culled sons of God. (Matthew 5:9) Tracing this title "son of God" in the Bible, w€ can find many "sons of God" and that Jesus not the onlv son. is It can be concluded that the Bible usesthis title "son of God" figuratively to mean righteous,pious, selected,or God-conscious. THIS LEADS US TO THE CRUCIAL QUESTTON WHICH WE MUST ASK! n tl tl ll tl t-7 =- -,,-
  31. 31. lVhat is His Nature? {. So,who was Jesus? After discussingevidencefrom the Bible that God is One, NOT THREE, that Jesus is not God or part of God, that he is not equal with God, and that he is not the son of God in the literal sense, mustask:So,who wasJesus? we D Jesusthe man The times that Jesusis referredto as 'man' or'son of man' in the Bible are many.Below arejust someverses: o Ye men of Israel, heur these words; Jesus of Nazareth, wss a MAN approved of God smong you by mirocles, wonders,and signs. (Acts2:22).
  32. 32. llrhat is His Nature? These words were uttered by Peter, a very dear friend and follower of Jesus,and he witnessedthings closely. o The Son of MAN come eating and drinking. (Matthewll: 19) o This MAN is really the Prophet. (Jo h n :4 0 ) 7 o Now ye seek to kill me, o MAN that hath told you the truth, which I have heard of God. (John 8: 40, King James Version, some Bibles do not reveal this truth! Checkyour Bible!). At this critical moment of his life, Jesustestified himself that he is "a man." Why didn't he clearly and openly say:
  33. 33. lVhat is His Nature? "Now you seekto kill me,God incarnate, who hastold you the truth." Is it possible that he was hidine the truth? tr Jesusthe Prophet . This is Jesus the prophet of Nuzareth. (Matthew I l) 2l: . Jesus said, "A prophet is never accepted his home town." in (Luke4'.24) . I tell you the truth, no servsnt is greoter thun his msster, nor is a messenger greater than the one who senthim. ( J o h n3 : l 6 ) l
  34. 34. Nature? What r's.EIis . Surely this is the prophet who is to come into the world. (John 14) 6: Jesus,who wasa prophet,.. (Luke24: 19) These are just some of the many Biblical verses which point out that Jesus was a prophet and a messenger of the one true God! Again, nowhere in the Bible he is called God. A finsl criticsl and sisnificant piece of information sbout Jesus!
  35. 35. Whst is His Nature? "In his life on earth Jesusmade his prayers and requestswith loud cries and tears to God. who could savehim from death.Because he was humble and devoted, God heord him." (Hebrews5:7) and conclusionsthat we can derive from the above-cited Biblical texts?
  36. 36. ll/hat is His Nature? Conclusions: The above statements from the Bible form a coherentmessage that there is only one God. " ... I am the only God. Besides me there is no other god; there never was and never will be. I alone am the LORD, the only one who can save you" (Isaiah43: l0-11). "f am the Lord your God und I talerste no partners." (Exodus20: 5) Hundreds of similar statements occur in the Bible, as compared just a to few which contradict them*. *Please see the notesfollowing these conclusions,
  37. 37. What is His Nature? The recurrentthemeis that Jesusis the prophet of the only true God, who createdJesus,created and createdall us, things. Approaching the end of this journey of seekingthe truth, I would like to leave with you some questions to think about! O Isn't it time to put things in their right places? O Isn't it time to placeJesusin his right and respected positionas only a man and a prophet of the one true God? O Isn't it time to turn to our only true God, the Creator,and worship Him alonebeforeit is too late (beforedeath!)?
  38. 38. ll/hat is His Nature? Notes: rr It is believedby a growing number of Biblical scholars that it was Paul (born in 5 A. D.!) who reshapedthe major beliefs in Christianity,including the Trinity, divinity of Jesus, original sin, crucifixion, salvationthrough the blood ofJesus, etc. Furthermore, is widely accepted it by these scholars that Paul wrote his letters before the four gospels, which were later colored and influenced by Paul's beliefs and teachings. The differencebetweenPaul's teachings and Jesus' original messagecontributedto the considerable confusionwe find today about the nature of God. For more information about this, please refer to mJ) upcoming booklet, What llent Wrong?
  39. 39. Whatis HisNature? Afinal thought... After reading this booklet carefully, critically, and oPen-mindedlY; a sincere, and serious honest, seekerof the truth might raise questions like: . ,So. Whatis the truth? . lVho is the true God? . lVhut is His true message? . Whst went wrong? Thesequestions others be and will writings, discussed uPcoming in God willine
  40. 40. lVhat is His Nature? References I - The Holy Bible.King James Version. 2- G ood newsBible. Today's Version. English 3- H oly Bible.New International Version. 4- H oly Bible. Revised Standard Version. 5- The Bible Library.29 workson one CD-ROM disc.It includes Bibles 9 and20Biblicalreferences. 1995Ellis Inc. Enterprises, Oklahoma, USA. 6- The Multi-Bible CD-ROM. Innotech Multimedia,Inc. Ontario,Canada. 7- S everalweb sitesfrom the Internet. 8- I nformation and feedbackfrom my public lectures'audience my and Weekly TV program's viewers. Useful web sites: g www. sultan.org g www.al-sunnah.com
  41. 41. ll/hat is IIis Nature? Any feedback or corrections sre For further information,questions, suggestions, reactions, or pleasefeel free to contact: Dr. Naji Ibrahim Al-Arfaj Website: www.abctruth.com E-mail: abctruth@hotmail.com P. O. Box 418 Hofuf. Al-Ahsa 31982 KSA After reading this booklet critically, I would love to hear from vou!
  42. 42. Writings and Works bY the Author I. A step by step seriesof see.king truth the (Foltowing a scholarly tnd comparative approach): 1. Who is He? A 2. What is His Nature? & 3. Just OneMessage! | 4. What is the Truth? g 5. What WentWrong? ( 6. The Beautyof Islam! U 7. The ABCsof Islam. $ II. Upcoming writings: ) Keysto UltimateSuccess Happiness! and ) A Letter to Janet! ) Why'We'? ) Why are YOU here? III. Other works: o A weeklyTV program.(usingcreative PowerPointand Internet materials)' o TV episodes video& audiotapes' on r Public lecturesand talks'
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