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Jesus was God and Worshiped as God 

 

 

And when He [God the Father] again brings the firstborn into the world, He says [of the Son], "AND LET ALL THE ANGELS OF GOD WORSHIP HIM" (Heb. 1:6)

 

 

 

 

The Muslim Challenge: “Where did Jesus say, “I am God worship Me?”

If Jesus is God, Islam is proven a false religion and thus, Mohammad is merely another false prophet who deceived his followers.   

Although Jesus never literally stated, "I am God," Jesus’ claims to deity were much stronger and clearer than if He had said, “I am God.” In fact, some of Jesus' claims to deity were only used of YHWH (e.g., egō eimi). The specific claims of Jesus to be equal with God were not used by nor were they applied to humans or angels, as with the term “God”. . . .  Read more

 

 

 

 

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The Trinity in the OT  

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Muslims reject the full deity of Christ - the only means of salvation  

 

However, aside from the biblical passages where Jesus claims that He is God (cf. John 5:17-18; 10:26-33; the egō eimi ["I am"] affirmations [John 8:24, 28, 58; 13:19; 18:5, 6, 8; etc.) and the passages where He is presented as God by His apostles (cf. John 1:1, 18; 20:28; Rom. 9:5; 1 Cor. 2:8; Phil. 2:6; Col. 2:9; Titus 2:13; 2 Pet. 1:1; 1 John 5:20; Jude 4; Rev. 22:13), and presented as God by the Father (cf. Heb. 1:6, 8, 10-12) the Son possesses the very attributes of God:

 

  • He has power to forgive sins (cf. Matt. 9:6)

  • He is greater than the temple (cf. Matt. 12:6)

  • He is Lord of the Sabbath (cf. Matt. 12:8)

  • He is the King of a kingdom and the angels are His, He gathers His elect (cf. Matt. 13:41; Mark 13:27)

  • He is the Messiah, the Son of the living God (cf. Matt. 16:13-17)

  • He was to be killed and raised from the dead (cf. Matt. 17:9, 22-23; 19;26:2; Mark 8:31; 9:31; Luke 9:22; 18:31-33; John 2:19ff.)

  • He is omnipresent (cf. Matt. 28:20; John 14:23)

  • He is omniscient (cf. John 2:24-25; 6:64; 16:30; 21:17)

  • His is omnipotent (cf. Matt. 8:27; 9:6; 28:18; Heb. 7:25)

  • He gave His life as a ransom for many (cf. Mark. 10:45)

  • He gives eternal life (cf. Luke 10:21-22; John 5:21; 10:27-28)

  • He is the monogenēs theos, “unique/one and only God” that came from heaven (cf. John 1:18; 3:13)

  • He pre-existed with and shared glory with the Father (cf. Micah 5:2; John 1:1; 17:5)

  • He is Immutable (cf. Heb. 13:8)

  • He was worshiped as God (cf. Dan. 7:14; Matt. 14:33; John 9:35-38; Heb. 1:6; Rev. 5:13-14)

 

Virtually every New Testament book teaches the full deity of the Son, Jesus Christ, explicitly or implicitly. This is exegetically seen in passages such as the ones mentioned above. The biblical evidence is massive. Jesus declared in John 8:24: Ean gar mē pisteusēte hoti egō eimi apothaneisthe en tais hamartiais humōn (lit., “For if you should not believe that I am [egō eimi] you will perish in your sins”).  

 

See Dr. Edward Dalcour debate Muslim apologist, Sadiq Abdul Malyk:

on the Deity of Jesus Christ (9 Parts) HERE