“we have an CEO,—who represents the company–an executive who does the “social work” and “public relations”, and an executive who carries out the everyday workings with the public.
they make up one corporate leadership. all equal.”
With your scenario the CEO/Corporate leadership either consists of 3 individual people, or one person who is doing 3 different jobs. So which applies to the trinity?
“I get the feeling that some on this page refuse to even remotely try to think with an open mind. Some just want to argue everything.”
A little about myself; I am the type of person when told something that doesn’t quite make sense to me, I will keep asking questions until I understand 100% of what I am being told. If it still doesn’t make sense to me even after I completely understand the point being made, I will keep prying and asking questions until either it makes sense to me, or the person giving me this information realizes the flaw in his argument. I believe there are many flaws in Christianity and a lot of stuff in the bible that doesn’t make sense to me, so I ask questions; not really in an attempt to learn anything (even though I have learned much by asking questions this way) but to see what kind of opinions are out there. I am sure I am not the only one who is asking these kinds of questions. Sometimes I forget what it’s like to be Christian. For many Christianity is not just a religion but a big part of who that person is; a way of which they identify themselves. When I come by and start pointing out the flaws in this part of their belief system, and they find themselves without an answer, tempers and hostility can erupt, and a civil conversation can get pretty ugly as we can see from “vhoofpreacher’s” response. It is not my intention to offend anyone, but I also realize that as long as I continue to ask questions it is liable to happen.
P.S. The truth should always be up for question