all this talk about godhead and three or two gods and whatnot !!
Get your heads out of the churches for they are germanic/romanic/slavic folk paganism mixed with Yisraeli Scriptures, so stop qouting the "church fathers" as having any knowledge or authority about those Sacred Scriptures for it is well know they themselves only understood the Scriptures by using greek philosophy.
Let's let the writings speak of the people who knew and saw the Ancient Nazarenes;
They have no different ideas, but confess everything exactly as the Law proclaims it and in the Jewish fashion – except for their belief in Christ, if you please! For they acknowledge both the resurrection of the dead and the divine creation of all things, and declare that God is one, and that his Son is Yeshua Mshikha (jesus christ in the original writings).
– Epiphanius of Salamis, Panarion 29.7.2
(It is interesting to note what beliefs Epiphanius contrasts between the Jews and Nazarenes, for the Jews as a whole, excluding the Sadducees, confirm the resurrection of the dead and the divine creation of all things. It is quite possible that the distinction between them was their belief that Jesus will be the one to raise the dead (see John 6:40,44,54) and created all things (see Colossians 1:15-16), thus calling him divine yet the Son of God)
They believe that Messiah, the son of God, was born of the Virgin Mary.
– Jerome, Letter 75 Jerome to Augustine
yes, we believe in One Elohim my friend. The essences/aspects of Elohim are all of his one person/being.
The Father is not the only aspect of Elohim. There is also the Ruach Hakodesh, the Mother aspect of Elohim. And there is also the Son aspect of Elohim, that is the manifest aspect of the Father and Mother aspect of Elohim.
To help you understand, Serkan, let's use me as an example. Okay, so say I marry someone, and she and I have a son. Okay. So, to explain to you this comparison, I have at least three aspects. I am Anayah, the father. I am also Anayah the husband. And I am Anayah, the son. I am Anayah the son because I am the son of my father and mother. So, take a look. Am I saying that I am three different people, persons, or beings? NO!!! I am merely saying that there is different aspects to my one person/being. In the same way that I am father, husband, and son, the same way Elohim is Father, Mother, and Son. Do you know understand what we are truly saying? We do not speak of anything polytheistic or trinitarian. WE ARE UNITARIAN, and there is ONLY ONE Elohim. ONLY ONE person/being of Elohim. THREE aspects as I will have THREE aspects.
i don't know Islam well enough to make good enough distinctions. What I do know is that the Elohim of the "Old Testament" is the same as the Elohim of the "New Testament". My Elohim is unitarian in person/being. How can you object so vehemently when I make the statements "I believe the Holy Spirit is Elohim. I believe the Father is Elohim. I believe the Son is Elohim." All those statements you would agree with. It is also makes sense that many aspects of Allah are similar to Yahuwah. Notice I said many and not all. Why does it make sense? Because Islam is based off of the Scriptures of Yahuwah. And please note I say there are many aspects of Allah similar, not all.
I personally believe the Great Spirit of many Native American religions is the same as Yahuwah. There is a broad range of evidence that many Native Americans are in fact lost tribe Israelites.
are you sure? i thought your God is monotheistic? commonality one. your God has predestined everything, including who is saved and who isn't. the saved must be in line with God's will in order to be saved. commonality two and three. your God is omnipresent, omniscient, and omnipotent, as well as omnibenevolent. commonality four. your God reveals himself through sacred writing. commonality five. your God teaches heaven and hell. commonality six. idolatry is condemned along with other immoral practices. commonality seven.
lots of pagan religions have parts of truth. these truths come from events that actually happened. for example, all the greek gods of mythology are based on real beings that sinned against God, fallen angels if you will, and giants.
I'm not sure what you are saying sevynn. i don't know who you are talking to, and what you are responding to. could you clarify these things?