Who Should Christians Worship? 1 by Dale Tuggy

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part one -- This is a two-part presentation by Dr. Dale Tuggy, professor of philosophy at the State University of NY at Fredonia. Tuggy's razor sharp logic slices through many of the erroneous and unsound arguments commonly made by both trinitarians and unitarians. He argues that Jesus should be worshiped, and not just in a civic sense, but in a religious context. He employs careful reasoning to show that such an act is not idolatry. For Tuggy idolatry is not merely defined as worshiping a creature or worshiping anyone other than God, but worshiping someone or something in disobedience to God. Since God has exalted Jesus to his right hand and he has approved and wills that Jesus be honored, sung to, bowed to, etc., it is right to worship him. Worshiping Jesus is always done to the glory of God and so even if he is the direct object of worship, his Father is always the indirect object. This presentation deconstructed my previous position on this subject and erected in its place... To read the rest of the description visit http://www.christianmonotheism.com/php/media_center/media_displayer.php?mode=display_one#38;data=455

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