If Jesus was God as the human manifestation - God the son, then how is it possible that he was forsaken by his extended self - God the father when he is said to be omnipresent?
If you believe (like many do) that he was forsaken in the presence of sin that he(meaning Jesus) carried for the world, then wouldnt that also mean that God is absent from those who sin? Or that God is absent from the world - which is still full of sin. Then again, as pam19 reminded me earlier, isnt he in everyone who loves?
HOpe this isnt TOO confusing...Answer Question
Okay, here's the easiest way I know to explain it... God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit are all part of the Trinity but they are not the same person (or being). Think of a boiled egg. It has three parts, the shell, the white and the yolk. You know that all three parts make up the one whole of the boiled egg, but you can peel away the shell, remove the white and have the yolk - all three are separate things in their own right. The Trinity is the same way, three parts that make one whole but each part is it's own thing as well.
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