It matters not that it is a Jewish website. Let me remind you that Jews, as a people, overwhelmingly reject Jesus Christ and insist, to this day, that the Jesus Christ of the Bible is not their Messiah. So if you are going to look to them for help in proving that Jesus is also Jehovah in a 3-prong-god, you're in bad shape.
Furthermore, I already informed you that ancient Hebrew manuscripts render Ecclesiastes 12:1 as singular "Creator." Notice one commentary confirming this.
(Source: Clarke's Commentary on the Bible)
And exactly for that reason they are the best authority on the reading of this verse, since they admit categorically that the verse is rendered "your creators" and ARE NOT Trinitarians they outweigh the modern readings even by Trinitarians themselves.
Next you will be arguing that only Jews can read Hebrew. I quoted a source that says the word "Creator" and not "Creators" is what appears in all of the ancient renditions of Ecclesiastes 12:1. Even the Trinitarian Bibles that I quoted would not use "Creators" (plural). The King James Version is a prominent Trinitarian Bible translation, and even it avoided the plural "Creators."
Not only that, the rest of the Bible repeatedly says Jesus is not co-equal and is not co-eternal with Jehovah. I quoted the verse in my OP from Acts that says Jesus Christ is mortal rather than eternal.
"He seeing this before spake of the resurrection of Christ, that his soul was not left in hell, neither his flesh did see corruption." (Acts 2:31--King James Version)
That's "resurrection" as "he was dead" and had to be brought back to life by Almighty God Jehovah. An eternal person cannot die.
DEFINITION OF "ETERNAL": Eternal means not having a beginning or an end.
Jesus Christ literally died. His life ended for three days. That fact alone debunks all claims about trinity in which Jesus is supposedly co-eternal and co-equal with Jehovah. Jesus' mortality renders your argument about Ecclesiastes 12:1 useless.
QUESTION #1 to JOR-EL: How do you get around the fact that Jesus Christ literally died when the trinity dogma says he is co-eternal with Jehovah and, by definition, an eternal person cannot die?
Edited by Alter2Ego, 06 May 2013 - 12:47 AM.