Polls Archive [page_polls] 7 thoughts on “Polls Archive” I think the way many of these questions are being casted, Dale, are clearly intended to skew the issue in favour of Unitarianism and make Trinitarianism look silly. They’re not objective questions. For example, the T/F question “God is a human being” clearly subtly misrepresents the issue of God’s entering into a state of hypostatic union in a tabernacle of flesh (cf. Jn. 1:14 & Exo. 40:34-35). Of course God is not, of fundamental essence, a human beings. But the prophets speaks of the Messiah as the one who comes “from ancient days”, or, “the days of eternity” (cf. Micah 5:2) who, in the same way he dwelled in the Tabernacle with Israel, so too will dwell in the Tabernacle in the tent of Jesus’ body. The eternal God enters into human flesh and lives among man as man, which is why he can be called “God With Us” (cf. Matt. 1:23). So God voluntarily takes on a human nature, he isn’t just a flat “a human being.” The very phrase sounds vulgar and irreverent thus casted. Reply Oh, I meant that the way you fixed it now is the same way it was a few upgrades ago. All we have to do now is refresh the page to get another poll. Thank you : -) Reply You may be right; in any event, it seems I can’t control it now. Reply Thank you, Dale. I recall you had it that way a few upgrades ago. : -) Reply No way to leave them open on this archive page. But I’ve changed things so that a random one shows each time the main page is loaded. They really are all open, but that’s how you can access them. Reply Hi Dale, I see of no way to vote on the polls in the Polls Archive. How can we vote on old polls that evidently say that they never expire? Reply Pingback: trinities - Comment on a Poll – an inconsistent triad (Dale) Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Solve : * 24 ⁄ 6 = Email me about new posts.