In Phoenicia the trinity of gods were Ulomus,Ulosuros, and Eliun.

If the majority of God's people misunderstood Jesus' mission the first time He came, what makes us think that we will understand His mission this time? In Jesus' earthly time, the Pharisees and teachers of the Law, who loved God's Word more than anyone else, were actually the greatest obstacles to the purposes of God in their generation. Why? Because they already thought they knew how the Messiah should come. (Galatians 6:3)

What if God were the God of the Bible?

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What about people who had died beforeJesus was born?

Just apply all of what you’re saying to the true Israel and the true people of God, the heirs of Abraham’s promise fulfilled by faith in Christ. Then apply the prophecies of natural Israel to those of the natural Israel who accept Christ, and all is coming together. And actually, there are no grounds for you to accuse me of liberalism. Zionism, Jewish unbelief, are the foundation of any political, and thus spiritual liberal corruption of the modern world, starting with communism, leftism and all sorts of other utopias. The Jews do carry, the now warped, messianism in themselves. However, without God, and actually by rejecting Him, it is only His enemy that can inspire these false, utopian, “brotherhood” vision of human society and future that end up in gargantuan historical atrocities.

Jesus is to mea way to understand God which I can relate to.

Jewish religious Zionism and Christian Zionism are certainly not the foundation of any corruption. Quite the reverse, it is one of the few rays of hope in the darkening world of the West and of the Western Church. The deepest root of the modern corruption is secularization, and historical Christianity is a secularization of the Jewish religion, because it reduces this religion to ethics and dismisses the Torah. This will be undone at Messiah’s return, when a universal theocracy will be instituted.

Jesus resisted for he knew that only his faith inGod would give him the power.
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Is Jesus Really God? — The Church of God International

To such a real union it is true, the dispensation itself never came. ...God drew nearer to men in an outward way. But to the last it continued to be only in an outward way. The wall of partition that separated the divine from the human, was never fully broken down.. ..It was a revelation of God to man, and not a revelation of God in man-the only form in which it was possible for Him to become truly known.

Jesus the Revelator: giving of God’s law in the Sermon on the Mounti.

Nowhere in Scripture are the Old Testament believers said to have "passed from death to life," to have been "regenerated," to have been "born again," or to have participated in the dynamic of the indwelling life of the risen Lord Jesus. Professor Dunzweiler, in his attempt to document "regeneration and indwelling in the Old Testament period," defines regeneration as "that ministry of the Holy Spirit by which He imparts (italics added) spiritual life to one who is spiritually dead."He proposes in his conclusion that

Propagation of Jesus’ words as being the Word of Godv.

Yes, Jesus came first to the Jew then (sent the apostles) to the Gentile. But if the Jew rejected Him the Jew is worse off than the Gentile who has repented and believed upon the Lord. Or from their own kin who are Christian. There is no other name which saves. The apostles preached that to their own kin (Acts 2) and those who were stung int he heart repented. The apostles even accused the Jews, their own kin, that they crucified their own righteous King. They did not tell them: “Oh, its OK, you killed Jesus the Messiah, but God loves you anyways, so you can keep on going as you are, you are that special.”

How on Earth Did Jesus Become God - Prezi

35 CE
Acts of Paul (and Thecla)
Acts of Paul II, 2 (Antioch) : And I also believe my brothers, that there exists no other god save [Jesus] Christ, the Son of the Blessed, the One to whom belongs the glory [forever] Amen.
Traditional date for Acts of Paul is 180-200 CE.