Why did Isaiah write that the Lord said “Beside me there is no God” and “There is none beside me” (Isa. 44:6; Isa. 45:21) when there are three personages in the Godhead?

Title

Why did Isaiah write that the Lord said “Beside me there is no God” and “There is none beside me” (Isa. 44:6; Isa. 45:21) when there are three personages in the Godhead?

Magazine

Ensign

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1989

Authors

Sellers, Keith L. (Primary), and Forsnes, Victor G. (Primary)

Pagination

52-53

Date Published

December 1989

Volume

19

Issue Number

12

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Bibliographic Citation

Sellers, Keith L., and Forsnes, Victor G. "Why did Isaiah write that the Lord said “Beside me there is no God” and “There is none beside me” (Isa. 44:6; Isa. 45:21) when there are three personages in the Godhead?", Ensign, Vol. 19. no. 12 1989:52-53.
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Godhead
Jesus Christ–Jehovah

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