The Word of God says"God is a jealous God, thou shall not have another God before me." this means and I believe this is part of the Ten Commandments, we should not value anything on earth more than we value Him. Money, Clothes, Cars, things/ material possessions, fame, education, men or woman, family, children etc. From my understanding we should not let the possessing of these things drive us to harm, deceive, steal, kill, or misuse another person to get these things because they have infact become our gods because with God we would never step on or harm another to have their prosperity, what rightfully belongs to them. With the Lord, His prosperity comes without repentance. I hope that Helps forgive me I may not know the exact text and verse but it is in the Bible for sure. Strawberrygirl help me out here. Lol
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God isn't jealous. Also, the three parts are all God, but not all the same part of Him. They are different parts operating in different ways. It is the model of what we should be: one with ourselves, one with another in marriage, one with God. That makes us a trinity too, but not perfect because we cannot love perfectly as God can until we get to heaven. This is why some fellow Christians believe that our spirits are parts of God, sent out to learn, and go back to the main piece once they are ready. I don't know if this is exactly true, but I do believe a piece of the Holy Spirit is in all of us, and Jesus came down and will come down again to save us, and the Father is who made us in his image, and will always be the model for human perfection. This is what I believe fully to be true.
One would have to be specific with the terminology. Evolved how? Physically, I don't think there is any evidence to that affect (I could be wrong). Intellectually, possibly. Morally, I would say so. But as pointed out earlier, we also have the Trinity to take into account (I recognize that not all Christians accept this view of Jesus, but on the same hand it is the mainstream for Christianity in general). But I am no theologian. I only know what I have studied, and I have much more to study. So, I do answer as a layman. God bless!