One of many implicit proofs put forth by those that promote a man-God Messiah is the use of the term "Savior". They state that since both God and Messiah are called our "Savior", then Yeshua the Messiah must be God. Well, let's study this.
The argument made by those promoting the implicit proof that Messiah is God because he, like God, is our Savior may begin with the use of verses similar to the following:
They will then point to the numerous passages that clearly show Messiah to be our Savior and, along with verses similar to those above "prove" Messiah to be God by implicitly equating Messiah to God using the common term "Savior".
Wow! At first glance it may indeed seem to imply Messiah is God. HaShem (YHVH God) states quite emphatically that there is no savior besides Him. At this point the mystery Babylon man-God promoters will end the discussion, close their Bibles, and proudly declare they have proven Messiah to be God. However, have they? Have they reached the end of the road on this issue, or have they reached the end of the road for their claim? Well my friends, as you may suspect, they most certainly have NOT reached the end of the road on the discussion; however, they have reached the end of the deceptive road they hope to lead others down. I will now continue down the TRUE road and prove them to be intentionally misdirecting you down a path of deception. Let's look at the verses such deceivers do NOT show you. What of these other verses from the Tanakh?
The following points are noteworthy regarding these passages:
More importantly, Yeshua the Messiah is our savior, yet that does NOT in any way imply he is YHVH. How can I say this? Well, it is simply due to the fact that Yeshua is the shaliach (empowered agent) of YHVH. Please read the article on Yeshua, the Shaliach of YHVH for more detailed information. The Jewish Law of Agency, which describes the role of a shaliach, states that "A man's agent is like himself ." Therefore, Yeshua, as the agent of YHVH, was fully empowered to act in His behalf. Since Yeshua was acting as the anointed emissary (agent) of YHVH, he was a "savior" just as is the One by whom he was anointed (YHVH). YHVH is the "savior" THROUGH Yeshua, thus making Yeshua a savior-agent and a savior in his own right.
Another relevant analogy is General McCarthur in WWII. Many in the Philippines considered him their "Savior"; however, how much time did he spend in the jungles fighting? Probably none. The men that fought at all levels of command were also saviors of the Philippinos. Does that mean the General and the common soldier were one and the same person? Of course not! Similarly, both YWVH and Yeshua are referred to as our Savior yet are not the same entity. YWVH is the SUPREME Creator and Yeshua is the supreme obedient soldier. YWVH planned the strategy and gave the orders - Yeshua carried out the mission. Similarly, YHVH also inspired the many other saviors of Scripture to perform His Will, even though they may not have been completely aware they were doing so.
I could present more proof that the use of the term Savior does NOT prove Messiah to be God; however, these points already prove my point. There is no need to waste anymore time refuting this often used intentionally deceptive argument of the man-God promoters. The term "Savior" does NOT prove the "Savior" being referred to is God and God alone. Frankly, the common use of the "Savior" argument by Trinitarians and others that promote the mystery Babylon man-God Messiah is just one of many examples of the desperate lengths they will go to as they frantically search the Scriptures for hints, clues, or implicit proofs they can use to piece together the lie of the man-God Messiah.