"Primitive" Christianity implies returning to what Jesus ACTUALLY TAUGHT- rather than the foul tradition of Churchianity.

Who did Jesus teach was God?

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What doth your Inner Christ say?

John 4:24  

Words of Jesus:

"God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth."

Of course, He had a great deal else to say about the nature of God and qualities of God.  Even that "ye (we) are gods."  But, your question is about the "who-ness" of God, as stated by Jesus.  A Spirit...

God is Our Father  (hmmm  I see some Friends running for cover...)

Was that a rhetorical question? Is this a rhetorical question? If I were in my right mind, would I respond to this question at all? Does it sound likely to tell me anything significant about God or Jesus? Does it sound likely to tell me more than I want to know about the mindset of the person asking? Why am I doing this?

AGAIN~

Who did JESUS teach was God?

Again: If you come here grinding an ax, all you're going to see is wood.

Certainly you can talk about what you know of God; but if all you've got to offer is hearsay, you're wasting your time as well as ours.

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