If you have not already read Answering Unitarians #1: Does the Deity of Christ Matter?, please do so before continuing.
What you will find below is a short exhortation to those whose hearts are hardened, who read AU1 and were not persuaded by logic, nor by scripture, nor by philosophy, nor by emotion. For such people who will not or can not respond to the good news of God in the flesh, there is but one recourse: the Law.
To my Unitarian friends, who reject the Deity of Christ but uphold the Scriptures as God’s revelation to mankind, take heed.
There were only a handful of crimes in ancient Israel that guaranteed death if convicted. Among them, blasphemy and idolatry.
If Jesus is not God incarnate, and you worship Him, then you are committing idolatry. Exodus 20:3, Deuteronomy 5:7, 30:17-18
If Jesus is God incarnate, and you do not give Him the honor and glory due His Name but instead call Him a mere creature, then you are committing blasphemy. Numbers 15:30-31; Psalm 2:12; John 5:23
Think carefully; what you decide will have eternal consequences.