1851Re: [biblicalapologetics] Re: God incarnate
- Jan 11, 2008You said you could have asked "When did Jesus know that he was formerly Michael the archangel?"
Do you mean to say that you think Jesus WAS Micharl the archangel? Or are you simply saying you could have asked a whole series of non-sensical questions, such as "When did Jesus know that he was formerly Michael the archangel?" is?
There are several reasons I think "When did Jesus know that he was formerly Michael the archangel?" _is_ non-sensical, in part because of the implication that Jesus was "God incarnate," which means he CAN'T also have been formerly Michael the archangel.
You also asked if Jesus was the first creature God created, but if he was created, how could he also be "equally God with the Father"? Can a god be created?
How would you conform this all with the Biblical verses where God said He does not have a son, and that there is no god beside Him? Eccl. 4:8, for example.
---- "Robert M. Bowman wrote:
> You wrote:
> << Your answer speaks of his knowing when he was "Gods Son", in a
> unique way and I agree with his knowing such by his baptism at the
> latest. However that is not really the question.
> When did he know he was "God incarnate", which is different thing?
> That is the specific point being inquired about. >>
> Ah, well, that's the issue, isn't it? When you say that Jesus
> is "God's Son," you mean that he is the first creature that God made;
> when I say that Jesus is "God's Son," I mean that he is the eternal,
> infinite, divine Son, equally God with the Father.
> I could ask you similarly specific questions, such as, When did Jesus
> know that he was formerly Michael the archangel? Or, When did Jesus
> know that he had been created as the first and greatest of God's
> spirit sons?
> You asked:
> << As a side point; When do wee find him clearly speaking of this? >>
> See above.
> In Christ's service,
> Rob Bowman
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