Hermann Samuel Reimarus — studied the historical Jesus. The scholarly effort to reconstruct an "authentic" historical picture of Jesus was a product of the Enlightenment skepticism of the late eighteenth century. Reimarus had left permission for his work to be published after his death, and Lessing did so between andpublishing them as Die Fragmente eines unbekannten Autors The Fragments of an Unknown Author. Reimarus distinguished between what Jesus taught and how he is portrayed in the New Testament.
As an example of the facts: In the words of Methodtus A. In the words of Lactantius A. Which voice is found to have been foretold by David.
And the Spirit of God descended upon Him, formed after the appearance of a white dove.
From that time He began to perform the greatest miracles, not by magical tricks, which display nothing true and substantial, but by heavenly strength and power, which were foretold even long ago by the prophets who announced Him; which works are so many, that a single book is not sufficient to comprise them all".
The Old Testament prediction made reference to in the above quotation by Lactantius is found at Ps 2: And what few Christians today realize is that most ancient copies of the New Testament scriptures does in fact confirm the prophesy that these words were indeed spoken at his baptism when the Father said of Jesus: Moreover, these words which were spoken to Jesus are actually confirmed at two other places in the New Testament.
At the very beginning of Paul's Epistle to the Hebrews 1: Contrary to the Apostle's conclusions upon which the Epistle to the Hebrews is founded, because this statement which was reportedly spoken from heaven was altered by the later church, nowhere in our present day translations are these words said to Jesus.
Yet, there is a parallel account in Acts that speaks of the disciples of Jesus being adopted by God in the same manner as Jesus himself was adopted as the very first of the prodigal sons to return to the Edenic Kingdom of Origination: Were these the actual words which were spoken to Jesus?
If they were, what are the religious and spiritual implications for the modern Christian in search of a more intimate relationship with the Lord. This very serious doctrinal problem is raised in the Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown Commentary where it is written: This, however, is a forced way of interpreting the words, and not at all consistent with the context, which clearly connects the Sonship with the resurrection of Christ.
Does the apostle, then; mean to say that Christ became God's Son -- for the first time and in the only sense in which He was the Son of God -- by His resurrection from the dead?
The problem is seen in the fact that the Bible means exactly what is says: In fact, because they believed what Jesus himself taught them -- i. Thusthe second century writer Irenaeus states that they: From a biblical perspective, there is nothing in the Old Testament that even remotely implies or predicts that the Eternal God will come in the form of man.
The prediction was that God would raise up a prophet from among the Jews, like Moses, as seen where it is written: When Peter spoke before the Jews, he stated that this prediction applied to Jesus -- and in so doing, himself called Jesus a prophet: You shall listen to him in whatever he tells you Perhaps more importantly is the fact that Jesus referred to himself as a prophet, as seen in the words: When conversing about his crucifixion, Jesus again spoke of himself as a prophet, as seen where it is written: Thus, Jesus told his disciples and followers that he was a prophet.
If Jesus was God, and the Father and the Son were not separate and distinct individuals, such a prayer would have been meaningless. Moreover, neither could God call his disciples his brothers, and make the statement: What Jesus taught his disciples was that he and the Father were One -- but this same Oneness was also applied to his disciples, as seen in the words:Where Jesus Walked [Ken Duncan] on adriaticoutfitters.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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