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The King said that the fourth person looked like "a son of the Gods." This is translated as "the son of God" in the King James Version, which has led some people to conflate the fourth figure with Christ, but it's important to remember that the concept of "the son of God (singular)" makes no sense to the King, who was a polytheist. He calls out to ...


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It is not explicitly stated whether or not this was a Christophany. Nebuchadnezzar's description that the Fourth was like "a son of the gods" without any commentary by the writer himself is circumstantial evidence that this was a legitimate conclusion. God does promise to be with us in the fires as He said through the prophet Isaiah: But now thus says ...


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Yes, before Jesus was born there was references to the Angel of the Lord. Take a look at Exodus 23:20 "See, I am sending an angel ahead of you to guard you along the way and to bring you to the place I have prepared." You could say that Jesus protected the true Christians both spiritually and physically. It also refers to this angel bringing them to a ...


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Christphany is from the Greek noun Christos- "Christ, Anointed", and the Greek ending "phany" from the verb phaneroĊ, to be revealed or to manifest. So, it is Christ made known and clear to the eye. So, one was Christophany. Just to confirm that the other two were angels and the third was the LORD (YHWH) We put Chapters 18 and 19 of Genesis together. ...



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