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How can Jesus be both root and offspring of David if he was only a man and did not pre-exist his incarnation? This is an important question. It deserves to be answered from biblical facts which God has abundantly provided - there is no need for assumptions. Before answering, we do need to rehearse the solid foundation provided regarding Jesus. He will be ...


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God is a personification of reality. Actually, a hyper-reality. Jesus "existed" as a human ideal. The best & noble qualities of a purified & selfless Man. Knowledge gathered & accumulated thru time across cultures. Jesus is in effect, the best a man can be. You don't read the Old testament absolutely literally. Don't do the same to the ...


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The Nephilim were the hybrid offspring of disobedient angels (demons) and human women. Evidently, the demons were still able to 'materialise' (take a physical, human-like form), a power that faithful angels used on numerous occasions (for example the angels that helped Lot escape, or the angel that wrestled with Jacob). Genesis 6:4 states that the Nephilim ...


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God is eternal and does not change. He just is. He can see the beginning to the end. He prepared before the foundation of the earth, before any human was created, to send his Son as a human to die for our sin. Because He knew we would fall. God's dealing with us throughout history has changed, but the plan all along was was for Him to redeem humanity. He is ...


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God's personality didn't change. How He interacted with humanity changed. It's important to understand that when God makes agreements with humans, He will always adhere to them. He may not be happy about them, but he'll stick to the terms of the agreement he made, because God is perfectly truthful and perfectly faithful. These agreements are called Covenants,...


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Answering from Catholic and traditional Protestant (5 solas) perspective (both adhere to the Holy Trinity and the Chalcedonian Creed): The Chalcedonian Creed emphasised that the union of the dual nature is analogous to the union of the soul and the human body, so that the two remained distinct but cooperates seamlesly so that there is one only hypostasis ...


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