God the Son

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  • The True Son Of God In The Gospel Of John

    In the Gospel of John, Jesus is shown performing miraculous deeds to prove to the Jewish people that he was the true son of God. John uses an eye-witness testimony to prove that Jesus was the true light sent down by God. The Gospel of John reveals that Jesus is the only son of God when Jesus prayed and said, “Now this is eternal life, that they should know you, the only true God, and the one whom you sent, Jesus Christ” (JN 17:3, NABRE). John showed Jesus trying to convince non-believers through the act of seven different signs, in which the first sign was when Jesus turned six stone water jars into wine at a wedding in Cana. John alludes back to the phrases in the Old Testament starting with ‘I am’; these phrases create a deeper spiritual…

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  • Jesus Is The Son Of God

    corrupted his teachings to say that he was the Son of God. However, through this apologetics course, it has been shown verifiably that the New Testament is reliable and uncorrupted. This means that what Jesus says in the New Testament is most likely the most accurate version of what he taught. According to the Biblical account, Jesus Christ claimed a great number of times to be the Son of God directly, through declaration of his oneness with God, and by multiple inferences made in his…

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  • Son Of God Analysis

    As stated earlier, E.M Cook was one of the scholars that contributed to the “son of God” debate and argued that the “son” was a negative figure. Cook offered the most comprehensive defense to the negative interpretation in his article, “4Q246”. Cook states “the Akkadian prophecies provide the most convincing background for 4Q246” and he argues for a direct relationship with these scrolls . The Akkadian prophecies introduced by Cook are a compilation of five works that date from the…

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  • Jesus The Son Of God Analysis

    Although Mark labels Jesus as the “Son of God” in the first verse of his Gospel, it seems that this title does not define Jesus. Rather, Jesus defines what being the Son of God entails. For instance, Mark implies that the Son of God must be tempted and remain faithful to God. Immediately after being baptized by John the Baptist, “the spirit drove him out into the wilderness. And he was in the wilderness forty days, being tempted by Satan” (Mk 1:12-13). Jesus was forcibly driven into the…

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  • The Son Of God Chapter 2 Analysis

    enemies of God our Heavenly Father. I was able to put on the Armour of God that I was lacking before. I was able to successfully rebuke all these enemies once they were identified. Since I was in the situation and confused, it was difficult for me to discern who or what I was dealing with. I needed those more deeper in The Word to identify it was demonic. I stopped communicating with the witch, demons, and Satan immediately upon my revelation they were not of God or The Word. Points of…

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  • Jesus: The Son Of God And Man

    lord, the son of God? Jesus was there to serve, and I believe that is what he did. Jesus did not lie he was honest and even if people didn’t like what he had to say he would not hid in secret. He was a servant of all. Jesus is the son of God and Man. I believe Jesus has to be both because he needs to be the same as you and I to serve and help mankind. Jesus being the son of God always gave him the power to not be tempted by sin and pure. Being the son of God, he wants to follow in his father’s…

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  • Jesus The Son Of God Research Paper

    The Son of God; Jesus was born in the city of Bethlehem, Judea. At that time the country was ruled by the Roman Empire. Most Jews were simply hard workers to maintain a very poor life. They had lost all hope that one day they will have their kingdom back. Jesus grew up in a very poor family and experienced a typical Jews’ life. Jesus’ father was a carpenter who simply worked to get a family meal. Jesus started to find his life motive in going to the synagogue once a week where he got to hear the…

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  • Comparison Of God The Father, Son, And Holy Spirit

    First I want to acknowledge God the Father, Son , and Holy Spirit, and give thanks to Him who gives us "all we need" according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19). I thank God for the opportunity to explain in adequate detail my disagreements with certain teachings, basing my theology on what the scriptures actually say and teach, and relying on the Holy Spirit alone to reveal the truth of God 's word. My prayer is that I will not cause dissension or dispute, but that to…

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  • Personal Narrative: I Believe In God The Father, Son And Holy Spirit

    I believe in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. I believe that God is one divine nature with three divine persons. I believe that God created everything that surrounds us today and is the infinite starting force behind our universe. All of these statements have been made more true to me as this course comes to an end. I have always known God is real but, now I have the information form this course to know for sure. God exists and through learning many things in this course has change my…

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  • The Son Of God: The Prologue Of John

    a Gnostic text, because of Jesus suffering for the sins of humankind. Though for the sake of this paper, we are going to forget about that and focus solely on the conclusions we can drawn from the prologue. Gnosticism typically teaches that salvation is achieved by special knowledge. It is also dualistic; good and evil or light and dark. John is not seen as a gnostic for one main reason; they deny the incarnation of a Son of God. In other words, they did not think that a human being could embody…

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