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Mar-11-2002 at 00:41 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Last edited by Paul Younan on Mar-11-2002 at 00:42 AM (GMT3)

Shlama Akhay (in particular, Akhi Don),

Akhi Don had asked in a previous post three very important questions, if the Aramaic somehow cleared things up.

Those three questions, being paraphrased, are as follows - please correct me, Akhi Don, if I destroyed your original questions - I'm recalling from memory and summarizing:


  • What does it mean when Jesus is called the "Son of God" ?
  • What does it mean when Jesus is called the "Son of Man" ?
  • How come Jesus never said "I am God" ?

Here is the meaning of the "Son of God":


Here is the meaning of the "Son of Man":


When we say "Jesus" we are referring to the Parsopa of the Incarnation. Therefore, here is why Jesus never said "I am God":


Here is why the Messiah is called "Marya" (Acts 2:38) and "Alaha" (Romans 9:5):


Here is why Meshikha hungered, wept, was scared, was tempted, etc, etc:


Here is why Meshikha forgave sins, raised the dead and accepts worship from all of creation:


Here is why Meshikha is called "the First-Fruits of our Nature" and "the First-Born of all creation":


Any questions ?

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1. RE: Son Of.....

Mar-11-2002 at 05:57 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

In reply to message #0
 
> Last edited
>by Paul Younan on Mar-11-2002
>at 00:42 AM (GMT3)

>
>Shlama Akhay (in particular, Akhi Don),
>
>
>Akhi Don had asked in a
>previous post three very important
>questions, if the Aramaic somehow
>cleared things up.
>
>Those three questions, being paraphrased, are
>as follows - please correct
>me, Akhi Don, if I
>destroyed your original questions -
>I'm recalling from memory and
>summarizing:
>
>


    >
  • What does it mean when
    >Jesus is called the "Son
    >of God" ?
    >
  • What does it mean when
    >Jesus is called the "Son
    >of Man" ?
    >
  • How come Jesus never said
    >"I am God" ?
    >

>
>Here is the meaning of the
>"Son of God":
>
>

>

>
>Here is the meaning of the
>"Son of Man":
>
>

>

>
>When we say "Jesus" we are
>referring to the Parsopa of
>the Incarnation. Therefore, here
>is why Jesus never said
>"I am God":
>
>

>

>
>Here is why the Messiah is
>called "Marya" (Acts 2:38) and
>"Alaha" (Romans 9:5):
>
>

>

>
>Here is why Meshikha hungered, wept,
>was scared, was tempted, etc,
>etc:
>
>

>

>
>Here is why Meshikha forgave sins,
>raised the dead and accepts
>worship from all of creation:
>
>
>

>

>
>Here is why Meshikha is called
>"the First-Fruits of our Nature"
>and "the First-Born of all
>creation":
>
>

>

>
>Any questions ?
>
>Fk^rwbw 0ml4
>
> Peshitta.org


I do. I still do not understand how the charts work.


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2. RE: Son Of.....

Mar-11-2002 at 06:05 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

In reply to message #1
 
Shlama Akhi Bar-Khela,

>I do. I still do not
>understand how the charts work.

At all?

Start off with some basic questions, this is a complicated and highly technical topic.

What's your first question?

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3. RE: Son Of.....

Mar-12-2002 at 03:54 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Great charts, Paul .... it really helps visualize these otherwise complicated concepts!


-Dean

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