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Was Jesus Christ as a man genetically related to any other human beings?


Is it possible, or impossible with man's inherited genetic defects as the result of sin? Jesus Christ was sinless, and was the spotless Lamb that was sacrificed (1 Peter 1:19).

 

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    PlanksandNails 3 years ago

    Thank-you for a well thought out answer. Jesus in His humanity was in a mortal body that was meant to die for a reason. Additionally, I believe that the geneology from Adam to Jesus is also important too.

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    PlanksandNails 3 years ago

    Jesus Christ was sinless as a man in a mortal vessel. This is amazing to consider.

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    PlanksandNails 3 years ago

    Graceinus,

    Thanks for your answer and your thoughts.

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    PlanksandNails 3 years ago

    Yes, He was born of spirit, but emptied Himself into a fleshly vessel.