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If a man rose to prominence today, saying that he was the Son of God, how would

  1. stuff4kids profile image96
    stuff4kidsposted 23 months ago

    If a man rose to prominence today, saying that he was the Son of God, how would we know he wasn't?

  2. Ann810 profile image81
    Ann810posted 23 months ago

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    Good question, David Koresh thought he was Christ; he had followers but I'm not sure how prominent he was. We would know that someone claiming to be Christ and he's not by him living in a human body. Christ is in the spirit realm, He's not ever going to live as a human-being again. Although Christ's spirit resides in so so many people today.

    Also, any person saying that they're Christ and starts showing magic, witchcraft, and sorcery; it still doesn't matter because he's not Christ the Messiah.

  3. Link10103 profile image75
    Link10103posted 23 months ago

    Well I would think if he can't walk on water or turn water into wine, those would be pretty big indications that he's not.

    Depending on his actions though, its possible for anyone to become immortalized throughout history as anything, even as the son of god.

    1. Ann810 profile image81
      Ann810posted 23 months agoin reply to this

      Technology can be use to do good, but it's obvious technology is used for bad things. If someone did do something like trying to convince people that He's Christ, a resurrection could also be faked due to human-cloning.

    2. Link10103 profile image75
      Link10103posted 23 months agoin reply to this

      Okay...

  4. tamarawilhite profile image92
    tamarawilhiteposted 23 months ago

    It would be much harder for someone to fake it given today's science. Conversely, if he can demonstrably and reliably violate the laws of physics in a lab, we have a much easier time saying yes, this is supernatural.

 
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