Jesus was made, God the father took the seed of divinty and place it in the tube of hurmanity and nine months late came the Lamb of God which taketh away the sin OF the world.
lol, god made a virgin pregnant and her husband didnt mind. Couldnt he have made jesus from dust like he did adam?
What a silly story.
Jesus already existed in Heaven with the Father. Adam, who did not already exist, was created from the dust. God's plan was for Jesus to become flesh in order to live among lowly mankind as an example. He came to save man. Joseph had no reason to be jealous. Besides, He chose to be obedient once he received understanding because he believed God. God's thoughts and plans are superior to ours. Human reasoning is inferior to His. That's where our faith comes in.
Isn't human reasoning responsible for the faith to begin with? There is no heavenly decree, only the opinions of our primitive mind.
Was Jesus made or created? What's the difference in the two?
That's what I was thinking...what a strange question.
being make means you come form something alread made. being created you comes from nothing, you just appear.
Are you sure you're not talking about Horus? That's pretty much the same story long before the Christ existed.
"Jesus" in Spirit just always has been, is, and will be, was with God (and was God) from the beginning. He wasn't created; He wasn't "made" (except His body was "made" physically from Mary's giving birth to Him.
He (a portion of God's Spirit which is God) was placed in the body of the virgin Mary so that a man called Jesus would be born in the flesh. Jesus the only "begotten" (born of woman) son of God; the Word in the flesh as John calls Him.
. . . He was "begotten", not made or created (because He already, in fact eternally, existed). The Greek suggests something from an already something - like juice from a grape, etc. The jug you keep it in and the glass you drink it from were both made or created - the juice is 'begotten', or, just another form of a thing already existing.
I just gotta say this is kind of a nonsensical question. It doesn't matter to anyone really.
It just seems like another way to start an argument.
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