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Could Jesus Commit Sin

Do you believe it was possible for Jesus to have committed SIN??

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.markv, I say again, since I am a born-again Christian, I am not able to receive your falsehood, but if you repent then I would be able to hear you. John 10:4,5.
---Eloy on 7/8/08


Do you believe Jesus committed a sin? In the Word of God, Jesus committed no sin. It was impossible. Jesus died for our sins. He didn't have sins. He taught us not to commit any sins. But we did. No it was not possible for Jesus to commit a sin, any sins. He stood on the Word of God.
---antoa7855 on 7/8/08


Yes he had the capacity to sin nevertheless HE NEVER SINNED!!! i am putting the last in capitals because a few months ago i anwswered the same Q and was accused to be unbeliever.
whoever believes that jesus was unable to sin was in the apostolic days concidered a heretic. the Arians, the Nicolatians all believed that Jesus could not sin. all of them where expelled from church.
---Andy on 7/8/08


Eloy, are you saying you are Jesus Christ? It seems to me by your answer, the passages you gave, you are refering to yourself as Jesus Christ. That you are the why, the Truth and the Life. That you are the Good Shepherd of the sheep in order to show me I am wrong, you indentify yourself as Christ. It does not surprise me that you believe that. "And when He brings out His own sheep, He goes before them, and the sheep follow Him, for they know His voice" You really believe those passages are speaking about you. You are not wrong, but lost. If you do all that pleases the Father, why do you speak against Christ? Why are His works not good enough as yours are? Why? Is it because you have taken His place?
---Mark_V. on 7/8/08


.markv, Since I am a born-again Christian, I am not able to receive your falsehood, but if you repent then I would be able to hear you. John 10:4,5.
---Eloy on 7/7/08




Jesus?- He was full of Grace and truth while on earth. God said "this is my Son, in Him I am well pleased" Jesus would never sin. It is against His nature and divinity. He is perfect.
John 1:14
And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.
2 Peter 1:17
For He received from God the Father honor and glory when such a voice came to Him from the Excellent Glory: This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.
---Paul on 7/6/08


"God not human to be a liar, nor produced of man, that he should repent: has he said, and will he not do? and spoken, and will he not make it good?...that which is conceived in Mary is of the Holy Ghost. Here the Lamb of God, whom takes away the sin of the world. And he that sent me is with me: the Father has not left me alone, for I do always those things that please him." Numbers23:19+ Matthew 1:20+ John 1:29+ 8:29.
---Eloy on 7/7/08


Eloy, again you contradict yourself. You believe that man has a free will, and God cannot force him to do anything. You believe that by his own power he can lose his salvation. Suggesting the person is in control, not God.
And here you state, "There is only one God, Jesus Christ: The Almighty Lord Jesus is perfect, above reproach, ultimately in complete control over all His creation" If He is in control over all creation and without reproach, how can He be when you believe He is not in control of your life? Or in control of your salvation. He must be a very impotent god if man can defeat His purpose. Then He is not Almighty Lord, man is. You contradict yourself again.
---Mark_V. on 7/6/08


Where do you get this stuff? Jesus was not made in the image of man. Jesus is God. We, the people, humans beings, His creative beings,>>>> Are Made In The Image Of GOD. Not the otherway around. You know what?>>> Some of you people make me sick to my stomach! I can sin, well, so can you. God can not, Jesus could not, nor did He want to. In the first place if He wanted to sin He would have. But He didn't want to. The devil had no part in Him. Besides all of that: Jesus is God's own Son, second person of the trinity. Now, pay attentuion>>God the Father, God the Son, which is what we are discussing if you want to call it that, and God the holy spirit. Have a good week everyone.
---catherine on 7/6/08


The answers here demonstrate a woeful lack of understanding as to the nature of Christ. Many answers are based on an emotional, knee-jerk reaction to the concept of Jesus sinning.

Righetouswarriors has given an excellent explanation of the biblical perspective.
---BRUCE5656 on 7/5/08




Yes, Jesus could commit a sin. If He couldn't have His Sacrifice would be pointless.

That's why in the Garden of Eden, the tree of life and death was placed in the center. God gave free will to Man. God wanted His children to freely come to Him and choose to love Him. God forces no one. Those who go to Hell, go because they chose to go to Hell.

Jesus choose not to sin in His Human Nature. His Divinty could not sin.
But in His Human Nature, He always had the option to say No to God.

But, Jesus was always obedient and said Yes to His Heavenly Father.

JESUS NEVER SINNED AND SO HE WAS AN ACCEPTABLE SACRIFICE TO GOD BECAUSE HE COULD HAVE SAID NO BUT, DIDN'T.
---Nicole on 7/5/08


He was made in the image of sinful man, so yes, he could have. But he did not. He learnt obedience by suffering.
---frances008 on 7/4/08


Does not scripture say He was tempted in all ways like us but didnt sin. He could have chosen to sin. Every christian uses this He was God as an excuse to sin. We are only human, He wasnt. Jesus showed us it is very possible to live God's way perfectly, we choose not to. We need to start putting the truth out there. Here is a good question to ponder, If he was truly God why was he tempted by satan, and why was he tempted with things of the world? As God, doesnt He own them already? Was satan that stupid, to think He could get God to worship him, by giving Him what he already owned? Think on this.
---wayne on 7/4/08


If Jesus couldn't have sinned then it was certainly no big deal or achievement worthy of any glory that he lived a sinless life.
The Bible teaches that he was tempted just as we are. The difference is, he said no everytime. Now that is a big deal and worthy of praise and glory. Thank you Jesus. You could have called ten thousand angels and ended it all by being disobedient to the father, but you didn't.
---john on 7/4/08


Can God sin?!
---catherine on 7/4/08


Capital No. Emphatical No. undoubted No. Jesus is God in human flesh. He was sanctified by the father (the creator of all things) John 10:36. Jesus also is the son of God, he is one with God. John 3:18 The sinless nature of our Lord and savoiur Jesus Christ is obviously devined. He is by nature above sin, he controlled and has authority over flesh, satan and the world. According to the Bible in John 8:58 He is before Abraham which confirmed his deity John 1:12, this last verse qualified the believers to be like him.Above all he came to the world to reconcile man with God. As an heavenly advocate he is above the earthly nature of sin.
---Osasona_Matthew on 7/4/08


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Righteouswarior I like most of what you say. Jesus is fully human He chose to be obedient to God unlike the 1st Adam, there is life in the law if someone could be totally obedient.If Jesus had not gone to the cross He would not be obedient, and that is sin,which would have caused the whole world to be exterminated.
---cheryl on 12/18/07


Jody, if Jesus could not sin then where is His victory. Are you saying it was easy for Him to be completely obedient? See Rom 8:3 God sent His own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh...
---cheryl on 12/18/07


Anyone who says Jesus could not sin is robbing Him of His victory. Jesus was made in every sense like Adam before the fall. He had free will, the devil would know if He could be tempted or not.Why waste time on someone who could not be tempted.
---cheryl on 12/16/07


There is only one God, Jesus Christ: The Almighty Lord Jesus is perfect, above reproach, and ultimately in complete control over all his creation.
---Eloy on 12/9/07


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The term sin is illogical.The word is a Christian coinage.According to the vedhas of Hindus the soul pre-existed and is sure to exist here after.A pre-existed soul cannot commit a sin,but the mind which itself is a finer form of matter can commit sin.Soul belongs to God and mind belongs to man.if jesus pre-existed,he cannot be a sinner,according to Hindu perspective.
---kanhanna on 12/8/07


Statement is correct." I can find no Scriptural support for the idea that Jesus' temptation was in any way different than the temptation that is common to all men. He was tempted in the same manner as we are tempted daily." Failure to understand Jesus was fully man ,and fully God leads to this misunderstanding. The man Jesus was completely tempted. But the spiritual Jesus was never tempted, in fact, according to the Bible God cannot be tempted, and we know that the spiritual Jesus was God!!
---Mima on 12/7/07


1)Yes,true Yeshua was the only person who lived a sinless life, while on earth, not bc he was God. How can we as his followers could ever follow Yeshua's footstep knowing that he was God?

Yeshua was not God incarnated, He was God's begotten son, born as flesh and blood. He was TEMPTED by Satan in everyway possible way, but he did not overcome because HIS GOD OR because he was God's son BUT BC he LIVED by every WORDS of Yahweh. Therefore YAHWEH EXALTED HIM as OUR HIGH PRIEST.(Heb2:18, 4:15)
---CiNdY92714 on 12/7/07


2)Yeshua knows are suffering our temptations, and weaknesses bc he tasted death, pain, hunger, in every way. You can not deny the fact he SUFFERED for all mankind. Knowing this fact you either have to face the FACT Yahweh and Yeshua are 2 different beings.

Yahweh can never be Tempted, or be enticed by evil.
On the other hand Yeshua was tempted for 40 days in the wilderness and was ministered by the angels. Yahweh the ALMIGHTY God would have no need for angels to minister to him for he IS God..
---cInDy92714 on 12/7/07


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3)If U believe that Yahshua is God then U are OPENLY proclaiming through that belief that the devil can tempt and offer the world back to Yahweh the Almighty God IF he ONLY bow down and worship him! Only The Living God, Himself, knows the eternal consequences of such blasphemy, and I pray you will put aside the Trinity idolatry of Traditional Christianity and false groups before it is too late.

Scriptures are clear YESHUA WAS TEMPTED IN EVERY WAY.But ALMIGHTY God Cannot be tepmted with EVIL.
---CiNdY92714 on 12/7/07


CiNdY92714 said, "The fact that Messiah was not only tempted but was tempted in ALL PINTS(every way) creates a severe problem for those claim Yeshua WAS NOT TEMPTED."

I have to agree. I can find no Scriptural support for the idea that Jesus' temptation was in any way different than the temptation that is common to all men. He was tempted in the same manner as we are tempted daily.
---righteouswarriors on 12/7/07


lionel said, "This question may not be answerable. Can a person with out a sin nature still,maintain their humanity."

I don't see any Scriptural reason to suppose not. Adam was originally created without a sin nature and he still maintained his full humanity. He continued to retain his humanity even after his fall, although his nature changed. If we take that to mean that his "humanity" changed, then I guess the question would need to be rephrased.
---righteouswarriors on 12/7/07


1)Satan tempted Yeshua for the same reason he had enticed Eve. He knew that Yeshua was in the process of regaining rulership over the world and replacing him. He also knew that IF he could get Yeshua 2sin, then he could thwart God's plan and remain the ruler of the world. Where Adam/Eve had succumbed 2 Satan's deception and disqualified mankind from ruling the earth, Yeshua withstood the temptation and triumphed. This victory paved the way for him to eventually reclaim rulership at his SECOND COMING.
---cInDy92714 on 12/7/07


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2) Further irrefutable evidence that Yahshua was tempted like WE are.

Heb 2:18
For in that he himself hath suffered BEING tempted, he is able to succour them that are tempted.
Heb 4:15
For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities, but was in ALL POINTS LIKE AS WE ARE, yet w/o sin.

The fact that Messiah was not only tempted but was tempted in ALL PINTS(every way) creates a severe problem for those claim Yeshua WAS NOT TEMPTED.
---CiNdY92714 on 12/7/07


Jesus is perfect, above reproach, and ultimately in complete control over all his creation.
---Eloy on 12/7/07


being that Jesus is God...and perfect..He would not sin. In Him the Father is well pleased.
no one else.
Jesus is to be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God,Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace...
Read Isaiah 9:5-7
For unto us a Child is born,
Unto us a Son is given,
And the government will be upon His shoulder.
And His name will be called
Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God,
Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
---lisa on 12/7/07


Absolutely not because He is God. He is the only sinless person ever to live on the earth.
---jody on 12/6/07


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Righteous

This question may not be answerable.
Can a person with out a sin nature still,maintain their humanity.

If one would notice Jesus was not tempted with sin as concerning the LAW,He was tested about his sonship and his Trust in God.
---lionel on 12/6/07


1)The temptation of Messiah was of the sort James defines.

James 1:14,15
14But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed.
Thus, this form of temptation can be described as being enticed to sin. It is obvious that this was precisely the nature of Satan's temptation of Messiah.

Mt 4:1-10
1Then was Yahshua led up of the Spirit into the wilderness TO BE TEMPTED of the devil...
Mark 1:13
Luke 4:1-12
---CiNdY92714 on 12/6/07


2)Yahshua, during his temptation, made reference to Torah passages and showed himself to be the perfect obedient servant of YHVH the Living G-d even under temptations that none of us have probably ever had to endure. Remember, this is the only record we have of Yahshua's temptations, however, the writer of Hebrews plainly implies there were innumerable others.
---cInDy92714 on 12/6/07


trev said, "tempted meaning tested, tried, and proved impecable. The testing was the cause of suffering to Him, and only suffering, not being drawn away to sin."

Maybe I'm not understanding how you envision His temptation. What precisely was the cause of His suffering, if His "temptation" wasn't real? I mean, was He tempted to sin or wasn't He tempted to sin? We can't have it both ways. This wasn't an academic test by Satan, it was temptation to demonstrate His power.
---righteouswarriors on 12/6/07


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trev said, "Christ was not tempted to sin as man is tempted to sin. Christ does not have a sin nature."

I agree that Jesus does not have a sin nature, but neither did Adam initially, and yet he still was tempted and fell. Was Adam was not tempted to sin as man is tempted to sin? Was the temptation that Jesus faced in any way less "real" than ours? Scripture says He suffered in His temptation, which makes no sense if He wasn't REALLY tempted in any recognized sense of the word.
---righteouswarriors on 12/6/07


lionel asked, "When the believer is born again he gets a new spirit{christ},the question then is could that new spirit sin.I know your answer is NO."

Correct. The spirit is incapable of sinning.

"Then why is it that the new man as you say was capable of sining."

Because Jesus' humanity was certainly able to sin, even though He never did. I am reborn and yet I still have the free will to choose to go out and sin. It would not be the spirit within me, but the flesh.
---righteouswarriors on 12/6/07


lionel asked, "Satan tested Jesus and it is evidence that He did not FAIL. WOULD NOT THAT TEST BE PROOF THAT HE COULD NOT SIN."

I don't see how NOT doing something could be used as proof that something was IMPOSSIBLE to do. I see the fact that Jesus did not sin as proof that He alone resisted temptation, where all others have failed. Remember, Adam initially had no sin nature and yet he also failed. In both cases, the temptation was very real. I hope this is making sense. :)
---righteouswarriors on 12/6/07


Righteous

I took the liberty to use your first user name hope ok.

While giving your reply some thought I came up with this,knowing that Jesus is the new{2nd}Adam.

When the believer is born again he gets a new spirit{christ},the question then is could that new spirit sin.I know your answer is NO.
Then why is it that the new man as you say was capable of sining.
Satan tested Jesus and it is evidence that He did not FAIL.

WOULD NOT THAT TEST BE PROOF THAT HE COULD NOT SIN.
---lionel on 12/6/07


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Heb 2:18 For in that he himself hath suffered being tempted, he is able to succour them that are tempted.

Christ was not tempted to sin as man is tempted to sin. Christ does not have a sin nature.

Christ was "tempted" meaning tested, tried, and proved impecable. The testing was the cause of suffering to Him, and only suffering, not being drawn away to sin.

Heb 4:15 is similar, proving that there was nothing within Christ that was drawn unto sin. See also James 1:13-15.
---trey on 12/5/07


Heb. 2:18: "Because He Himself suffered when He was tempted, He is able to help those who are being tempted."

Heb. 4:15: "For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are - yet was without sin."

Jesus became fully human, with a human body and soul. He was like us in every way, yet without sin. His temptations were REAL, and He suffered as He endured them.
---righteouswarriors on 12/5/07


I realize this can be a confusing subject because we are so focused on reinforcing the fact that Jesus was God, that we aren't used to thinking about the humanity of Jesus much. If we phrase the question like "Can God sin?", we could just as easily ask, "Can God die?". I doubt we'd be questioning whether Jesus' death was real. If we really understood His human nature better, I believe we would be much more appreciative of what He went through in accomplishing salvation on our behalf.
---righteouswarriors on 12/5/07


lionel said, "I believe that if JESUS could have fallen, then He would not have been the real thing{GOD,cHRIST,SAVIOR}"

You do understand that there were TWO adams, right? Do you think it was possible for the first adam to NOT have sinned? The fact is that Adam chose to disobey, while Jesus chose to follow His Father's will. Both had free will and both made a choice. Jesus wasn't a half-God/half-man hybrid. He was 100% God and 100% man, with everything that implies.
---righteouswarriors on 12/5/07


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Righteous

When I asked the question about Adam I relized that I worded wrong.

What I meant to say was,when Adam was created,was he created a baby or a full grown man.
If you could answer that then I willanswer the question on JESUS.

THANKS FOR SUCH A VERY CIVIL DISCORSE.
---LIONEL on 12/5/07


lionel asked, "How old was Adam when he was created?"

Biologically, probably about 13 or 14 years old. In actually, only one day old. It's like God creating a fully grown tree and then asking how old the tree is.

"if it would have been posible for Him to fall,you and I do not have a sure savior at all."

Salvation was based on whether or not He DID sin, not whether He COULD have. We agree Jesus was fully God, but do you agree that Jesus was also fully man?
---righteouswarriors on 12/5/07


Concerning this question,could Jesus sin.
The word would,indecates posiblity.
When a diamond is tested,it's to prove it's no phony.

That is one reason that I believe that if JESUS could have fallen, then He would not have been the real thing{GOD,cHRIST,SAVIOR}
---lionel on 12/5/07


Righteous
Would you agree that one can't see a spirit,except he takes on human form.
Can we also agree that there isn't any limit or bounderies on God except that which He impose on Himself.
Was the blood line of Adam transfered to Jesus.
Why was not Mary's husband{Joseph}aloud to produce seed of the savior,think mabe the blood had something to do with it.
Jesus was psomised to man as a savior,if it would have been posible for Him to fall,you and I do not have a sure savior at all.
---lionel on 12/4/07


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Righteous

I will answer your question,if you first answer mine.

.
How old was Adam when he was created?
---lionel on 12/4/07


LIONEL said, "TEMPT,TEST,TRY,THAT TOOK PLACE NOT TO SEE IF HE WOULD {BECAUSE HE WAS different}BUT TO PROVE THAT HE COULD NOT SIN."

It's okay, I don't think we're in any major disagreement here. It's just a terminology issue. We're all in agreement that Jesus WOULD not sin and DID not sin. Let me ask you a question though. Had Jesus not been crucified, do you believe He would have eventually died of old age? Your answer reveals whether you grasp His full humanity or not.
---righteouswarriors on 12/3/07


trev said, "Php 2:8 And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross."

Wonderful example! To BECOME OBEDIENT unto death, by definition, means to CHOOSE to obey. He wasn't BORN obedient, he humbled Himself and BECAME obedient.

What is at stake here is whether Jesus had the freedom to choose. If we say He did not have free will, only then could we say that He was INCAPABLE of sinning.
---righteouswarriors on 12/3/07


lionel asked, "Would you admit that Jesus is different than we ?The reason I asked is every other human when tempted fell."

Certainly He was different from all of us, because in addition to being fully man, He alone was also fully God. The question isn't whether Jesus WOULD sin, but rather if He even had the free will to have sinned. His humanity was just like ours. He lived in a human body, got hungry, was tired, felt pain, etc. But He never once gave into any temptation or sinned.
---righteouswarriors on 12/3/07


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Amen, righteouswarriors!! In his service.
---queen on 12/3/07


Righteous:

Would you admit that Jesus is different than we ?The reason I asked is every other human when tempted fell.

The scripture states that Jesus is without fault,perfect,without blemish, to say that it was posible for him to SIN would naulify all his atributes.

Define some things for me if you please.
1)HOLY SPIRIT
2)GOD
3)JESUS
Was Jesus created a free moral agent,or was he God in the flesh?
Could GOD SIN?
Could the H S SIN?
AGAIN COULD JESUS SIN?
---lionel on 12/2/07


RighteousWarrior, I see you have done your homework on these various blogs. I'm impressed!
---InimicusStultitiae on 12/2/07


I'll give you an Amen if you pay me $20.00 :))

AMEN, AMEN, AMEN to what you said.
---Caring on 12/1/07


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The name Emmanuel{Jesus} which the word says,means God with us.

If it was posible for Jesus to sin,as some of you propose,why didn't he,because every other human has.So there must have been something that cause him{jesus}not to sin,somethig that we don't have,which made it imposible for HIM to sin.

TEMPT,TEST,TRY,THAT TOOK PLACE NOT TO SEE IF HE WOULD {BECAUSE HE WAS different}BUT TO PROVE THAT HE COULD NOT SIN.
---LIONEL on 11/30/07


Matthew from LA, AMEN!

For all of you who believe Christ could have sinned.

Php 2:6 Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God:
Php 2:7 But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men:
Php 2:8 And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross.
---trey on 11/30/07


Part 2

Could Christ have sinned before he descended from Heaven? - No.
Why was it not robbery to be equal with God? Because he is part of the Trinity.
He was made in the likeness of man, yet he is still God.

If you still believe Christ could commit sin, then you don't know my Savior.
---trey on 11/30/07


1. Jesus is the Son of God.
2. Jesus is God.
3. The Father is God.
4. Jesus is NOT the Father.
5. Jesus was born of a virgin.
6. Jesus was conceived by God's Holy Spirit.
7. Jesus is NOT the Holy Spirit.
8. The Holy Spirit is God.
9. The Holy Spirit is NOT the Father.
10. Jesus lived a sinless life.
11. Jesus never desired to sin.
12. Jesus was fully God and fully man.
13. Jesus HAD THE FREE WILL TO CHOOSE whether to obey God (which He did).

Can I get an Amen?
---righteouswarriors on 11/30/07


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5)
Those who have a problem with this need to ask themself why was it only Jesus that said, "I am the Son of God."? Why does no one else talk like that? I will happily say ,"I am a son of God." For me to say, "I am the Son of God" would be blasphemy and that title belongs only to Jesus Christ, my Lord and my God.

John 20:28
And Thomas answered and said unto him, My LORD and my God.
---Matthew_from_LA on 11/30/07


6)
When you condemn people for believing Jesus is God you give no scripture to support yourselevs and instead you give logical arguements. You say "HOw can you be the Son of God and God a the same time." Well he the Son of the Father and this is why it's called a mystery. If I asked you,"why do you believe the Red Sea parted" would you not say because the Bible says so? If that is your answer then I give the same answer as to why I believe Jesus is God, because the Bible says so.
---Matthew_from_LA on 11/30/07


There is only one who never sinned and that Is Jesus Christ. There is a difference between being the Son of God and being a son of God. To be the Son of God is to have God's essence, being, and divinity flow through you, basically you are God. You will never see any apostle or disciple say ," I am the Son of God". Nope it's always, "I am a son of God." Only Jesus said ,"I am the Son of God."
---Matthew_from_LA on 11/30/07


2)
As Catherine said Jesus was born of a virgin and was conceived of the Holy Spirit. If you say he was only a man or that the Holy Spirit didn't conceive Mary, then you say he had a human Father that conceived HIm and that Mary was not a virgin. You destroy the entier concept of why Jesus was the perfect sacrifice. Because the truth is, even God Himself would tell you, that mere man is not enough to atone for the sins of entire world. That's why God bought the Church with His own blood.
---Matthew_from_LA on 11/30/07


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3)
Acts 20:28
Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood.

Who's blood? It says God's blood. If you believe Jesus was not God then you contradict the scriptures and you are following a false doctrine. Jesus' blood was not only sinless (meaning it was a perfect sacrifice, because it came from a sinless person) but it was also God's blood.
---Matthew_from_LA on 11/30/07


4)
Why did the blood of animals atone for so little? It was corrupted blood and tainted,but Jesus' blood was incorruptible and not tainted. If Jesus had sinned, even one time, His blood would of not been a perfect and ultimate sacrifice. No mere man can accomplish that feat because the Bible says all have sinned. If Jesus was only a man and nothing more than that would include Him.
---Matthew_from_LA on 11/30/07


the question really seems to be "is there anything God cannot do?" can He make a rock so heavy that He cant pick it up? only if He wants too. God is not limited like we are, we are limited by what we can do with our bodies He is ONLY limited by His self control. I think its silly to say God gave us free will but He doesnt have it. because of His nature and goodness He will never sin but if he really wanted it He could.
---Kraus on 11/30/07


I can tell that you are an unbeliever. Mary was conceived by the Holy Spirit. It was the protction of the Holy Spirit that made Jesus sinless. And He was fully God and fully man. Whether you choose to believe that or not will determine whether you spend eternity with God or with Satan. HELL.
---catherine on 11/30/07


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Because Jesus as a man was also 100% God. Watch it blasphemy.

Yeshua was born in the flesh. Not God! A MAN IS A MAN..

A man CANNOT BE 100% FLESH AND THE SAME TIME BE 100% God. That's worst then a Pagan god. Half human half God!
---cInDy92714 on 11/30/07


Yeshua said that which is born of the flesh IS FLESH (like HE WAS and we are now in THIS life), but that which is born of the Spirit IS SPIRIT. He also said you CAN'T EVEN SEE OR ENTER into that Kingdom of God unless YOU'RE BORN AGAIN, which nobody has been but Yeshua by a RESURRECTION FROM THE DEAD and TRANSFORAMTION FROM HUMAN, from FLESH AND BLOOD to SPIRIT. Those who are born again have SPIRIT BODIES.

Therefore Yeshua is not God to begin. God never was OR BECAME HUMAN!
---CiNdYT92714 on 11/30/07


Yeshua could of committed sin, BUT HE CHOSE NOT TO. HE SUBMITTED TO HIS FATHER AND DENIED HIMSELF. Therefore Yaweh EXALTED him to be our King and High priest forever! Yeshua is God's first begotten Son.. YOU TOO our begotten children once this life time is over if you have accepted him as your saviour. You too will have a devine body as our brother Yeshua. He will share his Kingdom that our Father has given himDaniel 7:27-30
---CiNdY92714 on 11/30/07


I am in total agreement with---righteouswarriors answer to this question.
---Mima on 11/30/07


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"Jesus as a man certainly could not had sin."

There is a difference between whether He had the ability to sin and whether He had ever sinned. I think we can agree that Jesus lived a completely sinless life. He never sinned and never desired to sin. But that isn't the same thing as saying that it was "impossible" for Him to have sinned. That statement would imply that Jesus had no free will. Jesus DID have free will and He CHOSE to obey the Father's will in all things.
---righteouswarriors on 11/30/07


Jesus as a man certainly could not had sin. Because Jesus as a man was also 100% God. Watch it blasphemy.
---catherine on 11/30/07


lionel asked, "Could God sin? If the answer is yes,which Iknew it would be. One more question. Is Jesus God."

I understand that at face value, it appears to be a contradiction. But consider: Is God a spirit? Is Jesus God? Was Jesus a spirit?

We need to keep the following in mind:
Jesus IS God
Father IS God
Jesus IS NOT Father

"The Word" existed always, yet Jesus, the Word made flesh, wasn't born until 4BC. He was fully God but He was also fully man.
---righteouswarriors on 11/30/07


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