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Re: An Experimental Approach to a Long Accepted Belief
« on: January 08, 2020, 01:13:47 pm »
My concerns would be - did Jesus suffer as a human man? Meaning, did He deal with sore feet or suffer from a deep cut? We know that He did, making Him fully human indeed. Again, did Jesus experience the same things I experience and the answer is yes, He did.

Thoughts, on the other hand, are where the differences lay. Did Jesus, as a man being fully human, experience doubt in faith or any other human emotion? Yes, He wept. At the same time and I mean at exactly the same time as He was a man weeping, could Jesus have called on His divinity to change the course of history or change the course of time. I believe He could. We can only imagine what it might be like to be man and God Almighty at the same time.
Why would the ability to experience pain be a factor in a full expression of humanity? If God has emotions such as love and anger, even prior to walking the Earth as Jesus, surely he was at least capable of feeling pain to some degree, why would the addition of physical pain require being fully human? Allowing the burden of physical pain to be an inconvenience for such a small time as compared to an eternity that He had no doubts about (because he brought it about) is a small price to pay for God. A price yes, pain yes, Iím not so sure it required humanity other than form. If emotions made Jesus a man, then Jesus was a man before he was born.

*See, weird huh? Now, itís going to be hard for me to be consistent at this and I wonít have an explanation for everything, because itís a relatively new idea Iíve sunk only a small amount of thought in prior to posting, on top of it maybe being impossible to apply in certain situations. Lol, my reply was kinda cringey to write, but it was kinda fun.*


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