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An important distinction in the Aramaic text
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Ivan, I have thought after talking with you before, that you were an Orthodox Christian? This is standard teaching that The Messiah is both Man and God at the same time. Man as to His Human nature, and God, as to His Divine nature.

Orthodox Christians do not believe in Two or Three God's, so if The Messiah is both Man and God at the same time, then He is the same God as The Father and The Holy Spirit is, as to His Divine nature, which He shares with The Father and The Holy Spirit.

The COE understands that His Human nature is not mixed with His Divine nature, they are united but not the same nature. His Divine nature is YHWH, The Word, who is God incarnate...His Human nature is Jesus, The Messiah. This is how He is both God, and Son of God at the same time. His Divinity did not pray to His Divinity, but His Humanity prayed to His Father, who in His Divinity was ONE GOD with. The Word is both 'With' and 'Was/Is' GOD. See John 1:1.

Have you never understood the Doctrine of the Trinity? Or perhaps now have doubted it? This is standard Chrisitan teaching from the time of The Apostles. It is a mystery, yes, but we can get to some understanding of it from The Scriptures.

What is great about The Peshitta, is it helps to make this truth clearer from the Aramaic language, and thus sets it apart.

Shlama,
Chuck

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Re: An important distinction in the Aramaic text - by Thirdwoe - 06-17-2013, 03:06 PM

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