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    Jesus is the lamb of GOD.....
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    Is saying "Behold, the Lamb of God" the same as saying "Behold, God in human flesh"?

    Is the Lamb God or human flesh?
    John 5:24

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    Quote Originally Posted by theQuestion View Post
    Jesus is the lamb of GOD.....
    The lamb of God is the son of God.

    Who is God?

    Jesus is the lamb/son of the Trinity? (Post-biblical theology)

    or

    Jesus is the lamb/son of the Father? (Biblical theology)
    The hound of Jewish monotheism.

    "For us there is one God. He is the Father." (I Corinthians 8:6)

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    How can the Bible have said it plainer?

    He is the lamb OF God.

    Not 'God-the-Lamb'...
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    Well, I haven't seen the scriptures that say The Word became lamb.

    Guess that should eliminate any controversy . . . well . . . I guess someone could say "The Bible DOESN'T SAY the word DIDN'T become lamb" . . . Just can't seem to please everyone.

    Of course, at 33 of age, or, even after 2+ years of ministry, it would be either hogget or mutton.
    "You [the Father], the Only True God" -- Jesus Christ (1st Century CE)

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    Quote Originally Posted by theQuestion View Post
    How can the Bible have said it plainer?

    He is the lamb OF God.

    Not 'God-the-Lamb'...
    Yeah...Jesus is the Lamb of the Shepherd, so how could Jesus be the Shepherd also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jig View Post
    Yeah...Jesus is the Lamb of the Shepherd, so how could Jesus be the Shepherd also?
    Agency.
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    The Question, what you continue to do is insist that the limits of the English language need to limit who God knows Himself to be. If English cannot express it, then it does not exist. What this means is that how John and those who walked with God knew God to be you reject. If you cannot understand God, then He is not what those who do and did say He is. That God said "let us make man..." cannot mean what God knows that to mean. That God passed Moses by in a form such that he shielded Moses from seeing him probably you do not want to touch. That the spirit of God was over the waters and yet was not this form, you do not want to touch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theQuestion View Post
    Jesus is the lamb of GOD.....
    It is what he did, not who he is.
    God who came to his own said, "Thou shalt not kill,"
    but Yahweh said, "thou shalt save alive nothing that breatheth." Deu 20:16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dottie View Post
    The Question, what you continue to do is insist that the limits of the English language need to limit who God knows Himself to be. If English cannot express it, then it does not exist. What this means is that how John and those who walked with God knew God to be you reject. If you cannot understand God, then He is not what those who do and did say He is. That God said "let us make man..." cannot mean what God knows that to mean. That God passed Moses by in a form such that he shielded Moses from seeing him probably you do not want to touch. That the spirit of God was over the waters and yet was not this form, you do not want to touch.
    Dottie- you're RIGHT! Whatever language one speaks NEEDS to "limit who God knows Himself to be", and well as to how He explained Himself.
    Not 'THEMselves'.
    Going beyond that is why CHURCHianity is as AntiChrist as the word means!
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