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Thread: Is God also 'God-the-Lamb'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1an View Post
    It is what he did, not who he is.
    Oh- he possessed a lamb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1an View Post
    It is what he did, not who he is.
    The genuine Jesus is the lamb of God.
    The hound of Jewish monotheism.

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

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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.
    Yes, he is the anti-type of the OT sacrificial lamb (the type, pattern) whom God provided (Lamb of God)
    as the atoning sacrifice (Ro 3:25) for the sin of those who believe in him.

    It's not complicated. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoky View Post
    Yes, he is the anti-type of the OT sacrificial lamb (the type, pattern) whom God provided (Lamb of God)
    as the atoning sacrifice (Ro 3:25) for the sin of those who believe in him.

    It's not complicated. . .
    The question is: how did God provide the Lamb?

    Did one of the "Persons" of God become the Lamb, or did God father the human messiah, who CHOSE to do what God required of him, becoming obedient unto death, and who God then raised from the dead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoky View Post
    Yes, he is the anti-type of the OT sacrificial lamb (the type, pattern) whom God provided (Lamb of God)
    as the atoning sacrifice (Ro 3:25) for the sin of those who believe in him.

    It's not complicated. . .
    SURE it isn't- until Churchianity gets a hold of it: Since Jesus is literally God, he is 'God-the-Lamb'.
    But he was never sacrificed, since he never died....


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    Quote Originally Posted by theQuestion View Post
    SURE it isn't- until Churchianity gets a hold of it: Since Jesus is literally God, he is 'God-the-Lamb'.
    But he was never sacrificed, since he never died....
    Can't help you with that. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by shroom View Post
    The question is: how did God provide the Lamb?

    Did one of the "Persons" of God become the Lamb, or did God father the human messiah,
    What God fathers (sires--monogenes) is divine, just as what you father (sire) is human.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoky View Post
    Can't help you with that. . .
    Of course not- since you don't believe Christ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smoky View Post
    What God fathers (sires--monogenes) is divine, just as what you father (sire) is human.
    True?
    Your point, if any?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smoky View Post
    What God fathers (sires--monogenes) is divine, just as what you father (sire) is human.
    Jesus Christ came into being as an act of creation. God created within Mary what was required for her to conceive the human messiah Jesus Christ. Jesus is the only human literally fathered by God.

    Jesus is the "second man", the "last Adam".

    He is a man. See the Greek on 1 Tim 2:5 : anthropos. Human being.

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