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Originally posted by seabhac-rua
reply to post by Falenor
"The dogmatized and the scriptured scholar ever and incessantly debate in their hallowed halls, whilst in the fields and the streams beyond their thought and the leaves of their tomes, unbeknownst to and far removed from them, there dwells the heron, there dwells the eel, there dwells the sparrow, there dwells the hawk and there in his beauty, and might, dwells God."
Originally posted by Ralphy
As the common story presents itself, Jesus came down to earth as a man. He began to see life through our eyes but he never knew what it was like to feel guilt. If he truly was to become like us, I think it would have been more humble to know what its like to be wrong or regret doing something. Guilt/Regret is a huge driving force in our lives.
He never had to feel not good enough or hopeless. Do you think that blinds him from relating to the human condition?