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How could Jesus be sinless if he was fully man?

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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:03 PM
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3NL1GHT3N3D1
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What? That doesn't even make sense not to mention it's kind of sexist.

I'm not a woman either just so you know.


There was nothing sexist. I told a woman that she does not understand man.

Just as man does not understand a woman.
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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:09 PM
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You have called Jesus a sinner.


Another sin that Jesus apparently committed was the sin of not being "fruitful and multiplying". If Jesus never married and had children then he broke the first command in the Torah, and was a bad influence on those who looked up to him and followed in his footsteps of not marrying and multiplying as the biblical law commanded.


Obligation to Marry
The basic statement on the religious obligation of every Jewish
male to marry.

No man may abstain from keeping the law Be fruitful and
multiply, unless he already has children



You have committed blasphemy.


No I haven't. Not that it matters.



posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:12 PM
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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:22 PM
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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:29 PM
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You don't know anything about my religious background or convictions.

You addressed me first. I simply replied. If you don't want to have a conversation with me, then stop replying to me.

Easie Peasie!



posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:33 PM
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I sure do know your teachings of the bible by the way you answer the question.

And your answers are not in the bible. They are your opinion.



posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:43 PM
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Oh, so Jesus did marry and have children?



posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:49 PM
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Waaa! typical "We are sooooo persecuted poor me" post by a Christian who can't question a book. Don't like it? goto a Christian site.
OP Jesus was a man not any son of God or anything so he sinned with the best of us.



posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 02:53 PM
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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 03:48 PM
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HEY MODS IS THIS WHAT YOU CALL PLAYING NICE?

T&C VIOLATION


Forgive him. Or is Jesus' message more difficult in practice than it is in rhetoric?



posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 03:51 PM
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Cinrad
Hasn't anyone here heard of the virgin birth?


Yes, Horus for one (template for the Jesus construct).
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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 04:12 PM
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windword
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Jususlives4u
You have called Jesus a sinner.


windwordAnother sin that Jesus apparently committed was the sin of not being "fruitful and multiplying". If Jesus never married and had children then he broke the first command in the Torah, and was a bad influence on those who looked up to him and followed in his footsteps of not marrying and multiplying as the biblical law commanded.


At the age of 33 an unmarried Hebrew male would have been stoned as heretical. You are absolutely right as seen as having odd ball tendencies. The point of any faith is to procreate and bring new lives to live within a doctrine of faith. Here is my personal pet peeve. Catholic Priests and Nuns are not 'allowed' to co-mingle with each other or the general populace; as in have physical intercourse; the blasphamous Carnal Knowledge. WHY? do they take a vow of celibacy yet encourage no birth controls; having as many children as the local women can have (large family groups here).


windwordThe basic statement on the religious obligation of every Jewish
male to marry.


Yes and Jesus broke some rules apparently (maybe that is another edict to add to 'son of God status as to why he was crucified).
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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 06:20 PM
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vethumanbeing
windword
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Jususlives4u
You have called Jesus a sinner.


windwordAnother sin that Jesus apparently committed was the sin of not being "fruitful and multiplying". If Jesus never married and had children then he broke the first command in the Torah, and was a bad influence on those who looked up to him and followed in his footsteps of not marrying and multiplying as the biblical law commanded.


At the age of 33 an unmarried Hebrew male would have been stoned as heretical. You are absolutely right as seen as having odd ball tendencies. The point of any faith is to procreate and bring new lives to live within a doctrine of faith. Here is my personal pet peeve. Catholic Priests and Nuns are not 'allowed' to co-mingle with each other or the general populace; as in have physical intercourse; the blasphamous Carnal Knowledge. WHY? do they take a vow of celibacy yet encourage no birth controls; having as many children as the local women can have (large family groups here).


windwordThe basic statement on the religious obligation of every Jewish
male to marry.


Yes and Jesus broke some rules apparently (maybe that is another edict to add to 'son of God status as to why he was crucified).
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I am not trying to be mean but this is not true. Why would you say this about God?

What exactly did Jesus say about marriage?


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posted on Jan, 30 2014 @ 08:03 PM
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If Jesus was fully god and fully man, how could he have been sinless?


Welcome to true Christianity 101~!


This is the very crux of the doctrine, and will be fought over and argued over till He comes back.

As always, you'll have to believe the story of the virgin birth, if not, you're still free to believe in something else; but, that's where it all starts.



posted on Jan, 31 2014 @ 07:37 AM
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At the age of 33 an unmarried Hebrew male would have been stoned as heretical.


Really? Then why wasn't Paul or any of the other Apostles stoned for not being married? None of the Pharisees were married either, and they would have dictated the law that requires stoning.



posted on Jan, 31 2014 @ 07:17 PM
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OptimusSubprime
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VHBAt the age of 33 an unmarried Hebrew male would have been stoned as heretical.


OptimusSubrime Really? Then why wasn't Paul or any of the other Apostles stoned for not being married? None of the Pharisees were married either, and they would have dictated the law that requires stoning.


This is a very good question. Tell me more. Paul went to Greece (the oxident) no one stones anyone there. Some of those apostles were not hebrews; so the dictum doesnt apply. You are saying the double standard does not exist within current times Catholic Priests and nuns? They take vow of celebacy to Christ. The stoning was of a semetic tribal law applying to the public, not to the religious leaders. Explain to me the reason Rabbis must marry and the Pharasee do not (are they not Rabbis)? What vow of celebacy did they take and to what specific ENTITY; Christ conciousness not being on any radar screen or any thoughtform of such at that time period. The Saducce married and reproduced (with their riches had to leave their fortunes to legacy family members-their offspring). Im all ears. Jesus was percieved to be a Hebrew RABBI, and not being married at 33 years of age would have been considered an oddball; and you know the door that opens; he was married to Mary Magdelene.
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