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Defending the TRUE Godhead
Exposing Satan's Greatest Deception on God's Remnant Church


Is Jesus fully Divine Being
the Literal Son of God?
Chapter 17-33

Some claim that Jesus cannot be divine if He was born of God which is just another tactic Satan uses to deter people from the truth. In any case, the problem is actually the other way around.

Divinity is not based on how old you are but who you came from. Jesus inherited everything from His Father including his divinity by birth being the Son. See Hebrews 1:4 for example. Jesus is fully divine because He “is” begotten of the Father and hence came from the Father and so He has the same divine nature as His Father.

Everything that Christ consists of had no beginning, His divinity, His makeup, His substance had no beginning as it all came from the Father. If you trace Christ back you will have to go through the Father and you will never get to a beginning. But His personality as the Son began when He was brought forth by His Father.

And if Jesus did not get His divine nature from His Father, then where did He get it from? That would mean that Jesus would have to be a God in His own right just like His Father and so we would have two gods. This would break the first Commandment where the one true God the Father says, “You shall have no other gods before me.” Exodus 20:3. It does not say before us.

If Jesus does not have the same divine nature as His Father because He is His Son, then we have a very serious problem.

Why do some insist on trying to make Christ conform to the image they have of Him before they will accept Him? They expect Christ to be a second god identical to His Father in every way and thus reject Him as being a real Son. And yet the truth of Christ being God's Son is so precious.

Just think about it for a moment. Christ is God's very own Son whom He loves very much! Why would anyone desire to destroy this precious Father and Son relationship?

“God is the Father of Christ; Christ is the Son of God.” — (E.G. White, 8T 268.3)



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