Misinterpretation Of The Two Natures Of Christ, The Son Of God

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In this chapter we are going to look at the problem around Christology, in which there are many issues and polemics in this topic. There are many wrong interpretations related to the two natures of Christ. Christ, the Son of God is the second Person of the Trinity, yet He has two natures; human nature and divine nature. He must have these two natures to become a Mediator between God and human. Therefore, many churches have lost their true understanding concerning to the two natures of Christ, because they interpret it according to their own understanding. Here we will learn some issues and polemics of this problem. Some emphasize the nature of Christ is only divine nature and reject His human nature because they believe that the matter is evil and spirit is good, and if God has human nature, means that Christ is only human and He can commit sin. Some emphasize only His human nature, Christ is merely human and by the adoption either on His baptism, resurrection or ascension, He become the Son of God. While other still confuse in comprehend the two natures of Christ. We, indeed cannot separate the two natures of Christ one by one because as a Person He has these two natures in Him. We will study some misinterpretation on the two natures of Christ to strengthen our faith in Jesus Christ. In this topic we are going to be a critical thinker to analyze the misinterpretation. This will be very useful for us to know which one is the truth, then in our daily life we can

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