Theoristianity Of Jesus Christ

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The second person of the Holy Trinity, Jesus Christ, has two natures, human and divine, but they aren’t joined, instead they are separated in one body. Jesus Christ is not half God and half man. He is both plenary divine and man. He is God, second individual of the trinity, in living flesh. He is not a man who by causality had God inside him, nor is he a man who had the God principle. Jesus is undoubtedly the result of two distinct natures not combined but together in one body. “Jesus is the Word who was God and was with God and was made flesh” (Bible, John 1:1,14) “The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word.” (Bible, Heb. 1:3) Jesus has two natures, one of them is human. Jesus’s humanity is essential to our Christian faith. “Jesus is truly God and truly man” the New Testament and Orthodox Christians have stated this throughout all history. Therefore, Jesus Christ is truly and completely human. A theological study focused in his human nature and his time in earth is Christology. Christology explains Christ’s role of salvation, his acts and teachings, and his ministry, in other words it helps us understand his nature. “Son of Man” is a known term used to refer to Jesus’s divinity, meaning how he was the Son of God. “For the Son of Man is Lord even on the Sabbath day” (Bible, Matthew 12:8) this statement is proof of the one nature of Christ, human. Founded by Jesus Christ and named throughout

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