Did the Idea of Jesus’ Deity Develop Over Time? A Conversation with Dr. Tony Costa

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  1. Anonymous says:

    What is correct is, there’s a developing process over time for the idea that negates attribution of “figurative God” to the human side of Jesus.
    The attribution of the title “Gods” in a figurative speech to the human leaders, kings, prophets, and Messianic human side comes from the earliest Tanachic time.

    The Trinitarians have drifted slowly from attaching honorary title starts on the Son of Man. It starts with the idea of incarnation of Jesus into a “mere flesh” (Son of Man), then Paul’s Kenosis that equates Jesus’ humanity with a form of servant, then Athanasius’ Homoousian that dismisses any figurative attribute to Jesus’ flesh, and then Chalcedon Dualism that makes Jesus’ human side lose its supposed glory, and then Ephesus’ Binity that seals a degradation humanity of Jesus without any Biblical title.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Did the idea of Jesus’ deity develop over time?
    What is correct is, there’s a developing process over time for the dominating idea that negates attribution of “figurative God” to the human side of Jesus.
    The attribution of the title “Gods” in a figurative speech to the human leaders, mortal kings, prophets, and Messianic human side comes from the earliest Tanachic time.

    The Trinitarians have drifted slowly from attaching the honorary title on the Son of Man. It starts with the idea of incarnation of Jesus into a “mere flesh” (Son of Man), then Paul’s “Kenosis” that just equates Jesus’ humanity with a form of servant, then Athanasius’ “Homoousian” that dismisses any figurative reverence to Jesus’ flesh, and then Chalcedon Dualism that makes Jesus’ human side totally lose its supposed glory, and then Ephesus’ Binity that seals a degradation of humanity of Jesus without having any Biblical title.

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