Jesus, God, And God

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Jesus was a human being who has a gift which made him different from other human beings: he was God 's son. He was all man because he had a growth, development and limitations as a normal human. But he was also every god. In the Bible certain details and evidence for this claim is. Throughout his life he never sinned, forgive sins and God did. In addition, he called himself "I am" like God because Jesus, God the Son, and God the Father are one. Moreover, Jesus shows the union of God with humanity. He had three purposes; be the prophet who spoke the word of God to the people, being the high priest because the people were allowed closer to God, and finally, to be king, as the representative of God to have dominion over his sheep. In…show more content…
Moreover, God confirms his immense power when raising Jesus and thus, showing that the resurrected his followers (1 Cor. 15) With these events, the Christian worldview points to Jesus not as a legend, a lunatic, or a liar, but as the Lord Almighty. On the other hand, Jesus made the ultimate sacrifice: to die on the cross. Jesus gave his life for us, humanity when he died crucified to obtain reconciliation between God and humans. This act shows the true definition of love and therefore, the problems were solved mankind. Again, it proves God at the resurrection on the third day of his death (Johnson, 2015). But Jesus, being in front of his disciples, and testify that the land would not be but that the Holy Spirit, who is God in the third form of the Trinity, and would always do the job he was doing. However, faith and grace play a very important role in salvation and reconciliation. The Christian worldview is not like the other religious visions. Christians believe and rely on no matter the many acts of kindness you 've done in your life, salvation is faith and thank God you have them and Jesus primarily (Hiles & Smith, 2014). Lie in the other religions is based on acts done in life to give you salvation and be in "heaven". Returning to the Christian faith, there is a process by which every human being must pass for salvation: call, regeneration, conversion, justification, sanctification, and glorification. The
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