When God the Son Became the Son of God

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 352 pages
Two baffling concepts have always confronted Christianity: the doctrine of the trinity and the subject of Christology. Both subjects deal with the inexplicable mysteries of how God became incarnate in Jesus Christ, and when did Jesus know He was God? The author believes the subject of the trinity is actually simple and easily understood from a scriptural perspective. This book is for anyone who wants to know about the preexistence of Jesus Christ, for believers who might be unsure about their personal salvation, and for all Christians who want the entire message of how and why Jesus is the Son of God. Robert Fuller is an ordained minister having received his B.A. degree in the Biblical Field from Abilene Christian University and a M.Ed. degree from the University of North Texas. Mr. Fuller states: "I was raised a Trinitarian as defined by the Nicene Counsel of 325 A.D., and was taught Chalcedonian Christology; yet, it was not until later in life that I have come to understand the scriptures concerning why and how God the Son emptied Himself, not of divinity, but of equality with Very God to become the Son of God and eventually the man Jesus Christ. Jesus was the Son of God in human form, and fulfilled God's perfect will so that God the Father gave Him the authoritative name of Jesus." Jesus was aware of His divinity at His barmitzvah, when He demonstrated to the temple priest His divine wisdom about the Torah. Catholics have always been right about Mary being the Mother of God. She knew Jesus was God in the flesh and no doubt informed Him early on about His miraculous conception. Jesus' virgin birth was something Mary just couldn't keep to herself! (Luke 1:46-56)

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