maybe they were refering to Mohammed.
His followers think he was human. Not divine, just a chosen messenger, like they think of Moses, Jesus, many of the same great men of religious history.
In fact it's weird we don't hear as much about how Muslims revere Jesus.
I think Christians need not be worried about this one way or the other, I mean Jesus' greatness was in what he did and said, not who his Dad was...
He proclaimed to be the Son of God on the earth. But procreating is one thing but being married was the correct way to handle things.
I think James Cameron noticed how much money Dan Brown made off his fictional work and thought he might as well get some of that money coming his way. There's a large ignorant mass of people out there, just waiting to grab onto the latest "research" as put forth by Hollywood.
Gurdari said:His followers think he was human. Not divine, just a chosen messenger, like they think of Moses, Jesus, many of the same great men of religious history.
I don't think Jesus ever actually said he was the son of God, or God.
Who are you speaking of when you say "His followers think he was human."? I think this might be your personal opinion and not backed up by Holy Scripture.
What is this, Clintonian questioning of what the definition of is is? The Bible is full of testimonies that Jesus is the Son of God, not only from those who were closest to him but also the demons declare such. How did so many-- even the demons--get this testimony if it was not true? Even God Himself declares that Jesus is his son (Matt. 3:17; 2 Peter 1:17-18) Would you question His testimony on the subject?
I am usually skeptical of people who claim to quote God.... unless he gave them permission to put words in his mouth, how can anyone know?
How can anyone know? Try reading the Bible, the source of God's messages to mankind through his personally selected prophets. Bet that's an idea you have never entertained.
Don't think so. It's obvious your knowledge of the Bible is minimal--probably nonexistent would be a better descriptive.