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410 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - The Gospel According t... · 0 replies · +1 points

[ — that Jewish texts before Jesus had notions of an incarnated Divine figure in human form (the “Son of Man”), and even a trifurcated or bifurcated Deity. The notion of a suffering and even dying messiah drew from both Isaiah and Daniel, Boyarin says.] We see that the Moshiach is divine in several books in the Tanakh; Isaiah, Daniel, Micah, Zechariah and the Psalms just to name a few. King David wrote in Psalm 110:1; Yehovah said to my Adoni, “sit at My right hand, until I put Your enemies beneath Your feet.” Then in Psalm 110:5 King David called the Moshiach Adonai, which always means divine Lord.

564 weeks ago @ Dad in the Middle - Monday Morning Prophec... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thank you for this very interesting post!