How does Hebrews 1:6 fit with the early church

How does Hebrews 1:6 fit with the early church
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How does Hebrews 1:6 fit with the early Christian idea that Jesus was the angel of the Lord in the Pentateuch and in other passages?

Hebrews 1:5
For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to me a Son?

10 Comments

  • Reply November 11, 2018

    Guest;

    Most dont believe he was an angelic being

  • Reply November 11, 2018

    Guest;

    Red Herring

  • Reply November 11, 2018

    Guest;

    The Bible said He was much higher than the Angels. Look T what the verse is saying. It says For unto which of the Angels said ( like asking that question , which of you said this. He at any time, You are Me Son , this day have I begotten You and again, Keillor be to Him a Father , and He shall be to me a Son? ( When uttered , referred to the future tense, but now past tense. Allan to do with Redemption, and all for you and me. )Read verse six. (6) And again, when He ( God the Father) brought in the Firstbegotten into the world ( refers to Jesus being born of the Virgin Mary) , He said , And Let all the Angels Of God worship Him. ( The idea is only Deity can be worshipped Jesus is God , the Son Of God. Either way He’s God. )

  • Reply November 11, 2018

    Guest;

    Go to where God and the angels went to Abraham with som Angels. To tell him. He was going to have a son through Sarah. Abram knee One was God. And the others Angels. Look it up. I got to go.to Church. Lord Willing.

  • Reply November 12, 2018

    Guest;

    Read John 1:1 down a few verses.1: 1-15.

  • Reply November 12, 2018

    Guest;

    Isiah 53: the whole chapter would be good.

  • Reply November 12, 2018

    Guest;

    The NL Translation puts it this way: ” For God never said to any angel what he said to Jesus: this could mean that we have for a long time misread those verses that we assumed meant Jesus.. In verse 6 the NLT says: ” let all the angels of God worship him.” This would seem to separate Jesus from the angels and those angelic appearances were just that, angels.

  • Reply September 4, 2019

    Philip Williams

    The NT writers are quoting from Deu 32:43 and not the Masoretic text of the KJV which will not appear for another 800 years.

  • Reply September 4, 2019

    RichardAnna Boyce

    Hebrews 1:6 The source for this quotation is debated, but most likely it is drawn from the Septuagint text of Ps 97:7 (one of several enthronement psalms looking forward to the Lord’s rule over the nations [note 96:13]). The words when He again brings suggest the Second Coming of Christ. He quotes Ps 97 because it contrasts the Son’s reception at the Second Coming with the role the angels will have. The Son will be welcomed as the universal King, whereas angels will assist Him and worship Him (cf. Matt 24:30-31; Rev 19:6,14). From the outset the author is thinking of our Lord’s return, an event having important implications for believers (i.e., rewards are in store for the faithful).

  • Reply September 5, 2019

    Varnel Watson

    the quote comes directly from Paul’s personal LXX scroll It simply proves Christ’s eternal sonship and all

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