theology December 20, 2016 MESSIAH HEAD THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST… Troy Day | PentecostalTheology.com In the Spirit of Christmas: MESSIAH – HEAD; THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST (Transitional Aspects) by Dan Irving Posts about 6A. MESSIAH – HEAD; THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST (Transitional Aspects) written by Lamp-Stand PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleRussia’s Ambassador to Turkey Assassinated in Ankara Next articleIn Matthew 2:1, should it be translated “when Jesus was born” 2 Comments Reply November 17, 2016 Varnel Watson The “firstborn” was heir to a double portion of his father’s wealth by right of inheritance. This was guarantee of the supremacy and authority of the firstborn son. This stands as an allegory for what? . . . Jesus Christ, as the “firstborn” of God’s children. This principle is fulfilled in Jesus Christ. Ricky Grimsley interestingly here HEISER asserts that God has 70/72 Sons whereas Jesus is different because is [first]born and the others are created. This is a very dualistic approach toward the Sonship of Christ which at least HEISER does not deny being eternal – from eternity and into eternity as the son of El Elyon Reply December 24, 2019 Varnel Watson the government is on his shoulder Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.