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Since Paul did not mention any human father for the person Jesus , does that
mean that he believed that Jesus had no human father ? Most regard silence as
assent . If Paul and the others did not believe in the virgin birth , should they not ...
56 / 29 “ Jesus , in every respect , was truly human and also more than human . ...
3 / 252 A . M . Fairbairn in Philosophy of the Christian Religion says : “ Jesus , in
a word , was Deity manifested in humanity and under the conditions of time .
Because Christianity is true , it must have relevancy to every significant aspect of
the universe and human experience . It must not only provide us with the material
of a great philosophy – Christian trinitarian theism – and a great theology ; but it ...
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