New Testament, one will find the phrase, Son of God
. and the phrase, Son of man
. In tho New Testament, only a handful of the phrase 'Son of God' is found whereas hundreds of the phrase 'Son of man' are found. If you investigate the Son of God, you will learn that this phrase is used only by people who are making a statement t0 Jesus Christ or asking Jesus Christ a question. And, if you investigate the 'Son of man,' you will learn that this phrase is used primarily by Jesus in order to teach people about created things.
I conclude that the Christian churches are teaching the Son of God as a false phrase. Because of this error, Christians have separated themselves from Muslims and Jews. Since I conclude that this false phrase is preventing world peace, I will explain this Christian error in detail.
Below are some examples of the interactions between people and Jesus on the subject of the phrase 'So n of God.' These examples show that the Son of God does not exist.
(1) At Matt. 4:3, the tempter says, 'if thou be the Son of God, command that these stones be made bread
.' At Matt. 4:4, Jesus answers, 'Man shall not live on bread alone
.' Jesus' answer is about created things.
(2) At Matt. 26:63 the high priest says, 'tell us whether thou be the Christ, the Son of God
.' At Matt. 26:64 Jesus answers, ' Thou hast say: nevertheless I say unto you, hereafter shall ye see that the Son of man sitting on the right hand of power and coming in the clouds of heaven
.' Jesus' answer is about created things
(3) At Mark 3:11 uncleaned spirits say, 'Thou art the Son of God
.' At Mark 3:12 Jesus answers, 'And he straitly charged them that they should not make him known.' The response of Jesus indicates that Jesus knew that the phrase, Son of God, is false
(4) At Luke 1:35, the angel, Gabriel, says to Mary, 'The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also the holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the So n of God
.' Mary has no response
(5) At Luke 4:3,, a devil said, 'If thou be the Son of God command this stone that it be made to bread
.'At Luke 4:4, Jesus answers, 'It is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but be every word of God
. Jesus' answer is about created things.
(6) At Luke 4:41, devils said, ' Thou art Christ, the Son of God
. 'By rebuking them, Jesus suffered them not to speak: for they knew that he was Christ.
' The response of Jesus indicates that Jesus knew that the phrase, Son of God, is false.
(7) At John 1:49, Nathanael said to Jesus, 'Rabbi, thou art the Son of God; thou art the King of Israel
.'Jesus answered saying, 'I saw the under the fig tree, believest thou? thou shall see greater things than these
.' Jesus' answer is about created things.
The phrase 'Son of God in the New Testament has developed two Christian creeds. One is the Apostles' Creed, which has three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. The other is the Nicene Creed, which also has three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The existence of three persons require that the Christian God is tinitarian: one-in- three and three-in-one. However, in the 15th century, Nicholas of Cusa found that a true trinitarian God is one, equality of one, and union. (See On Learned Ignorance, Bk.I, Chs.7, 8 and 9
Since I unite God to His creation logically in my book "The First Scientific Proof of God
", the new trinitarian God found by Cusa does not reveal a new God. Instead, science found the first three concepts of God's creation, which are many, inequality, and relations. So the concepts One, Equality, and Union become God's attributes and many, inequality, and relations become attributes of created things.
The tinitarian God of Christianity and the phrase, Son of God, of Christianity can be challenged. This challenge is necessary because panentheism has developed too many new truths about God's attributes and and new truths about God's Intelligent design.
Today, panentheism seen God as an infinite thing that is the origin of all finite things. So, any thing that existed in our finite world cannot enter an infinite world. So, I say that Jesus Christ wass an excellent finite person who made many contributions to understanding God and human life. I conclude that Jesus has lived on planet earth and has been reborn and might have lived on other planets. People must begin to understnd the concept of 'death' and that it is timeless and gives us new lives eternally.