Deity of Yeshua (Jesus) – Steven Gardner

by on March 06, 2013

The Deity of Yeshua: Satan’s attempt to steal your salvation and your Savior’s identity, defends the deity of Yeshua. Some argue that Yeshua was just a man. This presentation addresses this subject directly.



One comment on “Deity of Yeshua (Jesus) – Steven Gardner

  1. Jamin Taylor on said:

    This is a really great presentation! The only thing I can see that might be expounded upon would be the inherited sin from Adam. The Bible says that the life of the flesh is in the blood. If we were to examine a fresh chicken egg without having been fertilized we would not see any red in the yoke and the egg would never develop a chick. An egg that has been fertilized, will develop a tiny red streak within hours. This is because it is the male that delivers the blood (life) which allows the egg to develop and mature. This is why Yeshua had to be born a virgin, because the life of the flesh is in the blood and if he had received life from a man, he would be tainted by the same blood containing the sin virus that has been passed down to all mankind since Adam. There is a phenomenon called Parthenogenesis which is defined as: 1. (Biology) a type of reproduction, occurring in some insects and flowers, in which the unfertilized ovum develops directly into a new individual 2. (Theology) human conception without fertilization by a male; virgin birth. We know and understand that a human female baby is born with all of the eggs she will ever have. With this in mind we can easily see how, in Eve, all of the woman to ever be born, existed in her body. We also understand that Mitochondrial DNA inherited solely from the mother. So is it far fetched to hypothesis that in Eve, an egg was planted that would, under VERY exact conditions (the right woman, the right generation, ect.), not require the sperm from a man to begin developing? Thanks for making this video and shalom!

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