Do you believe that Jesus Christ was God or just a human

@dvrtmcc (176)
Eritrea
March 9, 2009 4:17pm CST
Since many consider that Jesus Christ was human I'm asking do you believe that he is a God, only human or both.
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11 responses
• Philippines
11 Mar 09
Jesus can be both fully human, and fully God is a holy mystery. The nature of the Trinity is the holy Mystery. The mind and nature of God is beyond our understanding. I hope that someday you will find the wisdom and the answer you are looking for.
@mjmlagat (3171)
• Philippines
11 Mar 09
Good answer evan! But explain more next time! Welcome to mylot!
@jeneias (608)
• United States
20 Mar 09
I do not believe Christ was "a god" as stated in the question. I do believe He IS/WAS/WILL BE the Lord, and WAS human while on earth. Simple as that.
@amoyube1980 (2233)
• Somalia
19 Mar 09
Before the crucifixion he was human. He had to take that form in order to fulfill what he came here to do. Be the sacrificial lamb for our sins. He had to take on a complete human form so that he would experience firsthand what it's like to be human. He had to become human but he also had to retain his divinity wearing a human form. He had to do that to show the world that we are more than our flesh and our desires. After the resurrection he became God once more.
• Philippines
18 Mar 09
I strongly believe that Jesus Christ is both God and Human
@hanah87 (1835)
• Malaysia
18 Mar 09
I believe that jesus is a messenger of God and only a human.
@jayguar (273)
• India
18 Mar 09
Jesus Christ is God who came to this earth as a human to suffer and wash away the our sins.
@mcdohl (47)
• Indonesia
11 Mar 09
I believe He is God incarnated, i was an agnostic before i became a born again Christian 5 years ago, i believing He is God because He perform great miracle for my moms. She was gravely ill and comma that time, her pancreas was malfunction a long time before this events, that time my family pray to to Jesus Christ for her health excluding me that time, because i think "why bother?" But then after 1 days, she was fully cured again and her pancreas working just fine again, even the doctor said:"Well we amazed by this, and we cannot explained it, i think this is a miracle, congratulations." I know I can't explained much about him because logic can't explain much about Him, only by faith you can believe that He is God or not. If you want to know more He is truly God or not, just pray and believe and you will see a lot of amazing things with Him.
@mjmlagat (3171)
• Philippines
11 Mar 09
I firmly believe that Jesus Christ is both God and human except for the commission of sins--this what makes Him different from us. He is God and majority I believe would agree that in the sense that He is named as the second person in the Blessed Trinity; He became man through the Blessed Virgin Mary to suffer and die for us on the cross--just to redeem us from our sins. Well, I know the entire space for response can not really accomodate if I explain to you everything but that's just the overview of the topic. Real interesting discussion dv!
@barehugs (8985)
• Canada
10 Mar 09
There have been archeologists digging like mad for several hundred Years in Palestine trying to dig up some material proof that Jesus actually lived in Palestine 2000 years ago. Sad to say, Not one single piece, or broken pottery shard, with his name on it, has ever been found. In fact there has never been any material proof found on anything, anywhere that would place Jesus in Palestine 2000 years ago. If he really did live there, it would be very unusual for Great Teacher of his fame, and talent to go unrecognized. There is very little likelihood that Jesus ever lived in Palestine 2000 years ago. Jesus was not a God, and never lived in Palestine.
@venshida (4837)
• United States
9 Mar 09
I believe he is both.
@dleannad (98)
• United States
9 Mar 09
I never really understood the Trinity. In the Nicene Creed, it states that Jesus sits at the right hand of God. So wouldn't that mean they are 2 seperate deitys? I believe Jesus is a prophet or a messenger of God, but not God hisself.