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"Describing Jesus as the Son of God is Unnecessarily Difficult for People today". Should this Title be dropped?

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"Describing Jesus as the Son of God is Unnecessarily Difficult for People today". Should this Title be dropped? In this essay I will discuss the two different arguments, should the title, (Describing Jesus as the Son of God is difficult for people today) be dropped or not? I will tell you both sides of the argument and the different views. ...read more.

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At the trial of Jesus, (Mark 14:53-72) this is the only time when Jesus claims to be the Son of God, if maybe he had said this more often then people may have believed him. Many people also claim that we are all God's children, not just Jesus. Other people believe that this title should not be dropped because God refers to being Jesus' father in the Baptism and Transfiguration. ("You are my own dear Son. I am pleased with you." ...read more.

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God also said that Jesus is the Son of God not a Son of God. So this means that Jesus is the only Son of God. Jesus did not want to call himself the Son of God to avoid Blasphemy charges from the teachers of law. I think that this title should remain because it still describes Jesus. It helps us realise and understand about what the Bible tells us about the Son of God. I think we need to learn all aspects of Jesus when we are growing up. By Tom Boyne ...read more.

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