Re: Jesus was a spirit

From: janice matchett <>
Date: Wed Oct 19 2005 - 14:21:28 EDT

Jesus is fully God and fully man - he is the God-man. He has a glorified
"spirital body" - he is not "a spirit".
~ Janice

At 01:12 PM 10/19/2005, wrote:
>Dr. David Campbell
>In Jn. 20:22, Jesus gives the Spirit (pneuma) to the disciples, a bit
>difficult if He had none to share.
>So presumably when tongues of fire 'appeared' (same word as when jesus
>appeared) from Heaven , there was real fire from Heaven that could be
>spared. Strange how all these 'appeareds' in the NT almost always refer to
>non-physical visions. I doubt if the disciples heads were really on fire.
>Jesus breathed on them. When I claimed that the Gospels said jesus was
>flesh and blood, I hardly meant that his breath was flesh and blood.
>It was the Holy Spirit 'hagios pneuma' that Jesus breathed on them. The
>adjective is rather important. It makes it hard to understand if you
>accidentally leave important stuff out.
>Was Jesus really made of the Holy Spirit, according to the NT? I would say
>no, he did not breathe the Holy Ghost on them because he had some Holy
>Ghost inside him. Your opinion might vary from mine though.
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