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History of Jesus Christ the human god

 Part1:

The Genesis Jesus

 Chapter 1:  

Genesis of the Atomic Universe

 In the beginning, God created electrons and protons14. Everything in the universe is comprised of these two particles. Without these two particles, there would be no earth, no dust, no atoms or chemical compounds, no molecules, no water, no stars, no planets, no food, no DNA, no life, no electricity, no light, no heat, no sound, no feeling, no thought, no smell, no sight, no electromagnetic waves, no x-rays, no alpha, beta or gamma particles, no consciousness or anything else that is in the universe.

 Therefore, these two sub-microscopic particles must have had infinite intelligence built into them like a computer billions of times more complex than the most complex computers.

  The earth was without form, and was void and darkness was upon the face of the waters. The Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. Then God said let there be light, because before the creation of electrons and protons there was nothing material. There was no light. The universe did not exist. Space did not exist. Space was not even a vacuum, as it appears to be today15.

14  http://www.intelligentdesigntheory.info/niels-bohr-model-atom.html
15. Genesis 1:2-3.

Chapter 2:

The Tree of Life

 In the beginning was the Word, whose name when He became human was called Immanuel, [meaning God with us, Jesus, meaning Jehovah-saved and Christ, meaning anointed by God]. The Word was with God, and the Word was God. This same Jesus was with God in the beginning. Everything came to be by His hand; and without Him, not even one thing that was created came to be.16

 In the beginning, the Word spoke and caused the electrons and protons to form the heavens and the earth and light. By speaking, He created vegetation and animals. He then created Adam and Eve in the image and likeness of the heavenly beings, but without knowledge of good and evil. God knows good and evil, because He knows when His creatures disobey Him. The angels know good and evil, and some obey God and others do not. God created Satan, who has knowledge of good and evil. God placed Adam and Eve in a garden called Eden, where every kind of vegetation was available for them to eat.

 There were two trees in the Garden; one was a tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and the other was the amazing tree of life. God told them that they could eat of every tree, including the tree of eternal life, but could not eat of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, or they would lose eternal life. They ate first of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, but not of the tree of life. So God cast them out of the Garden. Otherwise they would also eat of the tree of life and become like the heavenly beings that live forever and have knowledge of good and evil.

 The life was in God and that life is the light of men. This light shines in the darkness and the darkness cannot overcome it16.

  And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. We saw His glory, a glory like that of the firstborn of the Father, full of grace and truth. He was in the world and the world was under His hand, but the world did not know Him. He came to His own creation, and His own did not receive Him. But to those who did receive Him, He gave the power to become sons of God, especially those who believe in His name. These are those who are not subservient to the flesh or the will of men, but those that are born of God17.

 The name of the Word is Jesus Christ, Immanuel, meaning God is with us. Jesus Christ was the sacrificial Lamb of God18, the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end, who is and was, and who is to come, the Almighty Jesus19.

 Jesus was sacrificed on a cross that was made out of a tree; and that tree became the same as the original Tree of Life that was in the Garden of Eden. Jesus was the bread of life that came down from heaven so that any person who “eats of” Jesus’ cross, the tree of life, (partakes of, or believes in) Jesus’ body that was broken for us and "drinks" Jesus’ blood, meaning absorbs into their consciousness the blood that was shed for us will not perish, but will have eternal life as Adam and Eve would have had if they had eaten of the tree of life.

 Bible Study:

The Tree of Life:

Acts 10:39; Galatians 3:13; 1st Peter 2:24; Revelation 2:7; 22:14.

 Genealogies and Names

 The New King James Version uses the Old Testament spelling for persons mentioned in the New Testament rather than the Greek; hence there is more than one variation of some of the names which were taken from the original Aramaic text.

The Genealogy of Jesus from Matthew 1:1-16

 Abraham
 Isaac
 Jacob
 Judah and his brothers
 Perez (Phares) and Serah (Zerah) (Zara) by Tamar (Thamar)
 Hezron (Ezrom)
 Aram (Ram)
 Amminabad (Aminadab)
 Nahshon (Naasson)
 Salmon
 Boaz (Booz) by Rahab (Rachab)
 Ovid (Obed) by Ruth
 Jesse
 David, the King
 Solomon, by the wife of Uriah (Urias)
 Rehoboam (Roboam)
 Avija (Abijah) (Abia)
 Asa
 Jehoshaphat (Josaphat)
 Joram
 Uzziah (Ozias)
 Jotham (Joatham)
 Ahoz (Ahas) (Achaz)
 Hezekiah (Ezzekias)
 Manasheh (Manasseh) (Manasses)
 Amon
 Josiah
 Jechoniah (Jechonias) and his brothers at the time of the Babylonian exile.
 And after the Babylonian exile,
 Shealtiel (Salathiel)
 Zerubbabel (Zorobabel)
 Avihud (Abiud)
 Aliakim (Eliakim)
 Azor
 Zadok (Sadoc)
 Achim
 Eliud
 Eleazar

 Mathan (Matthan)
 Jacob
 Joseph, husband of Mary, the Mary to whom was born
 Jesus (Eoshoa or Yeshua), who is called the Anointed One (The Christ) (Messiah) (M'sheekhah)

The Genealogy of Jesus from Luke 3:23-38

 God
 Adam
 Seth
 Enosh (Enos) (Anosh)
 Cainan
 Mahahalael (Mahalalel) (Maleleel) (Mahalaleel)
 Jared
 Enoch
 Methuselah (Mathusala)
 Lamech
 Noah (Now)
 Shem (Sem)
 Arphaxad
 Cainan (Canian)
 Shalah (Shelah) (Sala)
 Eber (Heber)
 Peleg (Phalec)
 Arau (Reu) (Ragau) (Ren)
 Serug (Saruch)
 Nahor (Nachor)
 Terah (Thara)
 Abraham
 Isaac
 Jacob
 Judah (Juda)
 Perez (Phares)
 Hezron (Esrom)
 Aram (Ram)
 Amminabad (Aminadab)
 Nashon (Nathan) (Naasson)
 Solomon (Salmon)
 Boaz (Booz)
 Ovid (Obed)
 Ishei (Jesse)
 David
 Nathan
 Mattatha (Mattatha)
 Menna (Menan)
 Melea
 Eliakim
 Jonam
 Joseph
 Judah (Juda)
 Shimun (Simeon)
 Levi
 Matthat
 Joram (Jorim)
 Eliezer (Eliazer) (Eliazar)
 Youssa (Joshua) (Jose)
 Eir (Er)
 Almudar (Elmodad) (Elmodam)
 Kosam (Cosam) (Cossam) (Cosan)
 Addi
 Melki (Melchi)
 Neri
 Shealteil (Salathiel)
 Zerubabel (Zorobabel)
 Rhesa
 John (Joannas) (Joanna) (Joannan)
 Joda (Judah) (Juda)
 Joseph (Josech)
 Shm’ei (Semeien) (Semei)
 Mattathias (Mattathiah)
 Maath
 Naggai (Nagge)
 Esli
 Nahum (Naum)
 Amos
 Matthat (Mattathiah, Mattathias))
 Joseph
 Jannai (Janna)
 Melchi
 Lev (Levi)
 Matthat (Mattath)
 Heli
 Joseph
 Jesus (Eashoa or Yeshua)

16. John 1:1-5; Genesis 1, 2 and 3.
17. John 1:14, 10-13.
18. Genesis 22:7–8; Exodus 12:1-13; 1 Peter 1: 18-20.
19. Revelation 1:8.


Chapter 3: What's in a Name?

 The meanings of the Hebrew names in the Bible are important. The meanings of the names of some persons in this book are given for this reason. Genesis gives the genealogy of the descendants from Adam to Noah20. These names prophecy the coming of Jesus. Here is the genealogy and the meanings of each name, as presented by various authors:

 Adam (man)
 Seth (God substituted or appointed).  Eve said, "For God has given me another offspring instead of Abel, whom Cain slew21."
 Enosh (from anash, meaning blood-thirsty, mortal man)
 Cainan (a nest or room)
 Mahalalel (Praise God)
 Jared (descend or come down)
 Enoch (initiated)
 Methuselah
(muth + salach = death, to bring) Methuselah died just before the flood.
 Lamech (lament)
 Noah (quiet, resting place or comfort)

 Here is a summary of the prophecy of The Human God: In place of Adam (man), who was an immortal man22, God substituted and appointed (Seth) blood-thirsty, mortal man (Enosh)23 to live in caves or shelters (Cainan - - nest or room) instead of living in the freedom that Adam originally enjoyed24. Praise God (Mahalalel), for Jesus then descended from heaven (Jared) and initiated (Enoch) to bring death (Methuselah) and lament (Lamech) through the Flood resulting in a quiet, comfortable resting place (Noah).

 Praise God who came down from heaven in human form to initiate lament (repentance) and to die for us that we might be comforted and come into our rest (Matthew 11:28; Hebrews 4:9, 10).

20. Genesis 5:1-32.
21. Genesis 4:21.
22. Genesis 1:26.
23. Genesis 2:16, 17.
24. Genesis 1: 26-31; 2:25.

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