Jesus was human throughout his 33 years of living on Earth. He was born a human baby with the same vulnerabilities we all were born with, and his life ended as proof of his human mortality. During his life he experienced pain, hunger, and everything else any other human would have. To become human, he even gave up his ability to fellowship with his Father as an omnipotent being, he prayed as we do and fasted to help focus his thoughts.11:35">John 11:35"Jesus wept." Malachi 3:6"For I am the LORD, I change not; ....."
When Jesus changed from infant to adolescent to adult.When Jesus diedWhat was Jesus' last words?
Matthew 27:46: "Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani, that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"
Mark 15:34: "Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani, which is, being interpreted, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"
There is a problem on the above 2 verses. It shows the writer translating a Hebrew Phrase to another language (the language The Bible was written, Greek?) to his Hebrew listeners.
Luke 23:46: "Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit" (xxiii, 46).
John 19:30: "It is finished"
As the above answer states, Jesus was human the whole time He was on earth; this means that there was no moment in which He was "more human" or "most human". Jesus laughed, wept, ate, needed sleep and even defecated. When God became incarnate, He did so 100%.
Some might say "Ah, but Jesus didn't sin so He wasn't really human". Sinfulness is not part of the TRUE human nature, but of fallen human nature. In heaven we will still be human but so full of love for God that we will not sin (i.e. turn away from God).
Also, remember that in the first 5 centuries of Christianity, there were numerous disputes about the nature of Christ, for example:
- was He only God but he just looked human
- was He only human but adopted by God at His baptism when God said "truly this is my Son"
- was He more than human but less than God?
- was He two complete persons: 1 God, and 1 man fused together?
- was he one person with two natures? Divine and Human
The early Church councils of Nicea, Constantinople, and Ephesus definitively answered these questions for all time, and each time they referred to the Mother of Jesus and applied the idea to her. For example, when they asked if Jesus was true man, they considered the fact that He was born of Mary. As such, whatever else He was, it could be assured that He was human. For Mary could not have been His mother unless He was human.
In Mark's gospel while Jesus was a Human, the most important thing he did was bear witness to the Truth about his Father and God's Kingdom.
in a catholic belief, jesus is a human person and God
Because he was born a human, he most likely did cry when he was a baby.
The Bible said that Jesus was born as a baby to a human, telling us that he was, in fact, human.
Jesus was a real human being because he was born from Mary and well God but some people say that God was Jesus but in a human form
No Jesus is God in human form. Magic is human tricks.
im sure he did, he was a human
Many liberal denominations and most cults deny the deity of Christ, there are just too many to list, and almost all agree that Jesus was an exemplary human.
Jesus get angryJesus eat foodJesus have emotion
He was born of a virgin and his father was God, that makes him both human and God.
Jesus was god in human form. Jesus did not have to be either god or a human as, in Genesis "god created man in his own image, in the image of god he created him" Showing that god and humans were closly linked and Jesus could be a human and still be god. It's not like 'God' is a species.
Jesus is equally Human and devine
The definition of incarnation is a deity in human flesh. Jesus was.
Simply no. God is not human. How can you believe the Most Holy and Pure will be born from between a womans legs?
he is human because he died a human death
Yes. The calendar most people use (the Gregorian calendar) is dated from His birth. There is no other person in the history of the planet that had the effect on the human race that Jesus has had. Jesus has had more impact on more people than any other person who ever lived.
Jesus was born of a woman, but his father was not a human father. Jesus' Father was God the Father.
He's a human...how can he not?
Jesus was not God in human form. Jesus proclaimed himself as SON of God and God is described as Jesus' heavenly father.It is not in my understanding that they ever called Jesus himself God.
Jesus in His human form was of Middle Eastern ethnicity.
Yes Jesus did show emotions as he wept for Lazrus.
Mary (aka, The Virgin Mary) is the Mother of Jesus.
Jesus is important to everyone, the entire human race.
What i believe: -Jesus WAS human when he was on earth, but now i think he's just divine. I could be wrong though.