The title “Christ”, which represents a “savior”, “leader”, “Messiah” and in extension a type of “god”, was the title originally added to the name of Yeshua (Jesus). The need for a more celestial honor was then suggested, which He earned by proving Himself a remarkable being ,and on top of it, a fully devoted shepherd and divine spiritual leader.
In addition, the title Kyrios being adopted was also common, seeing that earthly persons and sovereign of the state was also attributed to the earnings of that title. It was so, because a king in his domain would be looked up on as a Kyrios (lord) as well. Such kings as with the Caesar and the Pharaoh, were praise as a supreme above all other deities.
The Messiah’s pre-existence was the eye of the Christological point of view, and so, Christianity and theologians market it a good ground to convey this basis. While their as been many theological disputes over the nature and person of Christ, during the early Christian history, Christian theologians continued to ratify their logic that Christ is God, Incarnated, “True God” and “True Man” (fully divine and fully human).
The Pre-existence of Christ/Moses
How can one turn a blind eye on the Prophet Moses when speaking on matters on the pre-existence of Christ( (Christology). Take a close look on the inspirational values and spiritual aspects that this person aspired in his life. After all, he speaks of himself as the coming Messiah.
The eyes of man are so dim that they see as far as only the veil on Moses face. As a matter of fact, that was the real reason for the veil, to protect the mystery of the Messiah “till the Son of Man is risen from the dead” (Mark 9:9 and 10) . He having risen, will manifest Himself as the “Son of God”. This manifestation occurred after His resurrection, His ascension and on the day of Pentecost, when the holy spirit as the comforter gave understanding and made all thing known unto his disciple. However, not all who claimed to receive the light did conform to the light, but went teaching fables.
John, in his books, did give credence according to the act of “the logos” (word of Light). The Book of John exalted “the logos” and its existence with Yahweh, but there remains a few points that were misunderstood.
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