Historically, many rulers have assumed titles such as son of god, son of a god or son of Heaven. The Roman EmperorAugustus referred to his relation to his deified adoptive father, Julius Caesar, as “son of a god” via the term divi filius which was later also used by Domitian. The motif of a person being a “son of God” is widespread in mythology as well. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Son_of_God
Talk about hoaxes. I mean this should be the #1 hoax of all time. Changing the language to change the perception of what we see.
If you believe Jesus Christ was, literally, God’s son…as in his little baby boy…you are sadly mistaken. One must start to recognize our mistakes. Because if you are spending your time praying to the wrong God/Jesus…you are wasting your time. We must
Here is a list of a few sun gods from many different cultures.
Let me tell you something about photon. If you go out at night and look at a star, you may see light that is a thousand light years away. The photon in that star knew a thousand years ago that you were going to look at it and knew the exact time that you would look. It traveled for a thousand years to arrive at the exact instant that you looked so as to touch your retina. That is God. That is photon. That is what it is all about. And that is scientific fact. Bill
There is nothing that you see outside of you. Vision occurs in the part of the brain which is in the back . A photon reflects off the retina and an impulse is sent to the brain which is decoded into a perception . It is the vibration of electrons of the photon which cause it to be more powerful. Slow vibration and dim light. Extremely fast and there is laser. It is all electrical impulse. Paul had an out of body experience caused by the vortex of the right angular gyrus above the right ear.
The Color of Clouds
The color of a cloud depends primarily upon the color of the light it receives. The Earth’s natural source of light is the sun which provides ‘white’ light. White light combines all of the colors in the ‘visible spectrum’, which is the range of colors we can see.
Each color in the visible spectrum represents electromagnetic waves of differing lengths. The colors change as the wavelength increases from violet to indigo to blue, green, yellow, orange, red and deep red.
The light that we see everyday is only a fraction of the total energy emitted by the sun incident on the earth. Sunlight is a form of “electromagnetic radiation” and the visible light that we see is a small subset of the electromagnetic spectrum shown at the right.
Human vision is utterly amazing in its ability to receive and process a wealth of information concerning levels of light intensity, colors, motion, and stereoscopic depth of field. However, as wonderful as our eyesight is, we are able to see only electromagnetic waves between 400 and 700 nanometers (4 to 7 x 10-9 m) in wavelength.
Mortification refers in Christian theology to the subjective experience of Sanctification, the objective work of God between justification and glorification. Literally it means the ‘putting to death’ of sin in a believer’s life. (Colossians 3:5) Reformed theologian J.I. Packer describes it in the following way: “The Christian is committed to a lifelong fight against the world, the flesh and the devil. Mortification is his assault on the second.”  Christians believe that this internal work against sin is empowered by the Holy Spirit and so therefore is also part of regeneration.
Historical Interpretations of Mortification
Roman Catholic theology frames mortification within the believer’s personal struggle against sin. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, “What it slays is the disease of the soul, and by slaying this it restores and invigorates the soul’s true life.”
Calvinism and Reformed theology
John Calvin observed that if believers died with Jesus then He destroys our sinful earthly members and their lust, “so that they may no longer perform their functions.” Mortification in Reformed theology has been generally understood to be the subjective experience of sanctification.
sin (n.)Old English synn "moral wrongdoing, injury, mischief, enmity, feud, guilt, crime, offense against God, misdeed," from Proto-Germanic *sun(d)jo- "sin" (cognates: Old Saxon sundia, Old Frisian sende, Middle Dutch sonde, Dutch zonde, German Sünde "sin, transgression, trespass, offense," extended forms), probably ultimately "it is true," i.e. "the sin is real" (compare Gothic sonjis, Old Norse sannr "true"), from PIE *snt-ya-, a collective form from *es-ont- "becoming," present participle of root*es- "to be" (see is).
The semantic development is via notion of "to be truly the one (who is guilty)," as in Old Norse phrase verð sannr at "be found guilty of," and the use of the phrase "it is being" in Hittite confessional formula. The same process probably yielded the Latin word sons (genitive sontis) "guilty, criminal" from present participle of sum, esse"to be, that which is." Some etymologists believe the Germanic word was an early borrowing directly from the Latin genitive. Also see sooth.
Sin-eater is attested from 1680s. To live in sin "cohabit without marriage" is from 1838; used earlier in a more general sense. Ice hockey slang sin bin "penalty box" is attested from 1950.sin (v.)Old English syngian "to commit sin, transgress, err," from synn (see sin (n.)); the form influenced by the noun. Compare Old Saxon sundion, Old Frisian sendigia, Middle Dutch sondighen, Dutch zondigen, Old High German sunteon, German sündigen "to sin." Form altered from Middle English sunigen by influence of the noun.
The sinners are those that told us there was such a thing as sinners. God is Truth and Love..
When you realize your whole world has been fake since the beginning; makes it easier to accept it and move on. You cannot live in Truth in a world based on Lies.
Pentateuch – The First Five Books of the Bible
Pentateuchfirst five books of the Bible, c. 1400, from Late Latin pentateuchus (Tertullian, c.207), from Greek pentateukhos (c. 160), originally an adjective (abstracted from phrasepentateukhos biblos), from pente "five" (see five) + teukhos "implement, vessel, gear" (in Late Greek "book," via notion of "case for scrolls"), literally "anything produced," related to teukhein "to make ready," from PIE *dheugh- "to produce something of utility" (see doughty). Glossed in Old English as fifbec.