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On Jesus' human knowledge and "The Young Messiah"
The full-blown version of this heresy, called Docetism, teaches that Jesus was fully divine but only appeared to be human.
What Did Jesus Know and When Did He Know It?
The full-blown version of this heresy, called Docetism, teaches that Jesus was fully divine but only appeared to be human.
Mythicism, Docetism, and the James Ossuary
This misses completely the nature and rationale of docetism, a known phenomenon which most scholars think was in view in the passage in question. Far from arguing that no Jesus appeared in human history, as Earl Doherty does, the proponent of this view ...
Ecumenism and Interfaith Harmony: What's the Difference?
We have just come out of the Jan. 18-25 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, and are heading into the Feb. 1-7 Interfaith Harmony Week put in the calendar for annual observance in 2010 by the General Assembly of the United Nations.
7 Thoughts About Christmas From a Messianic Jew
One theory is that Christmas was connected to the heresy, Docetism, spreading in the fourth century which stated that Jesus had never been physically born, but was merely some sort of spiritual entity.

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