a "son of man".
I was looking at a questions directed to the LDS (mormons) using this verse to "prove" that God is not a man (I'm not going in to what the LDS believe about that - just using it as a reference point), but christianity accepts Christ as the son of man - as He is often called in the NT.
how does that reconcile with both the idea of trinity and Christ's mission on this earth as "a son of man"? especially considering that many NT scriptures (mark and matthew) call Him the "son of man".
how can this verse be used to show that God is not a man - and also allow that He is a son of man at the same time?17 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
does that mean trinity is how triangles see God?3 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago