[quote=ashok]hi to all christians,
there r mindless christians who b’cause of the effects of certain christian deceptive arguements, talk a lot about Prophet Muhamed’s marriage with Aishah that he married her when she was 9 & he was mroe than 50.
I just clarified that all the narrations/traditions related to Prophet Muhamed’s marriage & daughters of Abu Bakr, made it clear that since Asma was 10 yrs older than Aishah thus Aishah was atleast 18 to 19 yrs old when Prophet married her.
having said this, the following is a big question to all christians, especially for mindless ones:
u believe that God married to virgin Mary & Jesus, his son (who is literally begotten) was born, right?
The “fruitful virginity” of Mary is no more the result of God copulating with her (!!!) than the fruitfulness of a field which causes it to yield wheat & barley is the result of God copulating with Mother Earth.
We are not Mormons. We do not believe that God has a body - we do believe that God is Spirit.
Please do not attribute such filthy rubbish to us - please don’t attribute the notion that God copulates with a mortal woman to us. That sort of behaviour may be fine for the gods of Olympus: it is certainly not what we believe.
What we do believe is, that whereas a man is normally required for the birth of a child, the creative power of God through which this comes about did not include any activity by St. Joseph the Foster-father, but acted in Blessed Mary in such a way as to bring about the effect of human procreation without involving the act of human procreation.
All human procreation is the gift of God - in this case, the Child was conceived in Blessed Mary without procreation, by the power of the same God Who is the Creator of all things, Who alone makes the womb fertile, without whom no activity, procreative or otherwise, is possible. The fertilisation of the womb is always entirely the work of God - normally, men have a part in the process: in this one instance, no man had any part in it; any more than in the Creation.
As for the Lord being begotten - this is an analogical term: He is “eternally begotten before all ages”, not because He is a second-generation god (!), but because He is in some sense the Son of the One Whom He called His Father. Since human fathers beget sons, He Who is supremely Father, “after Whom all fatherhood in heaven and earth is named”, is said to “beget” the One Who is called His “Son” - not because there is fleshly begetting, but because the relation between an earthly father and an earthly son is a faint created reflection of the eternal, loving dependence of the “Son” upon the “Father”, and of the infinite Love of the “Father” for the “Son”. This is an analogy - like all analogies, it is limited: but it does bring out the infinitely personal character of the Love of God. It’s drawback, is that it can give a misleading notion of the nature of God: but all analogies can do this.
Calling Jesus Christ “the Word of God” avoids some problems - but is rather impersonal: theology has to do what it can within the limitations of human thought and language.
The Word is also begotten in time, in Mary, not by the Spirit of God, but by the power of the Spirit of God. The Spirit is not the Father of the God-man Jesus; any more than He is the Father of any other being.
I hope that answers your questions. ##
now, how old was ur God when He married to virgin Mary and had sex with her?
it is for sure that Mary was a virgin & i am sure she was not a 100 yrs or 50 yrs old virgin & i learned from ur gospel that after the birth of baby Jesus she went thru same type of purification alongwith her husband/baby Jesus, as any Tamara, Sarah or Lisa of Jewish nation is supposed to go thru according to the torah’s requirement.
please tell me HOW OLD WAS YOUR GOD when HE HAD SEX with a JEWESS VIRGIN GIRL (MARY) ?
God is eternal - don’t you know that ?