Or could it be some other entity that is seated in the left hand of the father, or could it be that nothing occupies it, or there is no such thing as the fathers left hand.
Jews associated the right hand with what was prone to righteousness and the left hand as that prone to evil.
Evil is not of God, so he must have only one hand or it;s just a figure of speech.
Figurative language, God the Father does not have “hands”
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