“The newly created Son of God” in Luke 1:35

The Word Biblical Commentary is a prestigious evangelical commentary series by leading New Testament scholars. In this significant extract on Luke 1:35 the commentator explains that for Luke the Son of God (Jesus) is a created being brought into existence by the power of the Holy Spirit. This is remarkably similar to the Quranic story of Jesus’s conception.


Categories: Biblical scholarship, God

4 replies

  1. Johnny Mathis said it better.


  2. Irony of ironies! You claim Luke denies the Incarnation (a lie which I am going to rebut shortly, Lord willing), whereas your false prophet affirmed it in his Quran! Enjoy: https://answeringislamblog.wordpress.com/2016/09/05/the-quran-confirms-the-prehuman-existence-and-incarnation-of-christ/


    • LOL that is highly amusing.

      Warning. Only on-topic comments will be accepted on this post. Ie compulsive Islam bashing is not on Sam.

      NB: The idea of the Incarnation (God becoming man) is not found in the gospel of Luke or Matthew.


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  3. It’s not either/or but both/and.

    Nothing controversial in that commentary im afraid.

    Have you forgotten Christian theology already Paul? Nice attempt to give Islam some type of intellectual
    And historical credibility though!!


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