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There's a new movie out, The Young Messiah. The discussion surrounding the movie is not whether or not it's a good story, well acted, enjoyable, etc. The discussion is about whether or not the movie is theologically correct. Really? Yes, it seems that the viewer gets the impression that Jesus didn't know He was the Messiah. He grew into the knowledge. That's heretical, according to some. I didn't understand so I entered into discussion with a theologian.
Donald A. Guglielmi ...But the knowledge and love of our Divine Redeemer, of which we were the object from the first moment of His Incarnation, exceed all the human intellect can hope to grasp. For hardly was He conceived in the womb of the Mother of God, when He began to...See More
Brian Caulfield I agree, Father. I think many people forget or never were told that Jesus is a divine Second Person of the Trinity with a human nature - not a human person with a divine nature. As such, the eternal Divine Person is always the subject of knowledge and action of the one Person of Jesus.
My conclusion is God is God, from the beginning. I don't understand why the debate. Does it matter? If he's God then He would know everything, wouldn't He? I think I will take the problem to God. I will pray and study and see what there is to see. I did purchase the recommended CD's. May God give me wisdom and understanding.