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How do we know Jesus was the Prophet sent from God?

He quoted Scripture.
He explained His genealogy.
The words He spoke were from God.
His teachings prove He was the prophet whom God would send.

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  1. His teachings prove He was the prophet whom God would send.

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  2. eh? I thought he was the Son of God -- not just some prophet, like Abraham or Moses. Sounds like some new-age, or even non-Christian religion class there.

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  3. I agree with oobleck. The question is wrong if this is the Christian Bible that Kyle is studying.

    And since the question is wrong, all the answer choices are incorrect as well.

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    Writeacher
  4. its till the bible

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  5. Yes, the Bible is the Bible, but whoever wrote the question is wrong. This is not your fault, Kyle, but a big error by the writer. I hope you’ll ask questions about this. It’s fundamentally wrong.

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  6. yup!

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  7. Actually, Ms Pi 3.14159, etc. was halfway there! So, the correct answer is:

    How do we know Jesus was the Prophet sent from God?

    The words He spoke were from God.

    His teachings prove He was the prophet whom God would send.

    And by the way oobleck? If you would have READ the question, you would have noticed that it says "Prophet sent from God," not a prophet that was born on Earth, aka an Earthly prophet. :) So next time, oobleck and Writeacher, read the question before you make accusations.

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  8. Tbh tho... how do we know that what he was teaching was from god? kidna weird. I could say something or do something and be like "Oh yeah god said too."

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