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Christ Could Not Be Tempted

By Best, W. , E.

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Book Id: WPLBN0100301986
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Reproduction Date: 1/1/1986

Title: Christ Could Not Be Tempted  
Author: Best, W. , E.
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Christianity, Authors Community
Historic
Publication Date:
1986
Publisher: W. E. Best Book Missionary Trust
Member Page: Diane Swain

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Since Christ did not have a sin nature, solicitation to do something contrary to God’s will could not be entertained in His holy thought. The New Testament Greek verb for tempt can also mean to test or to try; and the Greek noun for temptation can also mean a test or a trial This study will show there is no justification for translating these words as “temptation” or “to tempt” when they are used in reference to Jesus Christ. The perfect Son of God didn’t have a sin nature, so He couldn’t possibly be tempted.

Summary
We often hear about Jesus’ “temptation in the wilderness” or that He is “tempted just like we are.” The idea that Jesus Christ could be tempted is unfounded in the Biblical concept of Christ’s Person.

Table of Contents
Author’s Remarks 1 Introduction 2 Christ Was Never Tempted To Sin 3 The Doctrine That Christ Was Peccable Is Heresy 4 Christ Was Tested Apart From Sin 5 Teachers Of Peccability Proclaim Another Jesus 6 Jesus Christ Is The Unique Person 7 Christ Assumed A Human Nature 8 The God-Man Lacked Knowledge 9 Teachers Of Impeccability Are Not Guilty Of Docetism (Part I) 10 Teachers Of Impeccability Are Not Guilty Of Docetism (Part II) 11 Exegesis Of Scripture Proves Impeccability 12 Christ Affirmed His Impeccability 13 There Was No Sin In The Incarnate Christ 14 Christ Did Not Sin During The Days Of His Flesh 15 Christ Who Knew No Sin Was Made Sin 16 Opposite Imputations Are Inseparable 17 Sins Are Forgiven And Sin Is Condemned 18 Christ Was Both Priest And Sacrifice 19 Jesus Christ Is High Priest Forever

 

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