Jacob persevered with Laban, Esau, and this man. Jacob persevered with God starting from leaving his home with Isaac and Rebecca.Again, the text makes a purposeful distinction between men and this one called God by saying: "Your name shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel, for you have striven with God and with men, and have prevailed."
No where in the text is this man called, or named God. You're adding what isn't there in the text.
See above in the text.So, who is this God that struggled with Jacob? It's not a man called a god given the contrast with men.
Why is seeing Esau in Gen 33:10 like seeing God, DOGB?
Yes, deal with the text. Show us where the man is called or named God in the text. You can't. That's made up dogma from your church fathers, and you.How about dealing with what the text says as opposed to repeating all the reasons why you can't read the text literally.
So far, you continue to make up stuff.
It's unnecessary. Give it a rest. You're not gaining ground or points.When I ask a question, and it isn't answered. I tend to repeat myself.
Do you realize you make zero sense? At this point, I don't care for your repetitions.Did you realize I was summarizing the logic of our conversation? Did you even care?
Rotfl... show us where the man is called or named God. Be specific. And while your at it, show us where the context says the man was being meek.And, Junior High Students "read" the books assigned to them also. Neither of you show any comprehension of the reading. Try reading what I'm writing in the future.
The personal attacks crack me up. I guess you're defensive now and in need of tissue .
Rotfl... and you say this after your Junior High Students comment.When your irrationality is expressed, attack the other to save face.
So, please tell us if your one being of persons share everything, why is it that Jesus admits he isn't Omniscient, Omnipotent, Omnipresent, and why only the Father is worshipped?I didn't deny men have the image of God, but there are all sorts of attributes of God that are not conferred to men by the term "image".
So, what term in Tanakh do you use for being? What tells you Jacob wrestled with one man vs. 3?
Yes, He does.God Bless