Was it?I know. Everything I told you was from Ps 82.
Tell that you Jesus Christ. He might be surprised that, according to you, Divine beings do not die like men. Maybe you don't believe Jesus is a divine being. I'm not sure what you guys believe now, it tends to shift so much... depends on what argument you're supporting at any given time. Didn't you just shift on your stances about works and faith?
Jesus was BOTH 100% God AND 100% man--He could die BECAUSE He was also a mortal man, when He walked this earth. His human nature died on the cross, but His God nature did NOT--else why would He say, in John 2, "Destroy this temple and in 3 days I will raise it up"? And He meant the temple of His body?
So, if these "gods" in Ps. 82 were not yet mortal, but only gods, then how would they die like men?
No, I didn't shift my stance about faith and works...that is for another thread.
Please note, those beings that shouted for joy were sons of God. Whoever these gods were, they were sons of God, all of them.
Could be angels. As we have stated before on here, "gods" can have several meanings, depending upon context. But "sons' can also be figurative, meaning that they were sons of God by reason that He created them. He did not procreate them.
The key to understanding who these beings are is the setting. Council of El, all were sons of God, even the bad ones.
So, there were pre-mortal bad spirit gods? In heaven? Before God laid the foundation of the earth? Who were favoring the wicked and making unjust judgments? There were fatherless and poor people in this heavenly realm that were being exploited?
I have been discussing the topic--where were you?Now, where on earth do we see any relationship between the sons of God and human judges - evil human judges. Any thoughts about actually discussing the topic?