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  • No - Jesus is the SON of God.
  • No not sUn, sOn
  • per·son·i·fi·ca·tion noun the attribution of a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman, or the representation of an abstract quality in human form. a figure intended to represent an abstract quality. plural noun: personifications. Byington version of Mark 1:1....Here begins the Gospel of God’s son Jesus Christ... the King James Version of Mark 1:1...The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God;... The New World Translation of Mark 1:1...The beginning of the good news about Jesus Christ, the Son of God...so most Bibles say that Jesus was Gods' son on earth. In the Rotherham version Jesus agrees with the apostle Peter at Matthew 16:16 And Simon Peter answering said—Thou art the Christ, the Son of the Living God.17 And Jesus answering said to him—Happy art thou, Simon Bar-yona,—Because flesh and blood revealed it not unto thee, But my Father who is in the heavens. The KJV, NTW, ASV, Byington say that Jesus was the son of God.. So as the Son of the Living God he would Know God to the point that He (Jesus) could reflect all of God' quality's, Byington puts it this way at John 14:9...Jesus said to him “I have been with you such a long time, and do you not know me, Philip? he who has seen me has seen the Father; how is it you are saying ‘show us the Father’? If you would like more wonderful information about Jesus the son of God please follow this link... https://www.jw.org/finder?srcid=jwlshare&wtlocale=E&prefer=lang&pub=jy
  • Certainly not in the Bible. The idea typically is proposed ONLY by English-speakers because of the near-identical pronunciation of the two words (Sun, son) in English. Naturally, this auditory similarity does NOT exist in most other languages, including most importantly (relative to your question) in the language in which the New Testament documents were authored, which is Koine Greek. (In Koine Greek: son = huios, Sun = helios)
  • No, not the sun, the Son.
  • No. (Looking around in amazement at the other answers). The connection between Jesus and the sun comes from the date of Christmas. December 25 was the day of worshipping the sun god because it began the period when the days would become longer, increasing the time people could spend growing food and tending their herds. A few centuries after the birth of Jesus (the Son of God), it was determined that He was a greater light in the world than the sun, and the date December 25th was assigned accordingly. Evidence shows, however, that December 25th couldn't be the true date of the birth of Jesus. Shepherds were tending their sheep they couldn't do this in the winter. Also, historical data speaks of an alignment of 3 planets around September that would have a combined light that would appear to be a very bright star (the star followed by the Wise Men). Shepherds would have still been tending their sheep at this time of year. Given that the Bible emphasizes "14 generations" between eras of significance - and the birth of Christ would certainly mark a change of generations, the most likely date of Christmas would be September 14th.
  • There are bible verses that liken Jesus, God to the sun as follows:- https://bible.knowing-jesus.com/topics/God-Likened-To-The-Sun There are other suggestions as Jesus is strongest in Leo, the lion, which is the tribe of Judah, and there are 12 tribes, so there is a hidden language revealing a mystery, but he was never meant to be The sun, but likened to it, as light, truth, the way. The kingdom of God is within. I do not live in temples built with mans hands.

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