Thursday, May 29, 2014
LOL (Google Image Series)
Genesis 32 records the night that Jacob wrestled with God. This passage refers to God as "the Angel of the Lord," which is one of the titles applied to Jesus before His birth in Bethlehem. Theologians call this a theophany, or pre-incarnate appearance of Jesus on earth.
In other words, seeing Jesus' face and seeing God's face are two different things. No one has looked at the face of God. Obviously, multitudes have seen the face of Jesus.
Nice try, contradiction watch dogs. But once again, the Bible validates itself.