At several points in these gospels Jesus is worshiped or at least bowed to. Is the reader supposed to infer that Jesus is God himself? This is an excerpt of a much longer interview between Dr. J. R. Daniel Kirk and Dale Tuggy.
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Bible reference(s): Matt. 2:2, Matt. 2:8, Matthew 2:11, Matthew 8:2, Matthew 9:18, Matthew 14:33, Matthew 15:25, Matthew 18:26, Matt. 20:20, Matthew 28:9, Matthew 28:17, Mark 5:6, Mar 5:33, Mar 7:25, Mark 15:19, Luk 8:41, Luke 24:52, John 9:38, Joh 11:32, Phi 2:10, Heb 1:6
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