Is Michael another name for Jesus?

Is Michael another name for Jesus?

The name Michael is used five times in the Bible to designate a celestial being (Dan. 10:13, 21; 12:1; Jude 9; Rev. 12:7). He is nowhere explicitly identified with Jesus, but some Christian writers have equated the two by carefully comparing the role played by Michael with that of Jesus.

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What if Jesus had sinned?

Had Jesus sinned, what would have happened to Him?

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Is Jesus God?

The first coming of Jesus posed a problem for those being confronted with Him. The question was: Who is this Jesus? Is He only human or is He also divine as He claimed? And, if so, how are we to understand God? Is God one, are there several Gods or do we find a plurality…

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The Lord’s Supper—A Commemoration

It is good to remember certain events that took place in the past, for instance, one’s childhood and family, one’s wedding, the birth of one’s children, and one’s baptism.

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Christianity’s Great Mystery – the Incarnation

In one of your columns you discussed the union of the human and the divine in Christ. Please tell me how the Adventist view of the Incarnation corresponds to that of other Christians?

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The Jesus Tomb

Evaluation of the claims that the tomb of Jesus and his family was found.

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Sanctified Guessing

 For years I've been asked to address this question, but I have been reluctant to answer it. Why? The Scripture does not provide a clear answer. This means that whatever I say will border on speculation.

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Christ as Monogenēs: Proper Translation and Theological Significance

Study of the use of the term Monogenēs as it applies to Christ.

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The Firstborn (Col 1:15)

Jesus is called "the firstborn." What does this term mean? Does it indicate that Jesus had a beginning?

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The Nature of Christ: The Soteriological Question

It is quite evident in the Scriptures that the followers of Jesus acknowledged Him as Immanuel, “God with us”. His followers held a firm belief that in him they had encountered Yahweh himself.

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