MemberAugust 13, 2020 at 7:57 pm
Shalowm, Tazarah. I take a different position. Please see my responses to the three verses you cite below:
Romans 1:3 – The comment here about Mashiyach being made according to the flesh has nothing to do with his conception. It does not mean that He was conceived in the normal/carnal fashion with Yahucep’s (Joseph’s) sperm; all it means is that He was born as a man of flesh and bone. That Mashiyach was not the biological son of Yahucep is confirmed when the Angel tells Yahucep (Joseph) that the child conceived is of the Holy Ghost (see Matthew 1:20).
Hebrews 2:17 – Again, the comment here about Mashiyach being made like unto us is not about how He was fashioned or conceived. If you read from Verse 16 to 18, it is clear that the context of this passage is how Mashiyach, as a Saviour who lived as a man, is able to understand and empathise with our struggles. This is because He actually experienced life as a fleshly man, and is thereby able to more fully appreciate what we, His people, go through as men (see also Hebrews 4:15, which makes the same point). This verse is about His experience as a man and how that experience informs His understanding of our plight as men; it is not about his conception.
Acts 2:29-30 – Again, the comment here about Mashiyach being born of the fruit of the loins of Melek Dawid (King David) according to the flesh has nothing to do with His conception. (This idea has to be read into the text.) All it means is that He was born as a fleshly man in the line of Melek Dawid, which confirms His right inheritance of the Kingship of Israel.
Hope this helps!