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Unformatted text preview: with the knowledge of all the scriptures; he had to learn them like every other Jew. He did not have a special power. Also, Jesus is sometimes pictured as knowing what will happen in the future. Then at other times he seems to have no knowledge of what is to come. The Gospels do not seem to hesitate in mentioning normal human ignorance in Jesus, but at other times the Gospels attribute more than ordinary knowledge to Jesus. Some Gospel passages report admiration for the depth of Jesus teaching, but Jesus also seems to conform to contemporary limited understandings of Scripture. For example, Jesus accepts the idea of time of demons being the reason for disease. Jesus knowledge was limited, but he did seem to have an intuitive consciousness of a one of a kind relationship with God, hence why calls himself the only Son of God....
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- Spring '09