Regarding the use of the term 'son of man', as stated in the New Testament section of all four bibles, use of said term therein is the bible deceivers mocking the Son of God.
In the Old Testament section, the term 'son of man' in reference to the coming Jewish Messiah, (the Son of God), is strictly descriptive. He shall appear to be a son of man.
Christ put to the Pharisees: If I am the son of David, then why does David call him Lord (Matthew 22:41-46)? The Pharisees would not answer, but they knew 'this is the Son of God' (Matthew 21:33-42). Kill the Son, his inheritance becomes our inheritance and the Pharisees did seize on the inheritance of Christ, that the Gentiles shall trust in him. After the Pharisees had Christ killed, they presented their own false christ gospel to the Gentiles, Pharisee Rabbi Paul's gospel, the foundation of Christianity, and thereby gained paying member Gentiles of the Pharisees' church altars.
If Christ were saying to anyone that he is the son of man, then the Pharisees would have Christ dead to rights. So you are telling people that you are the son of man; okay, who is the man that is your father? If not David, then who is the man that is your father, Christ?
Christ is the Son of God and never told people his father is a man. Use of the term 'son of man' in every instance in the New Testament (aside from reference to prophet writings wherein the descriptive term 'son of man' is used), is just a swipe at Christ by the hateful bible deceivers (325 AD Council of Nicea); and the deception was maintained by all future editions of the bible. The Pharisee bible deceivers used the term 'son of man' because they hate Christ and by applying said term, they mean it as this:
Numbers 23:19 God is not a man that he should lie or the son of man that he should repent
Repent, Christ the 'son of man' - you did not follow the Pharisees but spoke against them and for that reason, God killed you and gave the Pharisees the vineyard, that is how Pharisees think and why they use the term 'son of man' in their writings (Mark, Luke, etc.), and altered John and Matthew's writings as well in that regard (Matthew 21:33-42). Christ, the son of man, must repent (Numbers 23:19), that is the reason Pharisees use the term 'son of man' instead of the correct spoken word of Christ, 'son of God'.
Bibles are mere book covers, and nothing more. Every writing that was placed in all four bibles already existed. As to Christ's doctrine (Matthew and John) and the Pharisees' doctrine (every other writing in the NT section), these doctrines were not under a same book cover until the 325 AD Council of Nicea. The four bibles are Catholic, Ethiopian, Orthodox and Protestant. All four have the same writings in their NT section.
Evil men come up with a book cover and say, every writing we placed under our bible book cover is all the word of God. They are liars. Furthermore, read Matthew 25:31-46, which is how it goes down for mankind at judgment before the Lord and nowhere therein does Christ say, you did not attend church, you failed to tithe to the churches - off to the lake of fire with you. Rather, it is whether a person was compassionate upon other people that determines their eternal fate. To turn a blind eye to someone you can help that is a brother in Christ is to be evil.
Matthew 25:40 ... when you have failed to do these things to the least of my brethren, you have failed to do it unto me
Christ is not a brother to those who go to Hell and then the lake of fire, such as the evildoers of Capernaum who refused to give up evil deeds (Matthew 11:20-24). Christ is not a brother to the Pharisees and Sadducees who never go to Heaven (John 8:44, Matthew 5:20). Christ is not a brother to the converts to Paul's gospel, he tells them he never knew them (Matthew 7:22-23). Christ is not a brother to the children of Hell converts to Pharisee doctrine, among which doctrine are the Talmud, Misnah, Book of Jubilees, Paul's gospel and the Koran (Matthew 23:15, Acts 23:6).
These are the brethren, mothers and sisters of Christ:
Matthew 12:50 Whosoever shall do the will of my Father, the same is my brother, and sister and mother
Shelter, clothe, give food, water, drink to children of Hell, or to Pharisees and Sadducees, or to murderers, or to other unjust and filthy (Rev. 22:14)? Christ is concerned that any of the aforesaid groups are taken care of? As to children of Hell Paul converts, Christ says he does not even know them (Matthew 7:22-23).
Christ is looking at his brethren, the men who believe in Christ; and Christ is looking at his sisters and mothers, the women who believe in Christ; and upon those good people who do not know Christ. God knows the righteous, even those who do not know him (Psalm 1:6, Rev. 22:14). Christ is full of compassion and love toward his brothers, sisters and mothers and takes note of when they are deprived of shelter, clothing, food, drink by unjust acts of evil people, or for other reason are in need of same, but those things are denied to them by those who could provide same. In most cases, outright theft of what belonged to the brethren, sisters and mothers of Christ by evil unjust people. Lands stolen, people murdered, their places of worship destroyed (John 15:26 - 16:4).
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