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. . .The New Testament provides the only original account in existence of Christ and His teaching. It is not our present purpose to inquire into the claims of the Bible to be the Word of God - that has been fully and ably done by many others - but accepting its veracity to discover its teaching concerning Jesus of Nazareth. Acknowledging [H]is claims and the claims that Scripture make for [H]im are true how are we to understand them? Did [H]e really claim to be God manifest in the flesh as Christendom has generally maintained? Or might it not be more in keeping with the facts to take the view that [H]e was the special sent [O]ne of God but not God himself? Was [H]e the [D]ivine uncreated second [P]erson of an eternal Godhead or was [H]e the [S]upreme created [B]eing not equal with but inferior to God though occupying an exalted position with [H]im? . . .