Over the recent years of church history lately many denominations have increased in their following of habits, catch phrases, and customs of whatever is popular at the time. If one person says something that others found different and it tickled their ear, it spreads to another church and or a pastor speech and sermon. It goes from tv to radio and finally spreads at rapid rates. Sometimes when this happens it could be legit and backed up by the word of God. But most of the time it’s not. It becomes a habitual thing to say to fill the lines of speeches or sermons. It becomes a t-shirt or a license plate to be sold in stores. Now, most people when they hear these things or see actions passed on by someone in church it is automatically assumed that this is correct and never validated. It spreads to millions without even one person to challenge the need or accuracy of it. And even if one did it is put off because we feel like it does no harm or that it’s not that important to be accurate. But yet we serve a God that isn’t about confusion and chaos. It is this very thing that keeps the lost from ever joining God’s kingdom. People aren’t really stupid about inconsistency when they are looking for a reason to justify not believing in something. They quickly see flaws and contradictions of the person or groups that try and convince them that they need to live better lives. After all, you are basically convicting them or should I say the word is. Why shouldn’t they look at whatever easy targets they can paint on your back. It’s the human thing to do. One area that is always easy to see is quotes like …Jesus walked the earth 100% man and 100% God. I am sure most of you have heard of this term. It is one of the most inaccurate, unscriptural fades quotes going on today. It has been taught in biblical schools and used by the most educated minds in all of Christianity. On top of everything else it is the most illogical math statements ever made in history. Nothing is 200%! It doesn’t even exist. This quote and it’s meaning has no biblical backing either. So for a person that doesn’t believe in Yahweh you sound like a complete idiot. It isn’t faith nor is it a badge of honor to be proud of. It’s something someone should have stopped years ago but didn’t. Are we forgetting the facts that Christ grew in wisdom and favor of his God and Father, had to be taught, tempted by the devil, had no knowledge of the end day. Christ gave up what made him what he was in heaven to become a man. There are those who try to ignore the fact that he was not His Father who Christ declares as the Only True God. Christ gave up what made him who he was to be born a Man. That’s means whatever he was that made him what he was before he came to earth was no longer with him on earth. This means it’s impossible for him to be 100% God and 100% man . Do the math folks! If in heaven he was complete and he gives up even 1% of what made him who he was, he is no longer 100%. So if you want to say that he was God himself, it would be impossible for him to maintain 100% of that status if he gave that up to become man. For me, the Bible tells us without a shadow of doubt that God can’t be tempted, has all knowledge, and is the only thing that is Good and perfect while Christ denied those who followed him from calling him Good saying only The Father is Good, Christ could be tempted and was tempted, and finally..he is under complete submission to the Father who is his God and ours. If we only look at just the math, 100% means nothing is left out, complete not missing anything. Yes, Christ was the Son of God who stepped up and gave up what made him what he was in the spirit realm to become flesh, be born and grow. I don’t care if what he gave up was as small as his spiritual glow around his pinkie finger. This can’t be counted as 100% God if this what you believe he was. He wasn’t what he was in heaven in some way or another. And if you aren’t what you were before because you gave up something then you can not be 100%. Even if the belief was that he had two natures( to be clear, the Bible never claimed Christ had two natures..theology does) then this would not make his sacrifice fair or equal to Adam and for the sacrifice to work it had to be like for like. Adam didn’t have two natures, he was only a 100% innocent man without the nature of Sin in him. He didn’t have a second nature that was God in him. So Christ had to be born with the same limits and live his life til age 33( I believe Adam was 32-33 years old at the time of the fall of man but that’s not something I can preach as gospel)to justify the sacrifice, which is why he is called the last Adam or the second Adam. In every way Christ had to be able to be tempted just like Adam was in order for the sacrifice to be “one for one” sacrifice as the Bible describes. This concept of 100% man and 100% God would place Christ in a position no man could live up to not even Adam. But we know God didn’t require of Adam something he was not able to do. So if a 100% God and 100% Man was truly needed then Adam would have had to been just like Christ, being both God and Man, based on most churches belief about the substitute sacrifice. How about we allow Christ to be the Son of God he said he is and the allow his God and Father to be the sovereign God He says he is. I’m sure he doesn’t need our opinion or help explaining Him nor His Son. He never once made that a requirement for salvation, man did with theology.