This is Part 1 of a four-part series. Here are the links to Part Two, Three, and Four. Let me start by saying that I trust that Jesus was not only “a son of the Divine,” but also “the son of the Divine,” different from the rest of us who are also children of the Father. I say “the Divine” rather than “God,” because it is closer to the concept that Jesus used. In this article, I am not going to discuss the nature of “the Divine.” As I have said, human pronouncements about the God are like cockroaches debating the nature of humanity. They may live off our crumbs, but that doesn’t mean they know what we are.