037

037:151
أَلَا إِنَّهُم مِّنْ إِفْكِهِمْ لَيَقُولُونَ
No doubt, indeed, the Collyridians and Arians of their falsehood [they] say,
037:152
وَلَدَ اللَّهُ وَإِنَّهُمْ لَكَاذِبُونَ
"Seed of the Father" but indeed, they surely (are) liars.

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The term Walid Allah is problematic on many levels. 

First of all The Father has not sired any offspring. 

Secondly there is no such thing as a divine bloodline.

Thirdly, the Monogene Son was specified as begotten of the Holy Spirit according to the Apostle's Creed i.e. begotten of the Essence of the Father according to the Nicene Creed of 325AD and was not said to be born of the Father in the version of that Creed even as preserved by Theodore of Mopsuestia. This emphasis reveals a sensitivity in Apostolic/Nicene Puritanism towards Judaism predating 333AD's Imperial Misojudaic policies and which is no longer even considered by other Messianists.

Fourthly, there never was a time when the Monogene Son was not Begotten, therefore there never was a time when The Father Begat. 

Hence, even though we accept that the Messiah Iesous is the Monogene Son, we must object to the phrase "Walid Allah".

It is the Holy Spirit who spoke to David saying "This day I have begotten you." It was not God the Father who said that.

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