Acts 2:22,23<quoted text>
Yes Norton do tell tell the book, chapter, and verse. And as well Yellowdawg on the many sons you speak of that God had, do tell tell the book, chapter, and verse as well. For in the Bible the word "son" is a term expressing a relationship with someone or something. It indicates origin, but it is also used to express close association or identification with persons or things. Even when indicating origin the term does not limit oneself to one's father and mother. One may be called the "son" of the his father and mother, the son of his family, the son of his tribe, the son of his people, the son of his place of birth (city or country).
'Ye men of Israel, hear these words: Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God among you by miracles and wonders and signs, which God did by him in the midst of you, as ye yourselves also know,'Him (This Jesus), being delivered by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God, Ye have taken, and by wicked hands have crucified and slain:" What does the determinate counsel mean? It means the Trinity, the Triune God, Three Persons yet One, consulted within this Godhead before anything was ever created. They agreed within the Trinity, knowing everything that would take place: that fallen man would need a Redeemer, and salvation would be that Second Person of the Trinity who would step down from the invisible Godhead, take on flesh and go the way of the finished work of the Cross for man's redemption. Now all of that was foreknown and consummated in the thought process of the Trinity. It implies that all Three persons of the Godhead had agreed that this is the way it would be done......and that is exactly what this verse means,.........BY THE DETERMINATE COUNSEL. They are co-equal.