I will proclaim the decree of Yahweh.
He said to me, “You are my son;
today I have become your father. Bible see other translations

“today.” Although commentators argue about which day “today” refers to, one thing that is clear by this statement is that the Messiah was begotten at a specific time in history. This is in direct contrast to the Trinitarian doctrine that the Messiah is “eternally begotten.” See commentary on Psalm 2:2.

Commentary for: Psalms 2:7