As Yokhannan says, ‘the Memra became flesh and dwelt among us’ (Yokhannan 1:14). ‘When the fullness of time had come, G-d sent forth His Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons’ (Galatians 4:4). Daniel foresaw this ‘one like a son of man’ ascending with the clouds of heaven and being presented before the Ancient of Days, the Most High G-d, in order to receive an everlasting kingdom from Him (cf. Daniel 7:13-14). Yeshua is this one like a son of man who ascended into Heaven (cf. Mattityahu 16:27, 25:31, Ma’asei 1:9, Luke 19:12), whereas the Torah plainly says G-d is not a son of man (cf. Bamidbar / Numbers 23:19). Likewise, Yekhezkel HaNavi (the Prophet Ezekiel), who is referred to as Son of Man numerous times (Yekhezkel 2:1,3,6,8, et al.), was not the Most High G-d.