The Book of Hebrews is clear that Jesus shared our full humanity, flesh and blood, in all its weakness (2:14ff). It’s an uncomfortable thought for some. The Docetists denied it completely and said he only appeared to be like us, when he really wasn’t. Others, including the Catholic Church, have done all they could to make his humanity as antiseptically pure as possible. Catholicism preserves his mother from original sin and even the ordinary pain of childbirth–suggesting that Jesus wasn’t really born of the virgin Mary, but that he transported out of her womb (like going through the locked door after his resurrection), without contracting the uterus or stretching the cervix and vagina. Catholicism further argues that his temptations were mere playacting, that it was metaphysically impossible for him to have given in.
Evangelicals have not been immune from this fear of Jesus’ real humanity. Consider the sermons by M. R. DeHaan (d. 1965) of the “Radio Bible Class” on the “Chemistry of the Blood,” in which he declared,
Jesus is called the Seed of the woman, because He was born of a woman without one drop of human blood in His veins, and thereby could avoid the sin of Adam which is only transmitted through the blood which the male contributes to his offspring. Jesus could have a human body, but one drop of Adam’s blood would have made Him a sinner just as you and I.
He was a prominent voice in Evangelicalism, but I can’t find any instances of Evangelical leaders calling him on the carpet for this bizarrely heretical statement.