Did the Jesus of Christianity ever exist? What would he say? Where would he be most comfortable?
The growth of the Jews for Jesus and Messianic movements in Israel, especially during Israel’s 60th Anniversary, is unprecedented and an outcome of unrestrained relationships with evangelical Christians. There are more than 15,000 “Messianic Jews” residing in Israel and more than 275,000 in the Diaspora.
The Christian scriptures claim that their leader, one Jesus of Nazareth, was crucified by the Romans and that as a result of this he died. These authors of the Christian scriptures tell us that after Jesus’ death he was sighted by some of his followers alive and well. According to these men, this miraculous event is the sign that Christianity is the true religion. Some Christians look at the alleged resurrection of Jesus as a solid foundation upon which to base their faith.
The Watchtower Society describes itself as “the only organization on earth that understands the ‘deep things of God'” and “the true Christian organization”.
Are the accounts of Jesus’ resurrection in the Christian bible believable — or have you, like Esau, traded your holy birthright for a bowl of worthless soup?
In the Book of Revelation we find the verse, “I am the Alpha and the Omega, says the Lord God, who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty” (Revelation 1:8). But what do you do with Revelation 22:13, which appears to be Jesus speaking (see verse 16), when he says, “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end”?
In this question and answer post by Gerald Sigal, we find out whether Jesus is part of a tri-unity god, was Jesus there before Abraham came into being. Not clear? Read on to find out!
Is it true that a portion of the Christian tri-unity god (i.e., Jesus) became man for the express purpose of undergoing temptation and suffering in order to save humankind from its sins? Let’s find out.
In this question and answer post of Gerald Sigal, we get answers to the question, as to how, if Jesus was God as well as man, Satan felt he could tempt him? Let’s find out.
Isaiah 53:7 says that the suffering servant “humbled himself and opened not his mouth” as a lamb about to be slaughtered or a sheep dumb before its shearers. Does this describe Jesus’ behavior at his trials?