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Comment by Nataniel T. on May 13, 2011 at 12:01pm
Jesus only counts as the Son.
Comment by BoB on May 16, 2011 at 12:10am

So many inaccuracies

1. He died at 33. then was resurrected and lives still. thus infinate age

2. Nataniel covered that one

3. He was a strong speaker. Probably sounded wise, confident and convincing

4. yes he rose once but he also only died once...and only by his own choice.

5. he had 12 apostles not 12 disciples. He had many more disciples than that. And his main associate you forgot...God/Holy Spirit

6. He usually actually stood on a hill or in a boat or in a temple/synogogue talking to thousands of people. He also performed amazing miracles such as feeding those thousands of people with a bit of bread and fish.

7. Satan was never 'in control'. God is 'in control'. Also Jesus defeated Satan by dying...something Satan never expected.

8. You got one right!!!


Just sayin if you're gonna make an argument...get your facts straight.
Comment by Scarlette Blues on June 16, 2011 at 4:30pm

@Bob-Sorry but I literally LOL'd on this one. You're correct that there are a few inaccuracies but I'm having trouble understanding a few things here. . .


3. I'm not sure how you would determine his voice just because you think he was a strong & convincing speaker. Charles Manson had some of the same qualities and have you ever heard him talk?


4. If Yahweh is Jesus' father, wouldn't it have Yahweh's choice to only kill him(self) once...which seems the most logical 'choice'..what would be the point of sacrificing him(self) again?


6. Did you know you're in a forum where everyone knows the 'miracles of Jesus' are all fairy tales? 


7. I'm interested to know how Jesus 'defeated' Satan just by dying. Also, if Satan was 'defeated' why he is still in control of hell and the demons still roam around?

Comment by Dylan Sloboda on October 20, 2011 at 6:27am


Comment by Nataniel T. on November 30, 2011 at 4:19am

Jesus the son represents one part of the Trinity (or so says my Religious Philosophy teacher). The father and the holy spirit are not Jesus, but they're all part of 'God', so I'm not sure but I don't think Jesus is his own son. Then again you might be right I'm not sure


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