Total Posts:4|Showing Posts:1-4
Jump to topic:

Will Christ Return?

Willows
Posts: 11,684
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
1/31/2020 6:12:01 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
The answer is of course, Quite emphatically, No.

It stands to reason that if something or somebody was never here in the first place, That something or somebody could never return.
Harikrish
Posts: 29,658
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
1/31/2020 3:26:59 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Willows wrote:
The answer is of course, Quite emphatically, No.

It stands to reason that if something or somebody was never here in the first place, That something or somebody could never return.

They had high expectation when he came the first time. But he was disappointing so they crucified him.

Those expectations have grown on his second coming. He might as well stay back and come all he wants without the risk of getting crucified a second time.

Harikrish biblical scholar and spiritual therapist.
Willows
Posts: 11,684
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
1/31/2020 11:35:54 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Harikrish wrote:
Willows wrote:
The answer is of course, Quite emphatically, No.

It stands to reason that if something or somebody was never here in the first place, That something or somebody could never return.

They had high expectation when he came the first time. But he was disappointing so they crucified him.

Those expectations have grown on his second coming. He might as well stay back and come all he wants without the risk of getting crucified a second time.

Harikrish biblical scholar and spiritual therapist.

Being the Biblical scholar that you are:
As I understand it the myth goes something like this:
They (most of he followers) were (blindly) faithful to Christ all along to the extent that many were thrown to the lions for they unswerving loyalty.

They (the authorities) weren't disappointed with Christ, They were very wary of his position of popularity and posed a threat to the existence of the government. So, As per usual "they" trump up some charges and crucify the bastard.
Harikrish
Posts: 29,658
Add as Friend
Challenge to a Debate
Send a Message
2/1/2020 12:34:12 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Willows wrote:
Harikrish wrote:
Willows wrote:
The answer is of course, Quite emphatically, No.

It stands to reason that if something or somebody was never here in the first place, That something or somebody could never return.

They had high expectation when he came the first time. But he was disappointing so they crucified him.

Those expectations have grown on his second coming. He might as well stay back and come all he wants without the risk of getting crucified a second time.

Harikrish biblical scholar and spiritual therapist.

Being the Biblical scholar that you are:
As I understand it the myth goes something like this:
They (most of he followers) were (blindly) faithful to Christ all along to the extent that many were thrown to the lions for they unswerving loyalty.

Jesus's followers were mainly Hellenic Jews. Read Stephen's stoning. But the mainstream Jews saw them as heretics and persecuted them. Paul was a persecutor of Hellenic Christian Jews till his conversion on the road to Damascus.

They (the authorities) weren't disappointed with Christ, They were very wary of his position of popularity and posed a threat to the existence of the government. So, As per usual "they" trump up some charges and crucify the bastard.

The Romans were not that concerned about Jesus. Pilate even offered the people a choice between Jesus and Barabbas they wanted pardoned. The people chose Barabbas and demanded Jesus be crucified instead.

The Jewish rebellion and insurgency started almost 40 years after Jesus was crucified. The two events were not connected or related.

If the Jews or Romans believed Jesus was God they would not have dared to crucify him.

Harikrish biblical scholar and spiritual leader.

By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use.