Does Oprah Winfrey believe in Jesus Christ?
Apparently she does not. She recently denied Jesus Christ on her TV show. She also stated recently that she has stopped going to church. She also believes that we are our own god, and that there is no sin and she also has her own church and decieving millions. She also says that there are many ways to get to heaven when there is only one way and that is through JESUS CHRIST.! iF YOU STILL DON'T BELIEVE THIS GO TO www.youtube.com and type in does Oprah believe in Jesus and that will prove it all.
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No, a Christian believes that Jesus Christ is God's Son, that He was crucified and died for our sins, was raised on the third day, and ascended into Heaven to prepare a place …for those that confess Him as their Lord and Savior. Oprah does not believe any of that -- she has stated publicly that Jesus in not the only way to Heaven. As far as believing in God -- Jews believe in God, Jehovah's Witnesses believe in God, even Muslims believe in God. That does not mean they are Christians.
Most believe that He is the son of God, sent to earth to atone for the sins of mankind. There was no other pure enough to be able to do this for all had fallen short of this g…reat honor. He was the spiritual first born of the Father and so it fell upon Him to take upon himself this great task. It will be he who will judge mankind at the last days, It is he who rose from the dead to break the bonds of death brought about by the transgression of our first parents. Through his death and resurrection, all mankind will also be resurrected. Another answer Since The Bible is so old and was written in many different languages, everyone picks and chooses what the think is true. That's why there are so many varieties of Christians (Episcopalian, Presbyterian, Baptist, Pentecostal, etc.). Another answer The Bible says the penalty due mankind for rebelling against God is death, after life. In the book called Hebrews in the New Testament of the Bible it says: Hebrews 9:27 And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment, The bible also say a person can be saved from death after life and have life after death this is called salvation. In the Bible the way of salvation is through the death of Jesus Christ, which God has accepted as a suitable payment for mankind's rebellion. The first book of John, in the Bible, says: 1Jn 5:11 And this is the testimony: that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. 1Jn 5:12 He who has the Son has life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have life. By accepting God's gift of His son (Jesus) you will receive life after death.
Because he is amazing, he allowed his self to die because his father loves us so much! God let his own son die just for us! For You and ME! If you have kids or will in the fut…ure, think about letting them die! You could never do that could you? But God could because he knew he would save Jesus and he has eternal love for everyone. It doesn't matter what horrible crime you commit you will go to heaven if: 1. You honestly truly love and believe in Jesus Christ and 2. You bow down and kill yourself if God so commands Amen
uhh both are black and recomend great books (really that's a stupid question and my answer is a joke they are nothing like each other)
Answer 1 They feel that He didn't fill the description of the messiahthrough the prophecy in the Old Testament. Answer 2 The assumption that the Christian ascription of Je…sus' redemptivequalities (i.e. He is the Christ, the truth, and the way) accordswith Jewish principles or understandings of the Messiah is false.It is on account of this major issue that Jews opposed what Jesuswas saying and doing, even assuming that the Gospels are accurateor historical materials. . The Jewish Messiah is to be an Earthly King, not an incarnationor union with God. As a result, a person claiming to be God himselfis instantly recognized as not being the Messiah. John 5:16-18asserts that Jews clearly believed that Jesus was articulating thathe was the physical progeny of God. Additionally, John 3:16 is atfundamental odds with the Torah's prohibition on Human Sacrifice,its prohibition of blood consumption, its prohibition oncannibalism, and its prohibition on expiation for another's sins.There is no verse in the Old Testament that explains that one ofthe purposes of the Messiah is to die for sin at all (never mindfor the sins of other people). . Jesus failed to perform requirements to be the Messiah andadditionally performed actions contrary to the establishedCommandments. The Bible makes clear that one of the defining marksbetween a True Prophet and a False Prophet is that no True Prophetwill ever deviate from the Law as it was established (Deuteronomy13:1). A Messiah must also comport to this standard, since he is tobe a Holy King. Lists of several of these actions continue below. . Functions of the Jewish Messiah that Jesus failed to fulfill(this list is not exhaustive): Setting up a lasting and Eternal Temple (Ezekiel37:26-28) -- Especially important since, seeing as theTemple was extant during his life, he should have been able to"keep it going eternally" if he were the Messiah. There wouldn'teven have been any need to rebuild it. By contrast, Jesusexplicitly claimed that the Temple would be completely destroyed inMatthew 24:1-2, betraying his duty to make it lasting andeternal. Gather all Jews back to the Land of Israel (Isaiah43:5-6) -- This should have been relatively easy sincemost Jews at that time were still in the Middle East (Judea andBabylon). After his death, (for unrelated reasons) the Jews werescattered all across the Roman Empire and later the entire world.Jesus did not facilitate any migration of Jews to Israel. Usher in an era of world peace, and end all hatred,oppression, suffering and disease. As it says: "Nation shall notlift up sword against nation, neither shall man learn war anymore."(Isaiah 2:4) -- More wars have been fought in the name ofChristianity and Islam since the time of Jesus than for any almostany other single cause; and both claim him to be the Messiah (eventhough they define that term differently). Additionally, Jesusclaims specifically that he did not come to bring peace but a swordin Mark 10:34. Spread universal knowledge of the God of Israel, which willunite humanity as one. As it says: "God will be King over all theworld -- on that day, God will be One and His Name will be One"(Zechariah 14:9) -- When Jesus died, no larger populationknew about God than when he was born. Still today, after manycenturies of missionizing, only half of the world professes tobelieve in one God. The Messiah must be descended on his father's side fromKing David (Genesis 49:10 and Isaiah 11:1) -- While theChristian scriptures may allege this, they also allege that Jesus'Earthly father played no part in making him, so to speak.Therefore, he has no patrilineal lineage to speak of (save for Godhimself) and cannot therefore be descended from King David. The Messiah will lead the Jewish people to full Torahobservance. -- Since the Messiah is the resolution of theproblems of this world and nothing can be added or detracted fromthe Law, people will naturally follow the Law. The dead shall rise from their graves and death shall beabolished for eternal life (Isaiah 26:19 and Daniel 12:2). -- Jesus allegedly rose a few individuals from the dead, but didnot raise all of the dead nor did he abolish death for everlastinglife. . Commandments that Jesus actively violated (all quotes from theNIV). This list is not exhaustive: Matthew 15:11: "That goes into someone's mouthdoes not defile them; but what comes out of their mouth, that iswhat defiles them." -- This is a blanket denial of some of the lawsof ritual purity and all of the Laws of Kashrut, which tell usfoods to eat and which foods not to eat in Leviticus ch. 11. Thisis an abrogation of the Law. Matthew 19:8-9: Jesus replied, "Moses permittedyou to divorce your wives because your hearts were hard. But it wasnot this way from the beginning. I tell you that anyone whodivorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marriesanother woman, commits adultery." -- Jesus specifically rebukes theMosaic Law and denies the permissibility of divorce which isexpressly permitted according to Deuteronomy ch. 24. Matthew 19:29: "And everyone who has left housesor brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children orfields for my sake will receive a hundred times as much and willinherit eternal life." -- Jesus actively supports the break-up offamilies, which runs counter to an entire tradition of family unityand tribal unity throughout Israelite and Jewish history. This alsoruns counter to the Messianic Prophecy that the Messiah will bringbickering families back together in Malachi 4:6. Mark 1:43-44: Jesus sent him away at once with astrong warning: "See that you don't tell this to anyone. But go,show yourself to the priest and offer the sacrifices that Mosescommanded for your cleansing, as a testimony to them." & John 18:20-21: "I have spoken openly to theworld," Jesus replied. "I always taught in synagogues or at thetemple, where all the Jews come together. I said nothing in secret.Why question me? Ask those who heard me. Surely they know what Isaid." -- These verses show that Jesus lies (not to mention theissue with absconding truth in parables). If he said everythingopenly, he would not tell people to be quiet and secretive aboutwho he was. Lying is prohibited in Leviticus 19:11. The Law beingclear and accessible, not secretive, is stated in Deuteronomy30:10-14 and Deut. 31:9-13. Mark 14:24-25: "This is my blood of the covenant,which is poured out for many," he said to them. "Truly I tell you,I will not drink again from the fruit of the vine until that daywhen I drink it anew in the kingdom of God." -- The consumption ofblood is specifically forbidden in the Torah because it is thelife-source of all creatures. This is made clear in Leviticus17:10-12. . Additionally. Judaism makes clear that there are those who canperform wondrous deeds even though they lack faith in God at all(see also Deuteronomy ch.13). The Magicians in Pharaoh's Court area perfect example. They are able to replicate (Exodus ch.7-8) someof the early plagues. If God had stopped after the second plague,who could say that these Magicians were not Prophets, revealing thewords of Amon Ra? Additionally, Balaam is recounted as a wickedprophet who was able to see the Will of God and prophesy. InNumbers ch.25 (see also Numbers ch.31), he cleverly devises a planto get the Israelites to sin against God and incur His wrath. Theplan succeeds and results in a pestilence afflicting the people. Onaccount of these individuals and others sprinkled throughout theBible, it is clear that being able to hear God's voice and/orperform miracles does not necessarily make someone a TrueProphet. It is important to note before reading the answers below that thereare two ways to read the question: Why do Jews not believe thatJesus existed? and Why do Jews not believe that Jesus was the Sonof God -AND/OR- God -AND/OR- the Messiah? Answer 1 Just as Muslims, Hindi, Buddhists, and Shintoists have their ownnon-Christian belief systems, so does Judaism. Christians and Jewsshare a common history, yet the Jews insist that there is only OneGod. What Judaism and Christianity do agree upon is the belief inan Anointed One. The word used is Messiah, and the Christiansmaintain that Jesus was/is this Messiah. Judaism has read the Old Testament (Tanakh) and knows that thereare many prophecies about the Messiah. Jews believe that Jesus did not fulfill all the prophecies, therefore he couldnot be THE Messiah. There is also the issue of Christians claiming that Jesus is God.While Trinitarianism is a cornerstone of Christian faith, for theJew it is not permitted, since Judaism doesn't see it as belief inOne God. Judaism maintains that there is only One God and no other;no combination. Answer 2 Jews believe that Jesus existed: that he was possibly a rabbi, whotaught people what he knew. Jews do not believe that Jesus was theMessiah because the Messiah had specific parameters, and Jesus didnot fill most of these. Some Jews believe that Jesus himself didnot say that he was the son of God, but that his disciplesinterpreted things he said to mean that. Others believe that he mayhave said himself that he was the son of God, but that he actuallywas not. Answer 3 Jewish people do not believe that a human is God. And the Messiah was supposed to restore peace and justice to theworld. This has not happened.
There are many actors who believe in Jesus Christ (May peace be on him).
yes Aaliyah believe in Jesus because she love Jesus and she prey every night or day she said and she said on YouTube whatever she die she what to know what people said when sh…e long gone in heaven
No, at least not as Messiah.
Believing in Jesus is an individual act, so the answer to your question is - some probably do.
I don't tink she does!
A true Christian believes in Christ Jesus.
I can only answer for myself. I believe that the bible is the insprired word of the one true God. God promised us a savior and a savior He delivered in the form of Jesus. We c…an do nothing without Jesus. He tells us in the Gospels, that no man will come to the Father without the Son. We have no choice. Jesus died for us and He is our buffer between us and God's judgement. I don't know about you, but I want Jesus standing there when God is passing judgement on my life.
"Santa" was the nickname for Saint Nicholas, a Bishop in a city called Myra, which is now part of modern-day Turkey. Saint Nicholas is the reason why we invented the traditi…on of Santa Claus. Since he was a Bishop, it's safe to assume he believed in Jesus.
Yes. So do Ethiopians, and Sudanese, and Somalis, Filipinoes,Koreans, Germans, Dutch, Norwegians, Australians, Indians,Pakistanis, Turks, Russians, even Canadians, and US citi…zensbelieve in Christ. Exactly what is that belief is another matter.