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Jesus Christ is the foundation on which the Christian faith is built. Ask and answer questions about His life, death, resurrection, and more here.
Answer The Jews did not kill Jesus. The Jewish leaders were instrumental in getting Him executed, but they did not crucify Him. The Jewish Sanhedrin was able to try Jesus for blasphemy under Mosaic law (Luke 22:71) and succeeded, but could not pass the penalty of execution because they did not have…
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Christ had to be baptized because he had no Holy Spirit! When he came out of the water he saw the spirit decending like a dove. He needed to be baptized to receive the Holy Spirit. Before he was baptized he was a body and soul man. Jesus was a man, he is not God, and therefore had to do what we had …
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No one knows for sure when Jesus was born. Some biblical scholars suggest it may have been around the month of July, August or September. Most all agree it could not have been in December. In the 4th century, the Roman Catholic Church chose December 25th as the day to celebrate the birth of Christ …
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We have no idea what the shepherd's names were. Luke 2:8-20 is the only mention of these characters in the Scripture, and we are not told of their names. Also, you ask what the "three" names were--we are also not told of the number of shepherds who came to visit the Lord Jesus Christ.
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The image of Christ as the Good Shepherd in the mural over the door over at the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia is young, beardless, with flowing hair, and surrounded by sheep.
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The theological answer is this: Jesus was 33 1/2 years old when he was crucifiedJesus was born around 3 A.D. His birth was 2009 years ago though nobody knows the exact date. But Jesus is of the Trinity and is technically eternal. He has not always been man, but in the incarnation "became man" at bir…
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This was also confusing to me as well. The crossed out version is the wrong way of saying it and the bold print is the correct form of saying it.Suppose you got hurt or you were shocked by something so you said, "Oh my god!" But when you are talking to some one about him, or talking to him such as, …
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First it wasn't three shepherds. The Bible says astrologers from the East. It doesn't give a specific number. The gifts listed in the Bible are gold, frankincense, and myrrh. See Matthew 2: 1-11 Answer (Extension/Correction to Previous Answer) The Bible doesn't refer to these gentlemen as "astrologe…
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According to the Bible, He was crucified on a cross at Golgotha, or "The place of a skull," undoubtedly outside the wall of Old Jerusalem. Another name for this hill, in the language of Rome, is Calvary. The Bible goes on to say He was laid in a borrowed tomb and He rose again the third day. It has …
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I am often asked "What wood was the Cross made from?" This has been the subject of much debate and disagreement amongst historians, botanists, and Bible scholars. There are many legends, however there is very limited scriptural evidence to suggest what the wood may have been. There are some who bel…
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Answer AConversion to Judaism was the intention of Jesus It is difficult to affirm a concrete dogma considering all the New Testament data that may lead people to think contrary to conversion to Judaism. Nonetheless, based on the evidence I've uncovered thus far, I believe that conversion to Judaism…
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Persecution of Jews No, alleged involvement in the Roman crucifixion of Jesus Christ cannot explain the historical persecution of Jews. It is much more complicated. Anti-Semitism existed before Christ and has existed in many forms since. The European Holocaust is one stark example that had nothing …
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In what is referred to as the "Massacre of the Innocents", King Herod (also known as Herod the Great or Herod I), decreed that all young male children in the vicinity of Bethlehem be killed, which would have included Jesus if Mary and Joseph had not fled to Egypt.
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Answer 1 This is a really strange question with several answers. First of all, to clarify: the Jews did not kill Jesus. The Catholic Church even issued an apology for that one. Second, Jesus was never a king. He was a rabbi, a teacher. Third, you don't have to be Jewish to hate Nazis. Fourth, Hi…
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This is a very controversial subject matter and no view on this has been definitively proven. Please read all sections before coming to an opinion. As a result of the divergence of opinion, this answer has been split into three main sections corresponding to the three general arguments on this subje…
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OpinionThe question does not ask 'does Jesus have any descendants?'. If this was the case the answer would be 'no' because nowhere in scripture, nor in secular historical accounts nor in tradition, does it mention that Jesus was married (which would be certainly be mentioned if he was!).The silly no…
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No they do not. Muslims believe that the Lord Jesus is a prophet of Allah, but, they believe Christians are blasphemers for believing that the Lord Jesus Is Divine.
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no, he was a holy man      Some opinions about Jesus Using/Not Using Drugs It would be impossible to determine whether or not Jesus did in fact use the cannabis plant, although there is evidence to suggest that oil extracts were used in healing rituals. However, the possibility …
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Although there is said to be more evidence of Jesus' existence than any other person in history there is more evidence of belief of his existence. You do not know for sure that Jesus existed and you do not know for sure that he didn't. To be perfectly honest it is mostly based on faith and which sou…
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The Encyclopædia Britannica comments: "There is no indication of the observance of the Easter festival in the New Testament, or in the writings of the apostolic Fathers. The sanctity of special times was an idea absent from the minds of the first Christians."---(1910), Vol. VIII, p. 828.The Catholi…
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THOELOGICAL POSIT: Jesus (from the tribe of David), and his follwers, all but Saul of Tarsus(Paul) were by birth Jewish-Were they not. History lets us know that the only Recognized messia is Jesus of Nazaruth, but it also lets us know that he was nither the first nor the last to be thought the possi…
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Answer Yes she was-- The Bible writer James records: A man is to be declared righteous by works, and not by faith alone. In the same manner was not also Rahab the harlot declared righteous by works, after she had received the messengers hospitably and sent them out by another way? Indeed, as the…
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Answer Jesus did die for our sins on the cross. But his death was only bodily spiritually he was still in control of the universe. Don't forget about the Holy Spirit and God the Father together with Jesus makes up the trinity or God in three persons. When Jesus died God the father turned away…
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The word neighbors i believe refers to same descendants. So the Commandment thy shall not covet thy neighbor's house, wives, stuff ..... etc, refers to the their particular tribe.  Christians should tell their neighbors about Christ! It is the great commission to do so. But I think today all p…
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The star was actually a gift from God. The Bible says nothing about the Magi being "astrologers" :) HA. The visit of the Magi represents the importance of Jesus. Answer Those Magi (wise men) were actually astrologers from the east. (Matt. 2:1, 2,) Although astrology is popular among many p…
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To help him out; the same role as a servant, until the Romans made his disciples watch him get crucified... Their role is just to use the number "12" (see link on left "Why were there 12 disciples?) which is an important number during that time. The same as ours. To witness about Jesus and win pe…
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Answer Actually the Bible does not give a specific date or even season for Jesus' birth. From what Bible historians and scholars have discovered, Christ was born closer to mid or late spring. Exact dates can be argued but that would be the time. The Catholic church moved the date in order to compete…
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He never had a 'ministry' in the sense that we know today. In the eyes of his Jewish contemporaries he was a 'wandering rabbi' - a Jewish tradition that remained very common all over middle and eastern Europe until WW 1, including the disciples and the miracle stories attributed to them. Since he di…
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Firstly, just to clarify a previous answer: There is no evidence that Jesus ever went to Egypt. Indeed, the Christian bible itself is contradictory on this idea, stating both that he DID and later that he DID NOT go to Egypt. To answer the main post: Jesus was born into a typically large Jewish …
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The truth is that the religion had already changed quite a bit long before Constantine became emperor. Paul and John had fortold a future apostasy from the true faith as had Jesus. The clergy laity had become firmly established by this time. Jesus ha d told his followers that they were not to 'lord…
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OPINIONS Yes. And so does Jesus. We are all descendants of Adam and Eve and as one big family there are marvelous promises in Isaiah with regard to our being brought to a state of peace and rest. They have been and are and will be fulfilled. Answer: The three oldest, and largest, Christian churches…
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Mausoleum of Galla Placidia in Ravenna Unfortunately, I can't answer the specific question, but here's a link to information on the impressive mausoleum in Ravenna associated with her name. I hope it's some use to you. See the Related Link for "Basilica di San Vitale" to the bottom for the answe…
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The traditional age of 33 years is based on the fact that Jesus was born before the death of Herod the Great in 4 BC. He is thought to have begun his public ministry at age 30. Due to the length of ministry described in the gospel records including the number of Passovers, three years are added to g…
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Answer Some research has been done as to when taxes were collected, remembering that Joseph and Mary were travelling to pay taxes. On the other hand, when Constantine created modern Christianity he was primarily attempting to unify Europe under a "universal" religion. So it should come as no …
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Answer "What does it mean to accept Jesus Christ as your savior?" To have a vague feeling that there is a supreme being does not please or honor God. You must believe on God as He has revealed Himself in the Bible and in His Son, Jesus Christ. "God wants you to have faith in the one he sent" (J…
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Like Christianity it depends on your belief.Try this websitehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/True_Cross#Conservation_of_the_relics Then again, without modern preservation, it is extremely unlikely any kind of wood from 2000 years ago can still exist.
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Answer 1 Jesus never claimed himself as son of God. Bible is corrupted centries ago. Quran never corrupted. First ask- is Bible corrupted? is Quran word of God? When you find out which one is uncorrupted then come to this question. (a) "Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying Eli, Eli, lama sabac…
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FROM ONE OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES JW's are attacked in many ways earthwide. Sometimes the attacks are simply verbal, as they usually are in the U.S. In some places, however, JW's meetings are interrupted by mobs where men, women, young and old alike, are beaten, such as the recent cases in countries s…
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Any such evidence that exists is hearsay and taken from religious sources. There is no historical, provable evidence.
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Josephus the Jewish historian mentioned his miracles as 'wondrous works' and Tacitus the Roman. Pliny also mentioned a new 'sect' called the 'Christians' that had formed. Roman catacombs, tunnels used to bury the dead, are full of Christian symbols, pictures and depictions of the resurrection engrav…
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The {so called} suicide that you ask about, is an act of love. And in my understanding it was not a suicide, it was a {SACRIFICE} of Gods love for us. In the Bible God tells us how much He LOVES us by giving His Son Jesus Christ who is without sin, to die for our sin's. You can fine this in the book…
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The first Messianic [Having to do with the Messiah] prophecy is recorded at Genesis 3:15. The moment Jehovah uttered that prophecy, however, the ransom price was as good as paid from his viewpoint, for nothing can prevent God from fulfilling what he purposes. So on the basis of the future sacrifice …
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Curiously enough, the Bible doesn't mention the precise age. Luke's gospel says that Jesus was baptized at the age of 30, and various historical documents indicate that He was crucified about 3 years later, giving the traditionally known age of 33. To calculate the age of Jesus when He died we fir…
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Answer Jesus was not only God's begotten son according to the whole bible OT & NT.. God has only one son (Jesus). He that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. -- John 3:18 God sent his only begotten son into the world…
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It was not made of the dogwood, since no dogwood has ever been reported to have grown in the Middle East. Likely it was made of cedar or cypress, both of which are indigenous to that area. The myth of the dogwood was originated in Europe or even perhaps the early days of the United States. There is …
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3rd June 2009 The Solemnity (i.e. major feast) of Corpus Christi is now called the Body and Blood of Christ. It is celebrated either on the Thursday or the Sunday following Trinity Sunday. It commemorates the presence of Christ in the Eucharist. The Solemnity of Christ the King is the last Sunday …
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Answer Simon bar-Jonah, who was also called Peter, was one of the first disciples Jesus called to follow Him (Matt. 4:18). Simon had a younger brother Andrew. There was another disciple named Simon, but he was refered to as the zealot (Matt. 10:4). Simon-Peter was a part of Jesus' inner cir…
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Answer Some people have missed the real message. Too many religions focus on Jesus's death (by having the cross on their church) rather than his life, parables, lessons, and Resurrection. Answer To remind us that God loved us enough to send his only Son who was willing to suffer and di…
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Christianity was founded in Israel, where the teachings of Jesus Christ began. Because of prosecution, the church dispersed into Greece, Syria, Asia Minor and all sorts of other places. Christ's church was founded in Jerusalem. The account is found in Acts 2.Christianity was found in Israel. In I…
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Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of the law. He is the only one who lived a sinless life. He is God in the flesh, not just a human. The Bible clearly states this.John 1:1 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:14 "And the Word became flesh, and dwelt …
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Peter was a business man. When you look at his decision to follow Jesus, you see that he had more than one boat. He was the equivalent of today's small chain owner. He employed men and oversaw the day to day operations of his business. Fishing was/is an honorable profession. We also are told that h…
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Matthew was a tax collector who left his job to follow Jesus. The twelve apostles were from laboring classes with the exception of Matthew. Matthias was selected to replace Judas Iscariot who betrayed Jesus. Peter was a fisherman. When Jesus called on him He told him to follow him and leave the…
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Answer The disciples were the apostles. It's an almost interchangeable term. Apostles vs. Disciples Jesus had numerous disciples. At one point he sent at least 72 disciples, or followers, out to spread his teaching. The apostles were the "big 12," plus Paul, who were the closest to J…
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Answer The rumor is false and no disciple was left out. Studies have shown that the individual whom people claim to be Mary Magdalene is, in fact, the apostle John. Answer I agree that it is probably not Mary Magdalene in the painting, however theoretically since it is John who is claim…
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According to Jehovah's Witnesses, Jesus is a divine being -- a God-like one. Jehovah's Witnesses deny Jesus "divinity" in that the churches of Christendom teach that Jesus was part man and part God while on earth, and that Jesus himself was divine because, he is part of the Godhead, a Trinity. God…
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Jewish opinion: Neither Jesus or Mohammad is mentioned in any Hebrew scriptures, including Deuteronomy. Any links to these two men are interpretation. Jewish interpretation would never link any verse to these two men. Christian opinion: I cannot refute your answer by myself but will show you w…
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Jesus will come back again. But in the Bible, Acts 1:7 says, "He said to them, 'It is not for you to know times or epochs which the Father has fixed by His own authority;'" It's in God's time, not yours or mine or anyone else's. Jesus need not come down again to sacrifice Himself again; His one sac…
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My answer to this question is simple:Jesus was sent by God, The Father, as a sacrifice, so that man could have eternal life. Jesus is the connection between mankind and God, The Father. Through Jesus mankind can have a relationship with God, The Father. In this part of the Bible, Jesus was speaking …
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According to the Bible, Jesus and God are the same person. Jesus claims over and over again to be "I AM", which is how God referred to himself. In the beginning of John, Jesus is referred to as the WORD. "In the beginning was the WORD(Jesus), and the WORD was with God, and the WORD(Jesus) was God." …
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Various answers from people of different faiths: The answer to that question is a matter of faith, and while you will find the expression of many varying beliefs, you are not going to find a definitive answer to that question in this forum nor, perhaps, anywhere. Suffice it to say that some religio…
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Of course he was crucified. All four Gospels tell us so in graphic detail, especially that account of John as he was an eye-witness - the only disciple who did not desert Jesus. How can we be sure? The Jewish authorities were not allowed under Roman occupation to put a man to death - this had to go …
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Answer Acts 11:26 says that the disciples were first called "Christians" -- or "like Christ" -- at Antioch. See also Acts 26:28 & I. Pet. 4:16. Nowhere It was Paul's Gentile followers that were mentioned in Acts 11:26... Paul invented Christianity. Jesus was Jewish; Matthew 5:1…
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Yes, there is good evidence that he was what is known as a "Hebrew Mystic". Although he was a rabbi, his teachings put him in the fringe of Jewish teachings. But recognize that above all, he was Jewish and that he would have never done or said anything to deny his heritage or beliefs. The writings …
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As far as I can tell, there are not any real similarities between Robin Hood and Jesus Christ.First of all, Jesus Christ DID exist. Some parts of the bible (alot of it) are so called "accounts" of his preachings and ect. Those cannot be assured as the Bible is a BOOK, first and foremost, that was wr…
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Artist Gab Max painted an image of Jesus Christ, titled 'Veronica's Veil,' in 1874. A private collector in Europe purchased the original painting for around 25,000 dollars.
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Bible scholars of many religions recognise that Jesus was not born on December 25, not just Jehovah's Witnesses. The fact is, the Bible does not tell us when he was born.Commenting on this, McClintock and Strong's Cyclopedia says: 'The observance of Christmas is not of divine appointment, nor is it …
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Answer It shouldn't be done (Isaiah 8:19). No-one can contact the dead, if a person tries or says that they can contact the dead then they are practicing what is known as Witchcraft. Only God can give permission for the dead to contact the living, and then only to pass on some message, or to fu…
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poor The poor because you don't have to have a building for church. You could have church anywhere. Answer What the poor need first is Jesus. Some large churches are large simply to minister to the number of people who need Jesus. These churches aren't built to attract people; they attract pe…
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Answer 1 - Christian PerspectiveHe was threatening their power. The excuse that they used to legalize his death on the cross was he had blasphemed by saying he was the son of God.Answer 2 - Christian PerspectiveA good question. Actually, it was the Pharisees and the Sadducees that wanted Jesus to di…
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There doesn't seem to be a consensus with prices on eBay ranging from $9 to $95,000. Some people are convinced prints of this painting are worth around $15,000 but Wilcoxhallappraisers had this to say: "this picture is also known as "St. Veronica's Handkerchief". The original was painted by Gabriel …
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Jesus said He absolutely was God and He kept saying it, though God's word says He didn't consider equality with God something to be grasped so He was very humble and modest about it bc he made Himself into a servant, but He didn't deny that He was but spoke that truth. Stick to God's word, the simpl…
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Answer john was a baptist peter was a carpenter, and the rest i am unsure
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Jesus was born on or before 4 BCE, because Herod died 4BCE. Jesus was born on or after 6 CE, because Cyrenius became governor of Syria on 6CE:- Luke2:2 And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria. 2:3 And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city. 2:4 And Joseph als…
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Perhaps the disciples didn't have beards!People normally suggest that the 12 disciples were men in their 20's and 30's. We've grown up with images of the disciples standing round with beards. I would like to venture another answer that I've been puzzling, maybe someone can help me. I believe that wh…
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Turned water into wine John 2:1 Many healings Matt. 4:23, Mark 1:32 Healed a leper Matt. 8:1, Mark 1:40, Luke 5:12 Healed a Roman Centurion's servant Matt. 8:5, Luke 7:1 Healed Peter's mother in law Matt. 8:14, Mark 1:29, Luke 4:38 Calming of the storm at sea Matt. 8:23, Mark 4:35, Luke 8:22 H…
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Jesus was born in Bethlehem, but lived in Nazareth. During his 3 years of ministry, His home was often considered to be around the area of Galilee. Matt.4[13] And leaving Nazareth, he came and DWELT in Capernaum, which is upon the sea coast, in the borders of Zabulon and Nephthalim:
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From what the Bible tells us there is nothing to suggest that Jesus was married. Many times all kinds of allegations and innuendo are suggested to smear Jesus' name but never any facts. On one occasion a woman anointed His feet and wiped them with her hair - in public. A group of women were part of…
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Although the Bible really doesn't provide much information about His pre-ministry life, outside of His first few years and an incident at the age of 12, traditionally a Jewish son would take on the occupation of his father. Therefore He was quite likely a carpenter.   Jesus was to spread the …
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Ok well no you can't still be a christian it is against the ten commandments.  True ChristiansIf a person is a true Christian, they not only believe in Jesus Christ they put a HUGE importance to him and follow his ways. Whether they see him as the son of God or an extrememly important prophit.…
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Our Lord Is Descended from Kind David. The reason is, God Promised that the Messiah would be Descended from David.
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Christians believe that Jesus:walked on water.   made insane people sanemade a multitude of fish appear in Simon Peter's fishing netcaused a fig tree to witherreplaced the ear that Peter cut off the man that came to take Jesus to be crucified changed water into wine raised people from the dea…
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Jesus died using the popular method of crucifixion. He ultimately died on the cross because his lungs filled with fluid from hanging so long.      Another answerHe was crucified on the cross, which was made of a tree. Then Joseph of Arimathea went to Pilot and asked for Jesus' body…
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Answer Christians believe he is the son of God. Jesus' mother was Mary, a virgin. The Angels came down to her, and told her she was going to have a son named Jesus and that he would be the son of God. God sent Jesus to preach and deliver God's word so that people may have faith all over the world. J…
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Trinity troublesI think first that would depend on your religion. But if you're having trouble believing that Jesus is the actual son of God, think of it this way: The belief of the Trinity is that God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are all one in the same, this seems hard to understand, but its just t…
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No one knows for sure. But if Jesus was 33 years old when he was executed, then maybe we can infer if we know when he was born according to Bible narration. Herod died 4 BCE, so Jesus must have been born on or before 4 BCE. and Luke 2:2-5 says Jesus was born during the time of Cyrenius (Quirinius) w…
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AnswerWhen Constantine attempted to unite Europe he created a "universal church" and used religion to unite Europe. Prior to Constantine's effort, Nordic religions celebrated the trip of the Sun back north. The evergreen tree was revered because it was able to keep it's needles through the winter. S…
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Answer Probably most Americans believe that there was a man named Jesus that lived some 2000 years ago (historical oral accounts of the times being somewhat undependable). Whether or not, and to what degree, most Americans believe that he was special depends on the individual's particular rel…
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Romans killed Jesus with crucification, not Jews. Jews would stone people to death. Jesus had a criminal trial before being put to death where he was charged with the following crimes... "And they began to accuse him, saying, "We have found this man subverting our nation. He opposes payment of taxe…
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The concept is that God is the beginning and the end. He created all things and nothing existed before him. "The Son, the Father, and the Holy Ghost" Brings all three together as say the Holy Ghost and all things existing are one. Trinitarian answer: The doctrine of the Trinity -- that God the Fathe…
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Some say that he must have been born during the warmer months, because Luke's Gospel says that poor shepherds were watching their flocks in open fields. However, shepherds were a common motif in ancient stories of divine birth, being also present in the birth narrative of the gods Mithras and Osiris…
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Jesus is our saviour and Jesus is our father Jesus love us that's why he go to the cross of Calvary to save us to take away our sins because we are sinners Jesus want us to save Jesus doesn't want us to go to the lake of fire because Jesus love us very much Jesus is our father and Saviour.. to mak…
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people dont curse in other "god's" names because they always want to blame everything on jesus because there is power in his name and he is rthe one true living god and no the other ones like budda and all of that
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The death of Jesus Christ took place in the spring, on the Passover Day, Nisan (or Abib) 14, according to the Jewish calendar. (Matthew 26:2) YOU know that two days from now the passover occurs, and the Son of man is to be delivered up to be impaled. That year the Passover occurred on the sixth da…
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Biblical tradition tells us that Christianity was founded by the crucifixion of Jesus in Jerusalem, variouly believed to have occurred either in the year 30 or 33 CE. However, some scholars note evidence of Christian worship independent of the death of Jesus in Palestine, and perhaps even earlier.…
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The answers here have been reconstructed from the original contributors, and edited for spelling and content. This answer may be added to, but must remain as is otherwise. The portions of the Bible that contain the account of Jesus death were originally written in Greek. To understand what the instr…
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Answer The one and only 'argument' that is beyond debate.... the First Amendment of the US Constitution, "Rights of The People". Answer Of course the above poster is correct, but families can be much more complicated than that. Your religious or political beliefs are your private opinions …
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Answer (Note: See the Web Links to Answers.com and Wikipedia pages for Nazareth for some background information on this debate, as well as background information on the town of Nazareth itself) One thing I noticed when reading about the question of Nazareth's existence during the time of Jesus, …
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