Was Jesus a prophet are a good man or God's son? If just a prophet are a good man, then The Bible is wrong, If all three then the Bible is right.
Depends entirely on which book you believe, Bible or Koran....
you are forgetting, Neither Muhammad, or Jesus wrote anything down at all, and both were started 50 to 500 years after the fact....they are "both" versions of the story that happened, and each with its own claim to merits. Each also about equal in advertising hype. In honest truth, from real research, each is not proven, and "both" are much less in real documentation, and when you actually study them in full view and clear un-emotional light ( which I wish you would do instead of just post aim-less) you will see they hold about the same in true value to humanity..
Sincerely, if you honestly look at the world, prople and countries- populations of folks find moral life and get along fine without the books also. The problems come when people make claims as to absolute right or wrong, like you have here. Please think more clearly before you claim.
because your claims are un-studied and un-proven. Sorry..
also if you insist on writing this way, know that your question also does nothing, but to become a means for more argument and division between humans. It takes us farther appart instead of bringing us closer togeather.
The world needs more mental health and healing, not this kind of foolishness????? study and think before you write please.
unto us a son is born, His name shall be called Emanuel( God with us)
The Holy Ghost over showed Mary, and she was with child, so the Holy Ghost is the Father,
just before Jesus left, he told the Deciples that he would pray the Father and He will send them another Comforter, two verses down He told them He would not leave them comfortless He would come unto them, so Jesus is the Holy Ghost.
Isa. 9:6 says unto us a son is given and His name shall be called the Everlasting Father,The Mighty God.
Jesus is the Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
God is the manifestation of the Holy Ghost and the Son
Jesus (if in fact existed) historically was a follower of the preaching of John the baptist. What is written about him in the Bible can only be taken with a grain of salt because his biographers never met him! Nothing was written about him till at least 40 after his death.
You seem to love rehashing tired old subjects.
He was a conscious man. An above average thinking human being. Nothing more, nothing less.
Certainly Jesus was a good man, and I would love to have been able to talk with him. Imagine the conversation.
I believe Jesus is a prophet, a good man and a son of God. So, in your terms, I believe bible.
But if I ponder from the point of view of Hinduism, every one of us is indeed the son of God. Hinduism goes a step further to state that every one of us indeed is none other than God. The only difference is that we are not aware of it. Those who become aware of it know that they are indeed the sons of God and also know "me and my father are one".
As a Hindu I accept Jesus as the son of God. As a Hindu I only dispute the claims of a vast majority of Christians that Jesus is the only son of God and the only savior to mankind.
For, the Hindu religion has given birth to innumerable Jesuses that most other religions do not know of nor willing to believe.
Again, making it up as they go along. Ask any Rabbi, Jesus doctrine was not unique it was pure Pharisee. There was nothing especial about him. he may have been one of those who attempted to forment a revolt against Roman rule but he was only one of many from the time. The Jesus of the New Testament is probably an amalgamation of a number of those rebels.
Crucifiction was the Roman execution for insurrectionists, other criminals were dealt with in different ways. The sign above the cross, the famous IRNI, if it was put there at all, would be a declaration of his crime, that of declaring himself a king without Roman consent.
Or, it could stand for "I'm Nailed Right In"
by Charlie4 years ago
I know that the holy trinity are all meant to be the same and one being. God is the father and the son and the holy spirit. But, taking into account, this was decided by a group of men hundreds of years after Jesus,...
by Irfan5 years ago
I'm interested to know more about the Holy Ghost ... I have nothing against the Holy Ghost but once i know more i may have extra questions... please try to reply with quality not quantity.thanks.
by Ahmad Usman2 years ago
===> Saint Barnabas & the Bible:Among the disciples of Jesus, Barnabas was a dynamic evangelist. He was a Jew from the tribe of Levite and was one of the earliest Christian disciples and convert to Christianity...
by Julie Grimes5 years ago
Has these titles, which are often used to describe Christ's relationship with God, been taken out of context? Or do you honestly believe that Jesus Christ is God's son? I wonder, can a person still be a...
by hinazille4 weeks ago
...when Jesus clearly said 'My Father is Greater than I' in John 14:28?Nothing can be greater than God, so by Jesus' own words, we can deduce that Jesus did not profess to be God, because he professes that there is a...
by Arjumand016 years ago
WHERE DO THE CHRISTIANS GET TRINITY FROM?The bulk of Christendom believes that God is one but triune, an existence of three in one. They believe that the trinity comprises of the father, son and the holy...
Copyright © 2016 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.