I would have to take Batman. There just is no denying the caped crusader!
Well Jesus can take a beating and keep on going. Batman on the other hand could get impaled and that would be it. Lucky for Batman, Jesus wouldn't lift a finger so....
It would have to be draw. A stalemate.
Jesus wouldn't fight Batman.
Batman has a chronic psychotic belief that he's "Batman"
Jesus would heal "Batman" of this disorder and you would find Bruce Wayne sitting at the feet of Jesus in his right mind thanking Jesus for healing him.
well first of all, you have to consider the fact that jesus was proven to be a real person, believe it or not. However, if he's truly the messiah described in biblical texts is a different story, as that's up to your own interpretation. As for batman, he's not even freaking real to begin with.
However, if we're going off the assumption that batman is a real person and happens to somehow miraculously meet jesus. this would depend again on what you think jesus is. If he's just another man, then obviously batman would kill him. If jesus is the son of god and has the powers described in biblical texts, then batman wouldn't stand a chance since he has no powers. anyway, that's my take on it as it depends on what you choose to believe. although i know that's not a direct answer, but i'd rather not say who i would pick to win, as i know how uber sensitive you people are when it comes to religious views. therefore, this response will just have to suffice.
I'm not so sure that batman would want to fight jesus... well, I suppose that the dark knight would.
Apart from Vietnam, Korea, the first five wars against the British before bringing in the Spanish and French, and arguably all three of the Seminole wars not to mention the current war in Afghanistan, where there will never be a 'winner' as the objective isn't clear and they are effectively fighting for a democracy which is simply run by another faction of the taliban.... Unless.... you are talking about the movies? Yes, they always win in the movies...
"the first five wars against the British"
What 5 wars were those?
Sorry, I meant the first five attempts to force the British out of the states... before the Spanish declared war on the British in 1779, I guess that this can be considered a collective 'war', although it could be argued that a new war had started at that point. I suppose that you lot were the eventual 'winners' so you could write that history however you wish, although the only real losers were Native Americans of course.... since they supported British plans for an Indian nation and are instead still persecuted and oppressed in filty slums as a result. Perhaps it could still be time for you to form that Indian nation? I believe it stretched from Ohio to Wisconsin, maybe they could call it 'America'?
In my History classes we were taught that the British had the best Army in the world, so I guess it might take a little while and some help to remove their presence from America!
Of course, we did win the war and the history was written by us. The British could have actually been scrubs, I don't know.
I'm sure that we did have the best army in the world, but it was fought on your soil, there are certain logistical problems. I mean, in those days they didn't even understand that eating vegetables stopped everybody from getting scurvy on the boats It could all have been avoided of course, if we had afforded those based in America the same rights as those based in the UK... instead we just stole the natural resources. The result of losing was our attentions being turned to India of course, which we colonised next... then dozens of French Islands.... New Zealand... I guess that we are just walking over countries together now, Afghanistan and Iraq are just another form of colonisation of course.
Stop drinking! we are talking about Batman and Jesus. Not the revolutionary war!
considering a middle easterner born approx 2043 years ago was probably around 5'4" - I dont imagine it would be much of a contest.
Well Batman is 6" 2", that certainly does give him a big reach advantage!
perhaps if the middle easterner were given a cape?
Welcome back Irish! Not seen you around in a while.
Have to go with batman on this one!
also "turn the other cheek" isnt really a strong martial concept. But, on the other hand, he isnt likely to stay down.
Eventually, batman will get tired.
Is it one on one or does Big J get to bring his followers into the mix?
If the fight is held in the middle of a lake, the edge goes to J-dog.
hello - thisisoli - I have been busy - I have published 4 chapters of my auto -bio on my hubs and 3 chapters of my book on the IRA - so little time to get chatting ryankett - I can only go by the movies and the Americans always win - I just cant see a lightweight guy in sandles beating Batman
I assume that Batman would have to travel to the Holy land as a dark skinned guy in robes and sandles - and sporting a beard and bible would not get through airport security - surely he would be on Home Land Security 'to watch list'
Huh. Excuse me? Superman would win cuz Superman is better than Batman!
Rafini we are talking about batman. We will talk about superman later.
I reckon Jesus would nail it ! Batman fights like a girl.
Jesus would refuse to fight, so batman, would shake hands and walk away, almost converted
I'm thinking it would be Jesus hands down, however, it's not likely he would even fight, since peace and love were his thing,
but any guy who can walk on water, turn water into wine, and feed a gazillion people with a few loaves of bread and some fish, has got to be able to send batman to another planet.
But Jesus is just flesh. Susceptible to all Batmans gadgets and weapons.
Man, I bet Dana White would love to get his hands on that card!
Short run? Batman. Jesus doesn't believe in fighting. He'd run out of cheeks pretty quick.
Long run? Jesus. Batman will eventually die, and probably won't have the mojo to come back from the dead.
Nothing says victory like outliving your enemies.
Why would Jesus have anything against Batman? Batman does a great job!
Are we saying that they are both fictional characters?
Well the bible has sold better than the batman comic books though we must concede that the bible has had a longer run. Also the bible has been translated into more languages. What's more you will find more images of Jesus around than you will find of The Batman. So there you have it.
Absolutely Batman. They always say evil beats good right? I figure though, Batman is an evil looking good guy - so that's invincible!
I guess it's safe to employ condemation regarding Christian Religion since if one tried it with other religious group they'd be receiving death threats.
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