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What are your beliefs about Jesus and do those beliefs correspond or contradict

  1. bstiltner77 profile image72
    bstiltner77posted 8 years ago

    What are your beliefs about Jesus and do those beliefs correspond or contradict what the Bible teach

    The Jesus of the Bible is strikingly different than the Jesus of popular opinion. It is horribly unpopular to make such a claim; however, I find it of great importance that we think rightly about Jesus. I propose that what one believes about Jesus will ultimately have eternal consequences; therefore, we may want to weigh heavier of the side of objective truth rather than subjective opinion.

  2. Born Again 05 profile image80
    Born Again 05posted 8 years ago

    Jesus is God the Son, God in the flesh who died on Calvary for my sins, your sins and the sins of every person that ever lived; past, present and future.  I believe in the Jesus of the Bible (God's Holy Word).  Salvation is through repentance and faith in Him alone.

  3. HOOWANTSTONO profile image59
    HOOWANTSTONOposted 8 years ago

    There is only One Jesus Christ and you can only believe in what he did, because he did it once for all and all time. Died on the cross and shed his blood, also rose from the dead and lives for ever. No other person did this.

    Re:1:18: I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death.

    There is the answer to all religions

  4. kess profile image61
    kessposted 8 years ago

    Jesus is the Spirit of truth emanating from the heart.

    In the present men seek to find Jesus in the bible. But looking for a man within written records is looking for a dead person.

    But The Spirit of truth (Jesus) is still alive and lives within every one who seeks him out.

    Who does not know the Spirit of truth does not know Jesus. And their faith is vain.

  5. GreatContent profile image59
    GreatContentposted 8 years ago

    The Jesus of the bible was a Torah-observant Judean who taught His followers to keep the Torah. Sadly, the Jesus of popular opinion, is a Gentile Messah who was not Torah-observant, rather, taught others to simply live the way they deem right.

  6. M Cassian profile image56
    M Cassianposted 8 years ago

    Jesus taught the Torah through parables and gave divine insight into the Law. Everything that He taught did in no way contradict the Torah. Jesus Christ taught on God's grace for all who proclaim Jesus as Lord. Any errancy found in or out of the Word is by fault of man only!

    I believe in the objective truth about Christ. A person who has contradictory OPINIONS to the Word has not bathed him- or herself in the whole truth and is in error. We must know the truth, and the truth will set us free. And only the Holy Spirit can reveal such truth and give conviction to us in His own time and in His own way. Also, we must confirm EVERYTHING by His Word, and not by any other measure!

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    ShadowKing!posted 7 years ago

    Until this debate is preceded by a thorough examination of the Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible, no general consensus of agreement about Jesus' Supreme divinity or mediocre divinity will be reached. I can prove any alleged bible contradiction to not be be one (by using H & G texts) & turn any alleged truth into a supposed contradiction (by using English translations). My point with this is, God didn't commission His prophets & apostles to write His words in any other languages but Hebrew & Greek. Thus all the Jesus-debates stem from English translation interpretations. Trying arguing His Godhood in Hebrew or Greek and the opposers will come out looking idiotic.

  8. Lt. Daniel profile image55
    Lt. Danielposted 7 years ago

    Jesus died for my sins (Past, Present, Future).
    Not just mine but every ones (ALL People).
    He is my Lord, Savior, King.
    If he were to come to earth today he would not
    be found in the churches, charitys, and organizations.
    He would be found in the streets, allys, and hanging
    out with those that the self proclaimed Good People
    would despise.

 
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