So Jesus was perfection?

I don’t usually poke my nose into religious debate but Abrianna’s sig raised this question.

No he wasn’t. There was nothing perfect about those sandals. Definitely didn’t have very nice hair.

Have you seen him to know he had bad hair Daniel? I believe is was.

I watch movies, I know what Jesus “looks like”.

He turned water into wine. Not lager?

Kinda sucks…

I don’t like wine. Yeah, he’s definitely not perfect. :wink: Haha.

He was only human, after all.

He married a prostitute… :dunno

I’m thinking a virgin like his mother would have made his father proud.

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He lived a sinless life.

[quote=“Springsteen, post: 1094010”]He turned water into wine. Not lager?

Kinda sucks…[/quote]

He shared five barley loaves and two fish for thousands of people.

I could do that.

They’d still be hungry, but I could do that.

You have to have faith in that. There are large gaps in the writings about the life of Christ;)

I think the idea that he doubted the will of his own father, by Old Test. terms was sinful, not to mention probably the wisest idea he had.

[quote=“BadBoy@TheWheel, post: 1094018”]You have to have faith in that. There are large gaps in the writings about the life of Christ;)

I think the idea that he doubted the will of his own father, by Old Test. terms was sinful, not to mention probably the wisest idea he had.[/quote]

IIRC Jesus tried to join a rock band in his teens. When he was cut, he was forced to work at a car wash until that “I’m the Messiah” gig plopped back into his lap around age 30.

[quote=“BadBoy@TheWheel, post: 1094018”]You have to have faith in that. There are large gaps in the writings about the life of Christ;)

I think the idea that he doubted the will of his own father, by Old Test. terms was sinful, not to mention probably the wisest idea he had.[/quote]

I don’t believe if you doubt something, it makes you sin. Or maybe in some cases you will sin.

Jesus was a failed Black Metal musician.

According to the book…It doesn’t matter what YOU think;)

Have you read the Old Testament?

If you have, what was so wrong with it, aside from the torching villages, torturing people who claimed God and raining molten sulfur, that Jesus said

“I am not here to destroy the Old Testament, rather to perfect it”

I mean by anyones standards, ANYONE…A smug youngster barely in his twneties telling the creator of everything that his book has issues is arrogant.

Thoughts?

[quote=“BadBoy@TheWheel, post: 1094022”]According to the book…It doesn’t matter what YOU think;)

Have you read the Old Testament?

If you have, what was so wrong with it, aside from the torching villages, torturing people who claimed God and raining molten sulfur, that Jesus said

“I am not here to destroy the Old Testament, rather to perfect it”

I mean by anyones standards, ANYONE…A smug youngster barely in his twneties telling the creator of everything that his book has issues is arrogant.

Thoughts?[/quote]

I don’t understand what you are saying Badboy. As for the OT, i have never cover all of it, but i have read where some of the activities had taken place.

What I said had to do with what you had posted. I am not an atheist, HOWEVER what I find interesting is when you point out gaps, loopholes or flat out un-proveables in the book used to support the most powerful business on the planet, you make the very same people who thump it, fall over themselves.

Bottom line is this:

I have a post graduate degree in a particular science, if on the course of my studies, I got to the middle of the textbook and five pages were blank…Would I dis-credit the entire book?

Nope…But I sure would be suspicious of who wrote it, how valid the material was that wasn’t blanked out…And what th epublisher was trying to hide…Even if I thought the rest of the book was good stuff.

But not a Christian…They will look you square in the eye and swear those pages are either noe actually blank…Or because God meant it that way…

Baffling…Admit you don’t have an answer to everything, because your text book has a few blank pages, and carry on:D

BB, StanJon has a modern religious viewpoint. i.e. a belief structure tailored to his own accommodation. To be used to rationalize the good and bad things in his life.