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Resurrection of Jesus: Did Jesus come back from the dead?

  • YES he has!

    He has come back from the dead! Peoples puny brains can't comprehend the truth because they are too caught up in whatever feels right for them. Well they say seeing is believing, but though I have already believe by experience. He has resurrected from the dead, as we will one day join him!

  • Jesus did come back from the dead.

    In Matthew 28 it says"Jesus is not here:for he is risen, as he said. Come see the place where the Lord lay. And go quickly, and tell his desciples that he is risen from the dead; and, behold, he goeth before you into Galilee; there shall ye see him: lo, I have told you.

  • Jesus rose from the dead!

    Several things must be taken into consideration.

    First, why would Jesus have willingly been tortured and crucified had He not been God's Son? Why not preach in an area where you aren't killed in the most painful way imaginable if you just want fame? Also, why did the disciples also willingly suffer similar fates to Jesus if they knew it was a fake? Why did Saul miraculously convert? Also, there are hundreds of prophecies fulfilled by Jesus in the Old Testament. Anyone denying the divinity of Jesus is burying his head in the ground to avoid the evidence.

  • Jesus rose from the dead!

    Several things must be taken into consideration.

    First, why would Jesus have willingly been tortured and crucified had He not been God's Son? Why not preach in an area where you aren't killed in the most painful way imaginable if you just want fame? Also, why did the disciples also willingly suffer similar fates to Jesus if they knew it was a fake? Why did Saul miraculously convert? Also, there are hundreds of prophecies fulfilled by Jesus in the Old Testament. Anyone denying the divinity of Jesus is burying his head in the ground to avoid the evidence.

  • Jesus rose from the dead!

    Several things must be taken into consideration.

    First, why would Jesus have willingly been tortured and crucified had He not been God's Son? Why not preach in an area where you aren't killed in the most painful way imaginable if you just want fame? Also, why did the disciples also willingly suffer similar fates to Jesus if they knew it was a fake? Why did Saul miraculously convert? Also, there are hundreds of prophecies fulfilled by Jesus in the Old Testament. Anyone denying the divinity of Jesus is burying his head in the ground to avoid the evidence.

  • Jesus rose from the dead!

    Several things must be taken into consideration.

    First, why would Jesus have willingly been tortured and crucified had He not been God's Son? Why not preach in an area where you aren't killed in the most painful way imaginable if you just want fame? Also, why did the disciples also willingly suffer similar fates to Jesus if they knew it was a fake? Why did Saul miraculously convert? Also, there are hundreds of prophecies fulfilled by Jesus in the Old Testament. Anyone denying the divinity of Jesus is burying his head in the ground to avoid the evidence.

  • Jesus Did Come Back From The Dead

    Christians believe absolutely that Jesus came back from the dead. Without this belief, the religion would not exist and there are numerous biblical accounts that agree. The four gospels, which were written separately, state that the tomb was found empty even though it was guarded and Jesus was seen by different witnesses, including on the road to Emmaus. There are also independent accounts from Paul and Luke. The cumulative accounts of the resurrection point toward it being true.

  • There is much evidence to suggest that he did

    At the time it was very important to the officials to show that Jesus was not the son of God. His body disappeared from the tomb.

    If the officials had taken it they would have shown it, they wanted people to know he was not God, they would not keep it hidden because it just supported the theory that he rose from the dead.

  • Its never happened again

    It is impossible for Jesus to have risen from the dead, as this has never been observed at any time in humanity. When someone is clinically dead they cannot just get up and start walking around again. The only way this could happened if Jesus was not dead and was in a temporary comatose state. However this comatose theory is not what the bible says, so no Jesus did not come back from the dead.

  • No he did not

    It has been proven SCIENTIFICALLY that it takes at least AT LEAST 48 hours for a Jewish style crucifixion to kill somebody. Jesus was taken off of the cross after only six hours. So he could not possibly have been dead. He was therefore either unconscious or exhausted. Then he was taken off of the cross put in a tomb, where people then broke into the tomb after he regained his conscioussness and saw that he was "alive" (he was never dead)

  • Most of the accounts of Jesus' life were fabricated by some who did not even live in his times. He didn't come back.

    Instead of focusing on the lies of the Church, such as the fabrication of "Christmas" as being the birth date of Jesus of Nazareth, or the ridiculous blaming of the Jews for their disbelief in Jesus teachings, and let us also forget that we know little facts about Jesus of Nazareths actual life before he was even baptized, and let us also forget that St. Paul warped Jesus' teachings so as to attract the predominant Roman Empire and its citizens to the religion, and let us also forget that crucifixion was a punishment applied to only two groups of people: one of those groups being perpetrators of violence- rebels. The list of FACTS that we do KNOW about Jesus of Nazareth goes on and on, all the more to discredit the holy son as being a mere man of amazing leadership qualities. After all, gathering a large following as he did, where previous claimants to the throne of Israel, or claimants of Messiah, had all but utterly failed, must have been quite a feat. If we discredit these facts, then yes, we can say Jesus Christ came back from the dead. But if take a look at reality, we realize that Jesus of Nazareth is still somewhere on this earth, buried away for having disturbed the peace in the Roman Empire, like MANY other rebellious, disgruntled, disillusioned Jews before him.

  • It's highly unlikely

    While I acknowledge I could be wrong about my beliefs, my beliefs don't include thinking miracles happen or there is a divine being over us. So, with that, I have to look at Jesus as a regular person. Regular people can't come back from the dead, so no, this is at best a gross exaggeration of something.

  • No, He Didn't

    Jesus did not come back from the dead. That is a scientific impossibility. If Jesus did in fact come back from the dead, one likely would have recorded such an event in historical chronicles other than the Bible, which probably has a little selection bias when choosing what stories to include.

  • Jesus is a myth

    There is no evidence to support that Jesus ever was resurrected. While it's a compelling story that has been passed on for thousands of years to try and create a sense of morality in the average Christian, there has been absolutely zero scientific basis for his resurrection. Jesus was a man who people admired and did a great many things. Resurrection just wasn't one of them.


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Tiimow says2013-12-13T17:29:00.923
Jesus did not die in the first place. He is alive and Allah took him above. He will come down on the Day of Judgement.