• Jesus lived his whole life as a Jew

    Jesus was a Jew who was very influential on the people of his time. However, unlike the Christians who say that Jesus created Christianity, he actually lived all of his life as a Jew. He went to synagogue, observed Jewish tradition, etc. It wasn't for a while until a group of followers named him the Messiah.


  • He was a Jew

    He was a Jew this isn't even a debate. Christianity wasn't formed until after he died. The Bible says he was King of the Jews. He celebrated Jewish holidays, and the Last Supper was him consecrating the bread and wine He and the apostles were eating on Passover. He was th Son of God, so he followed His religion.

  • Why would this be questioned?

    What exactly made you make this poll, I mean, no offense intended, but who said that Jesus wasn't a Jew? Christ followed Judaism, and his followers created Christianity, which is Judaism, but with the teachings of Christ in it. Since the Jews did not believe in Jesus' because of the Roman influence, the disciples recorded their learning from Christ which made Christianity.

  • Was Jesus real?

    There is skepticism to the fact that he was even real and actually lived.
    I posit that if there was a man, who lived during that time, named Jesus, he most certainly was no the Jesus portrayed in the Bible.

    "Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.
    Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.
    Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?
    Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?"

    - Epicurus

  • No he wasn't

    If he was the jews would able to judge and prosecute him according to their laws without the need of the roman Pontius Pilate and the fact that they had to resolve to him proves that Jesus was a foreigner among them. His father is God not Joseph and for this reason Jesus isn't subject to genes.

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UtherPenguin says2015-02-27T21:28:42.230
This question is going to attract heil isnt it