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  • In the time Yeah.

    Back during the time period dubbed "The British Revolution" When bands like The Beatles, The who, and so on, were very popular, they were in fact bigger then Jesus. More people went to their concerts per week then anyone who went to church. Plus, more then just Christians went to beatles concerts, so you had multiple religions go to a beatles concert which easily increases the amount of people, Since the only religious group that worships Jesus are Christians. So back when so when John Lennon jokingly said "We're more popular than Jesus now" He wasn't really wrong.

  • The Beatles were bigger than Jesus

    I think the Beatles were bigger than Jesus, they had more fans and there were many people who Weren't Christian and liked the Beatles, furthermore the Beatles sold more albums than him and while many people go to church every Sunday many of them listened to the Beatles even more often than that

  • ha nerd lol

    Many (not most people TODAY) like the Beatles yet they do not worship them because of music (and if they do… they must be extremely stupid and stalkers during their concerts). Jesus is much of a bigger influence not only in religion yet in politics, social life, philosophy, etc. I'll give an example just in case some idiot says the Beatles were religious figures… Jesus was a role model that affected and furthered morality (he advocated nonviolence and his ideas are reinterpreted to the current day's Golden Rule). His parables provide philosophical universal truths that are still used today such as The Good Samaritan, The House of Sand vs the House of Stones,… He even speaks wisely (and not in a conning way like a tax collector) yet in an enlightening way. For example, someone asks should a Pharisee asked Jesus "should I pay this coin for Julius Caesar or to God" (Caesar was the ruler of the contemporary era). Jesus wisely responded, "Look at the coin (engraved with picture of Caesar). Pay to Caesar what is Caesar's; Pay to God what is God (good works, diligence, faith…). This is similar to the case of politics (separation of Church and state). Back to the Beatles, they provided some groundwork to advance the musical styles yet they were only a temporary influence yet Jesus has engraved his influence in history and to this current day. Despite all atheistic attacks, religious people and even hypocritical atheists both unconsciously or consciously follow Jesus' teachings because they were marked in public (private) schools' education or even family education for centuries.

  • No, they weren't

    No, I would have to strongly disagree that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus and I think it is ludicrous to even assert that they were. To say that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus is disrespectful to Christianity and is a most certainly blasphemy. People need to be respectful of religion with this question.

  • Is this a joke?

    Honestly Jesus has 2 billion followers. Just think how large Christanity and I'm guessing everyone who lives in a civillized area has an idea of who he is, while the Beatles where the biggest thing to happen to music since instruments they can't compare to the legacy that Jesus has created, son of God or not.

  • Here's my argument… someone please refute it if you can…

    Many (not most people TODAY) like the Beatles yet they do not worship them because of music (and if they do… they must be extremely stupid and stalkers during their concerts). Jesus is much of a bigger influence not only in religion yet in politics, social life, philosophy, etc. I'll give an example just in case some idiot says the Beatles were religious figures… Jesus was a role model that affected and furthered morality (he advocated nonviolence and his ideas are reinterpreted to the current day's Golden Rule). His parables provide philosophical universal truths that are still used today such as The Good Samaritan, The House of Sand vs the House of Stones,… He even speaks wisely (and not in a conning way like a tax collector) yet in an enlightening way. For example, someone asks should a Pharisee asked Jesus "should I pay this coin for Julius Caesar or to God" (Caesar was the ruler of the contemporary era). Jesus wisely responded, "Look at the coin (engraved with picture of Caesar). Pay to Caesar what is Caesar's; Pay to God what is God (good works, diligence, faith…). This is similar to the case of politics (separation of Church and state). Back to the Beatles, they provided some groundwork to advance the musical styles yet they were only a temporary influence yet Jesus has engraved his influence in history and to this current day. Despite all atheistic attacks, religious people and even hypocritical atheists both unconsciously or consciously follow Jesus' teachings because they were marked in public (private) schools' education or even family education for centuries.


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