|Reviewed by Dixie Dawn Michelle
|Paul, AKA, Saint Paul, said: "The wages of sin is death". Based on his words, therefore, one would conclude that spiritual
"Resurrection" can only be that of a SINNER.
If one wants to discuss biology based on Faith and beliefs, then, we would have to assume that those that serve Satan, and believe in wrongdoing --Sociopaths/Psychopaths-- have first class tickets to THE HEAVENLY LAND.
The author did find an interesting way to wake up the mass in the ignorant historic-hypnotic trance, and to open the doors to reason. I am very impressed with this Socratic like way of teaching.
Much gratitude to the author "Resurrection of Jesus".
Dixie Dawn Michelle
|Reviewed by Mariann Klimczuk
|I thank you for this write! It makes one evaluate their faith.
|Reviewed by John Domino
|I am a Christian who does not have all the answers.
What I do have is faith.
I like this saying that many preachers use "It is a mystery of faith."
Keep the Faith!
|Reviewed by Chris Wright
I think you have a interesting article. I too am a christian believer and I would have to say that getting caught up in who's right or wrong isn't necessary and causes confusion whereas we should be truly seeking understanding. I would say that resurrection of Jesus is simple. He gave light to a dying world. That is the resurrection and we should do the same. Live each day to the fullest and share our God given light to the world to commenmorate the sacrifice of our Lord. Have a Blessed Day & Keep the Faith Brother!
|Reviewed by William Heffner
|Up from the grave he arose and because I believe I am right behind him. Thanks for the write, it challenges ones faith and prayerfully will find all your readers seeking the truth, the life and the way.
God Bless You and Your Loved Ones
|Reviewed by Henry Miranda
|No two men have the same though, for example when you have more them three witnesses at a traffic accident each one will give there version and no two will be the same. In the bible there is a verse that says study to show yourself approve and another verse that says lean not to your own understanding. Their will always be question that the carnal man cannot answer, but we can always find the answers in the spiritual. That’s why we have the Holy Spirit, who is a teacher, a guide, and a comforter to help us in our walk with our Lord. God Bless Henry|
|Reviewed by Denise Contreras
|Jesus never said he was the father it is humans who say that. I do not concider myself a Christian but I also am not agianst what they believe. Jesus is a child of God like we are Jesus just knew he was a child of God and he knew he has the Spirit within him meaning the Christ is within him as the Christ is within each and everyone of us.
Thanks for this writing not everyone will agree or like this but I sure do it bring depth wish more people share like this.
|Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
|I like Betty have been saved for twenty five years, and I have never questioned. I think sometimes are just debated too much. Many do not believe in what they cannot see...I believe it was the spirit that reserrected Jesus, the same spirit that saves us by grace, the same spirit that cheers us when we are sad, comforts us when we are worried or afraid. I cannot physically see the spirit that I speak of which dwells inside of me...I think it is best described as better felt than told...
|Reviewed by email@example.com Bennett
|I WOULD HAVE TO AGREE WITH PHYLLIS.|
|Reviewed by The CyberRev.com PBranson (Reader)
|Perhaps jesus and Christ are not the same.|
|Reviewed by Phyllis Du'Gas
|This is a very strong article my friend. You ended it best by saying....who is right? who is wrong? Thought provoking.|
|Reviewed by Betty Torain
|Thanks for a well written article. The bible does teach the Resurrection of Jesus' physical body, which was all the grave could hold. I have been saved since I was 10 years old and, there has never been one time that I doubted the Death, Burial and, Resurrection of Jesus. That faith is the foundation of my Salvation.
I'm 73 years old now. Love you, Betty
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|thought provoking article|
|Reviewed by Monette Bebow-Reinhard (Reader)
|It's probably what you believe that's right. I'm with Michael on this one. I think it's a metaphor, as are many things in the Bible. Good luck finding your answers.
|Reviewed by Michael Kersting
|Jesus was a penniless religius Teacher very human, who walked the dusty roads of Judea 2000 years ago preaching the brotherhood of mankind and the kingdom of God.No more no less. all other atrributes bestowed on him: the miracles, raising of the dead, the "resurrection", etc, were all fabrications of the Early Church. He most likely travelled to other lands to preach The "Word"for he had rich friends, among them his diciple(Joseph of Arimethea). He probably was even married and most likely, died a natural death. .Most likely, he was a radical preacher, who offended the Pharisees with his new teachings ,was framed by the them and they had him put to death charging him with heresy. Of course, that's my view|