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Jesus Christ was a Greek philosopher

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Ellapennella
22 hours ago, docyabut2 said:

 Jesus was rich he fed his followers

In the Jesus`s  gospels ( he came down from the mountain.) in many different events.

Oh, I'm sorry it was 2 fish not 5. So the feeding of the many thousands and the resurrection are the only miracles recorded in the 4 gospels. I didn't know that. 

Aside from the resurrection, the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 is the only miracle recorded in all four Gospels. Obviously, the Gospel writers considered this a significant miracle. When Christ fed the masses that day, He began with only “five barley loaves and two fish,” borrowed from a boy’s lunch (John 6:9). To feed 5,000 people with five loaves and two fish is indeed miraculous, but the Greek term used in Matthew 14:21 specifies males, and Matthew further emphasizes the point by adding, “Besides women and children.” Many Bible scholars believe the actual number fed that day could have been 15,000—20,000 people.

https://www.gotquestions.org/feeding-the-5000.html

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docyabut2

The only connection would be ISSA  

https://reluctant-messenger.com/issa.htm

Really like about me as a women:)

At this time, an old woman approached the crowd, but was pushed back. Then Issa said, "Reverence Woman, mother of the universe,' in her lies the truth of creation. She is the foundation of all that is good and beautiful. She is the source of life and death. Upon her depends the existence of man, because she is the sustenance of his labors. She gives birth to you in travail, she watches over your growth. Bless her. Honor her. Defend her. Love your wives and honor them, because tomorrow they shall be mothers, and later-progenitors of a whole race. Their love ennobles man, soothes the embittered heart and tames the beast. Wife and mother-they are the adornments of the universe."

"As light divides itself from darkness, so does woman possess the gift to divide in man good intent from the thought of evil. Your best thoughts must belong to woman. Gather from them your moral strength, which you must possess to sustain your near ones. Do not humiliate her, for therein you will humiliate yourselves. And all which you will do to mother, to wife, to widow or to another woman in sorrow-that shall you also do for the Spirit."

 

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docyabut2

that's what Jesus would say:):):

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Minimalists

From what I know about this jesus was not Greek I don't see it...But some one want to explain why the NT was written in Greek?

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MERRY DMAS
7 minutes ago, Alien Origins said:

From what I know about this jesus was not Greek I don't see it...But some one want to explain why the NT was written in Greek?

Greek was the language of the commoners of the Roman Empire. What better way to get Gentiles to know the Lord than writing in the common language?

Isaiah 2:2

"2 In days to come the mountain of the LORD's house shall be established as the highest of the mountains,
and shall be raised above the hills; all the nations shall stream to it."

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Orphalesion
On 2/17/2019 at 2:33 AM, Ellapennella said:

 

 

Neat, while I don't necessarily subrscribe to the Bible, I am a fan of the Mary Magdalene character, especially as it has been constructed over the millennia. So a film centered around her sounds interested.
Though I gotta ask: Is this crappy torture porn like the Passion of the Christ or actually decent like, say, the Last Temptation of Christ? 

Also you'd think by 2018 people would be ready to have Jesus and Mary Magdalene played by Middle Eastern looking actors instead of lily-white Westerners.. :rolleyes:

Heh, just read a critique on IMDB relating to Joaquin Phoenix' portrayal of Jesus in this movie:

 

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  he often felt like a homeless vagabond preaching around with his not less weird followers.

....so exactly like Jesus? Like, that's exactly what Jesus did and how a good chunk of the population saw him if you look in the gospels...

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