You are telling me that Jesus did more in the three years before his execution than Elijah did in almost a millenium? Elijah broke the laws of physics on a weekly basis...he could do whatever he wanted and none could stand against him.<quoted text>
Jesus did more miracles than all the Prophets combined.
Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written.
Sorry to disappoint but you need look no further than your own book.
Jesus was a retelling of Joseph.
I will provide scripture upon request but here are the obvious plagiarisms.
Joseph: Miracle birth
Jesus: Miracle birth
Joseph: Loved by his Father
Jesus: Loved by his father
Joseph: set apart from humanity
Jesus: set apart from humanity
Joseph: Announced he was to rule
Jesus: Announced he was to rule
Joseph: Sent by his father to his bretheran
Jesus: Sent by his father to his bretheran
Joseph: Mocked and hated by his bretheran (without cause)
Jesus: Mocked and hated by his bretheran (without cause)
Joseph: Obeyed his father
Jesus: Obeyed his father
Joseph: Bretheran refused to receive him
Jesus: Bretheran refused to receive him
Joseph: plot to kill him
Jesus: plot to kill him
Joseph: counsel to kill him
Jesus: counsel to kill him
Joseph: Had his coat taken
Jesus: Had his coat taken
Joseph: Delivered to authorities by his own (unjustly accused)
Jesus: Delivered to authorities by his own (unjustly accused)
Joseph: Brother sold him for 20 pieces of silver.
Jesus: Bretheran sold him for 30 pieces of silver
Joseph: put in the pit
Joseph: Raised from the pit
Jesus: Raised from the dead
Joseph: was a blessing to others
Jesus: was a blessing to others
Joseph: Became a servant
Jesus: Became a servant
Joseph: Potiphar knew he was innocent but punished to keep up appearances to the pharoh
Jesus: Pilate found him innocent but punished him to keep up appearances to Ceasar.
Joseph: found favor in his jailer
Jesus: found favor in a roman centurion
Joseph: Blessing to the butler. Judgement to the baker.
Jesus: Crucified between two thieves one blessed...one judged.
Joseph: tempted by the world, the flesh, and the
devil, and he resisted.
Jesus: tempted by the world, the flesh, and the
devil, and he resisted.
Joseph: 30 years old when he stood before the pharaoh
Jesus: 30 years old before he began his ministry
Joseph: Emerged from prison to the right hand of the pharaoh
Jesus: Emerged from death to the right hand of the father
Joseph: received a gentile bride
Jesus: received a predominately gentile bride (the church)
Joseph: provider of bread
Jesus: provider of bread
Joseph: revealed to his bretheran
Jesus: revealed to his bretheran
Joseph: savior to the world
Jesus: savior to the world
ARE YOU SEEING A PATTERN EMERGE HERE?
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