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Debate Continues Over Jesus Christa s Resurrection

There are 64 comments on the findingDulcinea story from Apr 11, 2009, titled Debate Continues Over Jesus Christa s Resurrection. In it, findingDulcinea reports that:

As Christians prepare to celebrate one of the religion's most important holidays, debate persists over evidence of Jesus Christ's resurrection.

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imam khan

Sharja, UAE

#1 Apr 11, 2009
Read the Quran. You will find the answer. its as simple as that. My God Almighty guide us to the right path.

Aameen
imam khan

Sharja, UAE

#2 Apr 11, 2009
The greatest knowledge present on the Earth today is the Quran itself. The word of one and only God. He will guide us to the light, the truth, the guidance to the humanity and the only faith which all the prophets followed starting from Adam (pbuh) to the last of the prophets Muhammad (pbuh).

May Allah Guide us to the right path. I again appeal to u to read the Quran ( the only true words of God almighty).
Pat Brown

Cedar Park, TX

#3 Apr 11, 2009
"And on the the third day Jesus rolled back the stone, and emerged from the tomb". He looked down and upon seeing his shadow was said to proclaim, "We shall have six more weeks of winter!"
Peace

Silver Spring, MD

#4 Apr 11, 2009
Let's see... the Quran was written in the AD 630's, the Bible (which contradicts the Quran) was written beginning at a thousand years or more earlier. The Quran was written by a single man, the Bible by many inspired men. Hmmmm ... I think you would be just as well off, Imam, with the Book of Morman.
P Smith

Taipei, Taiwan

#5 Apr 11, 2009
re: "Debate Continues Over Jesus Christ’s Resurrection"

What debate? There isn't a single shred of evidence that yeshua ben nazareb is anything other than a myth.

Don't talk about farcical concepts such as "divinity" before addressing a far more pressing issue, such as the facts.
P Smith

Taipei, Taiwan

#6 Apr 11, 2009
re: "Debate Continues Over Jesus Christ’s Resurrection"

What debate? There isn't a single shred of evidence that yeshua ben nazareb is anything other than a myth.

Don't talk about farcical concepts such as "divinity" before addressing a far more pressing issue, such as the facts.
P Smith

Taipei, Taiwan

#7 Apr 11, 2009
Pat Brown wrote:
"And on the the third day Jesus rolled back the stone, and emerged from the tomb". He looked down and upon seeing his shadow was said to proclaim, "We shall have six more weeks of winter!"
I thought it was six more weeks of lent.

Regardless of which, it's still mythology.
Bewildered and Offended

Detroit, MI

#8 Apr 11, 2009
What's the point of treating a point of faith as if it needs evidence like a fact? There's a difference you know. Faith requires belief, not proof.

Also...your timing is completely inappropriate. Do you debate Mohammed's child brides during Ramadan, or the blood libel on Passover? You don't have to believe or approve to show equal respect to all.
John

South Burlington, VT

#9 Apr 11, 2009
Perhaps it just does not matter. Everyone will believe what they want.
There is no conclusive proof either way.Maybe if we just focus on what he said things may be better than wasting our time on trivialities.If the world and the universe were perfect than the od ould be perfect. If we allget different interpretations of a God it just points this out.Perhaps since we all started out from the same pagans and created fictions that one group or another believed in one God always, we know that man concots a lot when it comes to God.After all the Zoroatians were the first to believe in one God predating the Jewish belief in one God.That makes much of what the ancient left us a suseptable in nature.yest who knows maybe something out there is truth so everyone might as well believe in their own truth or fiction as it may be.
Pluto Animus

Brighton, CO

#10 Apr 11, 2009
Magical, invisible friends are for idiots and small children.
Period.
V Maeser Young

Salt Lake City, UT

#11 Apr 11, 2009
Joseph Smith Jr had what many believe was a vision not only of Jesus the Christ but also of The Father in 1823 when he was but 14 years old. He was told that he had a great work to preform. That his name would be know for good and evil throughout the world. A few years latter, he was lead to a hill by a Heavenly messenger and was given the responsibility of translating a series of gold plates. Of these plate, three other men have written their witness that they handled the plates and also saw the same messenger who declared to them that the translation was true and correct. Twelve others also handled the plates. That's fifteen independent witnesses that the plates did exist. That translation is The Book of Mormon, Another Witness of Jesus Christ. Tis true, the Mormons have two books of ancient scriptures. And from a small group of six in 1830, that Church now has a membership of over 13 million souls all over the world. It is the literal fulfillment of Daniel's prophecy in the Old Testament of the rock cut out of a mountain that shall roll forth to fill all the earth. It is the fulfillment of Isaiah's prophecy that in the latter days, there shall be two books, the book of Judah (the Bible) and the book of Joseph (the book of Joseph). What is the purpose of these two books: to bear witness to the fact of the resurrection of Christ; that he lived, died and rose again. And that He lives today. That is the claim of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is Christianity Resorted after two thousand years. For what purpose? To prepare the world for the coming of the Messiah. This time, all will know and there shall be no questions, no doubts, just millions and millions of surprises! And as such, the "Marvelous Work and a Wonder" as foretold by Isaish which started in the spring of 1823 will find it's complete destiny. Stand and watch. Be prepared and ready. For we live in the late Saturday night of time and the world shall not be prepared!
Thinkingman

Simpsonville, SC

#12 Apr 11, 2009
Please expound: He rode into Jerusalem on Good Friday and was crucified. On the third day (Easter Sunday)He rose. The Conerstone of Christianity! From Friday to Saturday is one day and from Saturday to Sunday is 2 Days.
Nuklhed

Dayton, OH

#13 Apr 11, 2009
"Magical, invisible friends are for idiots and small children.
Period."

Judgemental fools are still fools.
Joseph

United States

#14 Apr 11, 2009
Though I despise religious skeptics, I'm not going to set up any personal attacks here, but instead am just going to make the point that religion is indeed based on faith, not always on fact. Also, perhaps you are all forgetting the fact that Jesus' death and resurrection were all prophesized/predicted THROUGHOUT the Bible, including those books written by men of Jewish faith in the Old Testament. And trust me, when Jesus comes back to Earth, those who refute him will be much worse off than those who have done wrong but then make amends for their sins. Good luck to those who deny Christ, I hope you will enjoy the eternal fire.
Sohel

Trenton, NJ

#15 Apr 11, 2009
Muslims follows christian in all aspects except as wriiten Quran there was no resurrection of Jesus and he was not son of God but messenger of god as others came.
Jim

Dover, OH

#16 Apr 11, 2009
The very idea is ridiculous. Why is there even a debate about something so silly? The bible is a campfire tale, open to embellishment. Its antiquity doesn't make it any truer than any other ghost story.
whoknew

Peck, MI

#17 Apr 11, 2009
Magical, invisible friends are for idiots and small children.
Period.

And people who fancy themselves a Greek philosopher
Jim

Dover, OH

#18 Apr 11, 2009
Bewildered and Offended wrote:
What's the point of treating a point of faith as if it needs evidence like a fact? There's a difference you know. Faith requires belief, not proof.
Also...your timing is completely inappropriate. Do you debate Mohammed's child brides during Ramadan, or the blood libel on Passover? You don't have to believe or approve to show equal respect to all.
If you believed in werewolves, would you be offended if I laughed at you?
V Maeser Young

Salt Lake City, UT

#19 Apr 11, 2009
Regarding my previous note.....the "book of Joseph" is "The Book of Mormon".

Now don't be so juvenile as to question the veracity of my note until you've studied, as I have, the truth of my statement. As a man of 74 years, who has taught at Universities the subjects of finance, economics and statistic; and has lectured throughout the world on business and the theory of Constraints as well as stood on street corners and have defended the sagacity of my post, keep your snide comments to yourself and enjoy a good laugh at my expense. I'll just end by stating that "fools mock but they shall morn."
Haolekane

Palmyra, VA

#20 Apr 11, 2009
The Bible is (unfortunately) full of inconsistencies. Faith in the resurrection is the resurrection. Religions are the training wheels of peoples. Useful in explaining anything that is a mystery.
The resurrection of Jesus is a rebirth myth, fulfilling the cycle of winter into spring. The King is dead! Long live the King!

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