Had the sinful scribes of Gospels believed Jesus as god? They would have remained with Jesus even if killed by the Jews; Jesus after resurrection could make them alive from the dead in a matter of maximum three days

Paarsurrey says:

I think you are wrong to judge me. I have read the Old Testament and the New Testament from cover to cover.

Jesus did never read the New Testament; he read the Old Testament and he never asked any body to read the faulty New Testament prepared/collected/authored by his clever enemy Paul and the sinful discples who deserted Jesus when he was put on the Cross, and needed their support most.

They were hardly faithful to Jesus or belived in Jesus. Later, they eulogized Jesus and made him god, and their own thoughts as inspired by the Holy Ghost just to camoflouge their inner motives.

Had they belived Jesus as god; they would have happily remained with Jesus; at the most what would have happened to them; they would have been killed by the Jews or the Romans; and Jesus after resurrection only after hardly three days or less than that as per Bible, would have made them alive also from the dead.

But they never trutsted him as they knew he was no god; and could not make them alive from the dead.

One could see the game of the cunning Paul and the sinful scribes; if one just ponders over their superfluous witnessing.

As you requested and I allowed you to pray for me; so I think it is not good for you now to become angry for nothing.

Dialogue is always good for everybody; and exchange of views useful for peace. Why you become disappointed; have faith in Jesus and Mary and remain steadfast like them; they never were gods, alright, but they were steadfast with their Lord- God Allah YHWH.

You are supposed to love me; one who loves makes the contacts strong; so remain in contact with me, and I will also remain in contact with you, stroger than before.

You are a good friend; maybe sometimes your heart and mind gets opened for me, and you realize that you have not studied the Bible intently; neither its text nor its true context.

So it is for mutual benefit to keep a closer contact between us. You lose nothing; yet you may gain something.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned truthfully and rationally in Quran.

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim.

Note:

The above is in response to comments of Rev Jason Thurwanger, yourbrotherinchrist, by accessing here:
https://paarsurrey.wordpress.com/2009/06/06/jesus-escape-from-death-on-cross-was-a-miracle-it-was-no-ordinary-event/#comments

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2 Responses to “Had the sinful scribes of Gospels believed Jesus as god? They would have remained with Jesus even if killed by the Jews; Jesus after resurrection could make them alive from the dead in a matter of maximum three days”

  1. edbooked Says:

    Consider this…Dying with Jesus would have been easier than carrying on the work Jesus began while being pursued under threat of death throughout the lands. Why repeatedly risk death? Such acts require courage. Dying is easy. Doing one’s duty…completing one’s mission…in spite of the threat of enemy death…takes courage some suggest requires divine assistance.
    Many a military soldier has encountered similar situations. What is it that enables a soldier to charge a fortified enemy position in the face of incoming bullets? It is not fear of death. Some say it is an abiding sense of duty to one’s fellow soldiers. Others say it is because God has provided them with the inner courage required. I doubt the early disciples, let alone later church leaders, would have promulgated their belief so strongly, by acts as well as words, had they not believed Jesus was God incarnate, and that God’s Holy Spirit was with them along the way. Jesus’ presence and acts while among his disciples inspired them to go on to do other heroic acts, even unto death on crosses. Paul, as the Bible describes, spent many years in Roman prisons, and was finally killed for his acts. Other disciples were also killed as Rome tried to squelch what they perceived to be a rising threat to their political rule.
    Such is the world we live in today. Rather than peace and brotherhood among all of humanity, politically motivated people strive for POWER OVER, rather than POWER ON BEHALF OF others. If one assumes Jesus was not God incarnate, one still must acknowledge that his teachings are worthy of conscientious consideration.

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    • paarsurrey Says:

      Edbooked says:

      Consider this…Dying with Jesus would have been easier than carrying on the work Jesus began while being pursued under threat of death throughout the lands. Why repeatedly risk death? Such acts require courage. Dying is easy. Doing one’s duty…completing one’s mission…in spite of the threat of enemy death…takes courage some suggest requires divine assistance.

      Paarsurrey says:

      Sorry, I don’t agree with you on this.

      The scribes witnessed without being present on the scene of crucifixion; they did things not with the permission of their master Jesus; so it is weird to say they were couragious.

      They never carried out the work of Jesus; they fullfilled cunning Paul’s or their own agenda, which was different from Jesus in teachings as well as in Acts. Jesus was at that time in India; and was unaware of their wrong doings at Rome.

      I respect you opinion and faith.

      Thanks

      I am an Ahmadi peaceful Mulsim

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