« Last post by jetson on Yesterday at 11:11:24 PM »
And as the Christians weep during the crucifixion scenes in The Passion, you ask them if they would rescue the Jesus character from his plight. You'll never get an unqualified yes, and more often than not, a no.
This calls all sorts of motives into question. They wouldn't lift a finger to save the person they claim to love the most from torture and "death". WTF? With friends like Christians, Jesus didn't need any enemies. I have to assume that at the same time the Christian weeps over the "sacrifice" of Jesus, they also have to have it in their mind that the whole thing is a job well done. It was all supposed to happen, right? It was all an act! Take a bow Jesus/god. High-Fives all around!
Obviously, if Christians are reluctant to hypothetically rescue Jesus from the crucifixion, the next question has to be "would you betray him if you saw that Judas was having second thoughts?" Would a Christian betray Jesus to the Romans? If they're not going to rescue him, why wouldn't they turn him in as well? They had better, or to paraphrase the soup nazi: "No salvation for you!"
They say the Jews killed Jesus, but it was Christians that had the vested interest in making certain Jesus died.
And all this pointless act just to keep heaven from being a ghost-town, so to speak.
Has to be one of the dumbest stories ever swallowed by the masses. Hollywood does a much, much better job with fiction, obviously.