He was Jewish ....is that what you mean?
Are you trying to be obtuse Moonie?
No...lol...Iím tryin to understand is all. I love everything about Jesus and not at all ashamed to say that. If thatís a bad thing let me know.
Nothing bad about it at all. I've always felt religion is a personal choice and should be respected. No I didn't mean because he's jewish, I meant because he was always thiught of as have a dark ruddy complexion. Not the pale light skinned version of moviedom and renaissance art
I love everything about Jesus and not at all ashamed to say that. If thatís a bad thing let me know.
Religions (or as I call them "superstitious nonsense") poison all the things.This is the 'Here There Be Tigers' sub, not the official religion&politics sub, so I can get more specific and insulting if you like.
Believe how you like
That's the first problem though, isn't it?One needn't simply "believe" science or facts.They are testable, reproducible, and if found to be erroneous they are modified or discarded.Sure, you can "believe" there are invisible pink flying ponies on the moon......but all that means is you're a bit of a nutter.An even cursory exploration of the history of religions makes it obvious that they're all made-up bullshit.That an allegedly sentient species can't shake loose that superstitious nonsense just proves we aren't as evolved as we like to pretend.
Are you an atheist?
Has it always been like this since childhood? Just curious.
I think it depends upon how you view ďreligionĒ. Iíve always viewed it more like a code of conduct for people; an attempt by various cultures over the years to encourage people to be their better selves.