Do you believe in Jesus Christ?
Yes I truly do. I truly believe he was real and was the son of God. No matter what anybody will ever say
Yes, this is what I believe about Jesus Christ.
The Lord Jesus Christ is fully God who took on flesh and dwelt on earth. He was sinlessly perfect and gave Himself as a substitutionary sacrifice by shedding His blood and dying on the cross. He then came back from the dead. This was to pay for all sins (past, present, future) for all who believe. (II Corinthians 5:21; Hebrews 2:9; Titus 2:14; Hebrews 10:10-14; Hebrews 9:12-28; Acts 13:38-41; I Peter 2:24; I John 3:5)
Yes I believe in Jesus Christ and the prophecies he taught. Proof of his existence is the fulfillment of this and many other prophecies, Matthew 24: 3 – 8 While he was sitting upon the Mount of Olives, the disciples approached him “Tell us, When will these things be, and of the conclusion of the system of things?” And in answer Jesus said to them: “Look out that nobody misleads you; for many will come on the basis of my name, saying, “I am the Christ, and will mislead many. You are going to hear of wars; see that you are not terrified. For these things must take place, but the end is not yet. “For nation will rise against nation and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be food shortages and earthquakes in one place after another. All these things are a beginning of pangs of distress. Have these not been fulfilled to the letter.
Yes I do. _________ And to Eddie J: There is absolutely no evidence that Jesus is a mish mash of, or similar to, other deities. And to WellTraveled: The bible is manuscript evidence for the existence of Jesus Christ — more manuscript evidence than exists for several other historical figures, and closer in time to his life, than say, the earliest writings about Alexander the Great.
Jesus was a prophet of Islam.
Initially, the tribes of Israel were spiritually lost. Accordingly, God decided to create a prophet whose purpose was to preach the message of monotheism and submission to the almighty Allah to the Jews.
God made Jesus by willing the impregnation of the virign Mary. Contrary to what Christians believe, God did not use the “Holy Spirit” to impregnate Mary. Instead, God merely willed it. Christians believe that because God divinely impregnated Mary that Jesus is therefore the son of God—however, this is not true. Instead, Jesus was merely a mortal man who, like all the other prophets of Islam, had been divinely chosen to spread God’s message.
Jesus was given the ability to perform miracles, which were meant to be proof that he was, in fact, a prophet of Islam.
Contrary to what Christians believe, Jesus was definitely not crucified by the Jews.
It’s important to note that the Gospels in the Bible were written down many decades after Jesus ascended to heaven. Likewise, the probability of the Gospels in the Bible being corrupt is quite high, and contradictions are plainly obvious. For example, Matthew 15:25 says that Jesus was crucified on the “third hour,” whereas John 19:14-15 says that Jesus was crucified on the “sixth hour.” Thus, the Gospels in the Bible do not provide an accurate biography of Jesus, but the Qur’an sets the record straight and clarifies who Jesus really was.
Jesus…. yes, I accept that – probably – there was an itinerant preacher named yeshuah, who preached around jerusalem and judea in the early decades AD.
there were quite a few itinerant preachers, apparently, so it is a trivial claim, and I accept it as such,
Did that yeshuah do the miracles mentioned in the bible? No, I dont accept extraordinary claims without evidence and there is no evidence – outside the bible – that anything unusual happened.
Jesus – possible
Jesus christ – No
NO !! So why would anyone want to bother ,how many people do you know that could walk on water with holes in their feet or come to life in a cave way back when there were no doctors or medicines ,
Nope i am not the type who would believe in such dribble as him being another FSM !!
Nope. There may have by a historical Jesus, but the Christ myth was added on later.
No, there was possibly/probably a man who the myths are based on but the mythical Christ figure is not real.
As a historical figure yes, as the son of god no. I am a deist, I believe in god but not the mythology of Christ.