Olive Thomas he obviously didn’t live as one because the Jews had him killed. Who are these mainstream scholars? When Jesus instituted communion, he did not create it for everybody at the same time. Body of Christ is for everyone but you must be in state grace to receive it. Happy Thanksgiving Peanuts. Brandon Rodgers Furr so what is it you’re trying to do again.
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Name call? Bully people? Tell me I am not a Christian? Those are all very Christian and Godly things to do. You’re doing exactly what you’re saying I don’t get to do. Kinda funny. If you believe Jesus would deny someone communion then that is your belief, I however do not agree. Julia Simmons I don’t believe in communion. It was added about a thousand years ago. Have a nice night. Brandon Rodgers Furr sad you find truth to be so hilarious. The New Testament is completely about replacing the Old Testament. Have a seat and learn it. Christopher Hainey, according to most historians, it would be more logical to blame the Romans for Jesus’ death. Crucifixion was a customary punishment among Romans, not Jews. At the time of Jesus’ death, the Romans were imposing a harsh and brutal occupation on the Land of Israel, and the Jews were occasionally unruly. The Romans would have had reason to want to silence Jesus, who had been called by some of his followers “King of the Jews,” and was known as a Jewish upstart miracle worker. Jews, on the other hand, lacked a motive for killing Jesus. Happy Thanksgiving Peanuts. The different factions of the Jewish community at the time Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, and others had many disagreements with one another, but that did not lead any of the groups to arrange the execution of the other allegedly heretical groups’ leaders. It is therefore unlikely they would have targeted Jesus.