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Was Jesus the biggest rebel of all times?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Jesus did rebel oldman 63. He dumped over the table with money on it with anger. Therefore, he rebelled and I probably would have too. He was a Rebel with a Cause dude. He had his reasons. Also keep in mind that Jesus rebelled against some of the old Jewish Traditions and Roman laws. He was above the old traditions and laws, he was God. And still is.
- morrisLv 51 decade ago
Rebel doesn't really seem like the right word. He was humble and low key most of the time. He made it clear that his kingdom was coming, but not here on this earth. He never called for revolt against the romans or rulers of those days. His message was one of forgiveness to those who opposed him.
- oldguy63Lv 71 decade ago
No! - If rebell is the offshoot of rebellion and relellion is a declared sin and Christ never sinned - Christ was not a rebel.
It was really the society of that time in rebellion against God and Christ sought to bring them back to God's order of righteousness.
- mortgagegirl101Lv 61 decade ago
Jesus was the most liberal and radical thinker of his time. His ideas flew against the very conventions of the times. He was definately a mover and a shaker. He is the most influential man of all time. And when he comes back, the world will stand in awe. If they can stand at all, that is.
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- Tomoyo KLv 41 decade ago
No, he was in fact a pacifist.
Return your sword to its place, for all those who take the sword will perish by the sword.—Matt. 26:52.
In the garden of Gethsemane, Jesus’ religious opponents came to arrest him. Peter tried to protect him with a sword, but Jesus admonished Peter with the above words.
the scribes wanted to get Jesus into trouble with the Roman government and they asked: 'What do you think? Is it lawful to pay tribute to Caesar or not?’ And Jesus said to them: ‘Whose image and inscription is this?’ They said: ‘Caesar’s.’ Then he said to them: ‘Pay back, therefore, Caesar’s things to Caesar, but God’s things to God.’”—Matt. 22:15-21
Jesus reply is in parallel with the command: “Let every soul be in subjection to the superior authorities.”—Rom. 13:1 He did not taught his followers to rebel.
Lastly, Jesus died willingly on the cross, he could have rebelled against God and say, "do not let me do this..."
Philippians 2:5.....Christ Jesus, 6 who, although he was existing in God’s form, gave no consideration to a seizure, namely, that he should be equal to God. 7 No, but he emptied himself and took a slave’s form and came to be in the likeness of men. 8 More than that, when he found himself in fashion as a man, he humbled himself and became obedient as far as death, yes, death on a torture stake....
- !Lv 51 decade ago
No. He was the opposite. He was a humble Slave and messenger of God. Sorry, i dont know the answer to the question you just asked now.
- tracy211968Lv 61 decade ago
No, but He is the Son of God.