If Jesus was physically alive today and put on trial...?

Jesus has commited no crime:no lie,no coveting,no disobeying parents, none of that.

but yet everybodies upset with Him becuase the things He says things that go against current thinking and teaching,claims to be part of God, and convicts peoples hearts wich lets them know they arnt doing right by God.

So do you convict an inocent man who really didnt comit any crime? Or do you find Him innocent and tell everybody to suck it up,move on, and/or make the appropriate changes so they dont feel guilty?

And if you say guilty;what's His punishment?and explain reason for the punishment

Innocent? Or guilty? Explain why?

Me: I say innocent;becuase everything He said was the truth and if you feel guilty that's a personal problem the individual needs to work out.Not Jesus fault.

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  • elgil
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    If, doesn't count.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Christ has already been convicted in the public eye today, and been found guilty just as He was long ago. He would NOT even make it to court. Look around at the people in this world and he way they trash talk Him, and put Him down, take Him out of public, removed Him from schools, ridicule Him, and I could go on and on. And IF HE did make it to court there would NOT be anyone to stand up for Him. Yes His children would I know, BUT they would not even allow anyone to do so. At the FRONT of the prosecution would be the ACLU.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I'm having a hard time muddling through all that faulty logic and weak analogies.

    If Jesus ever did exist, and if his life parallels what was written in the bible, he was executed for Heresy. He pissed off the Jewish religious leaders who got the Romans to do their dirty workfor them.

    That being the case, he's dead. He's not being tried today for anything. So I don't understand the reasoning of your question. In the Western World we don't arrest people for Heresy anymore since we got the Church and State somewhat seperated from each other (thankfully). Burning innocent people as Heretics was something that the Christian Church did do. Ironic? I would say so.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Christ did return, He and His early believers suffered more violent persucution than in His first advent. But, He gloriously triumphed over all created things in only about two centuries.

    The Name of the One True God is now glorified and His Kingdom is established, and man need to have a new world vision to see this truth.

    Yes, the Promised One of all religions has come; let us speed out to thankfully receive His divine blessings.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Healing people without a Medical License. Casting out demons occasioning wilful damage to property and noise pollution. Actually inciting riots by claiming salvation is of the Jews under the terrorist act... people would find a way...He would still achieve His purpose. Of course He was innocent but when has that stopped people?

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  • 1 decade ago

    Jesus is not here, but the good people of God are punished everyday anyway. If Jesus was here, the government would still control him and he would be exposed to even greater sin. The government of today wouldn't kill him, but they would put him in the crazy house.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    INNOCENT!!!!!! Jesus never did anything wrong, all he ever did was to help mankind, and tell them the truth about salvation, HE showed people their sins, and that upsets some people who just need to get right with God.

    The majority of people will demand to see miracles, which when performed, they will reject anyway and find him guilty of trumped up charges, just as they did in that day.

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  • 1 decade ago

    What country are you in.Here in the U.S of A we got a Lil' Ole' thing called SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE.And even though those lines are blurred at times,more so since Bush took office and the right wing Evangelists dug their cloven hooves in,it's still there and I'll gladly fight to the death to defend that.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No matter the era that he was on earth, He would be innocent of course. But He would still have died because God's purpose of His death was our salvation. It says in the Bible that forgiveness of sin can only be found in the shedding of innocent blood- so yes, He is innocent but He chose to die for me and for you.

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  • Shossi
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    The laws then were different than now-that is the difference.

    All Jesus taught was how to be properly Jewish, but, Rome thought this was going against the state. They thought it would make the people rise up against the state.

    This would not be illegal now.

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  • 1 decade ago

    oh, but Jesus (God) IS alive today!

    and there is no person or spirit powerful enough to be put on trial today.

    next time around it will be HIS turn to put all humans and spirits on trial as He will be the judge.

    Jesus (God) allowed Himself to be put on trial the first time.

    next time, He will decide guilt or innocence.

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