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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 9 years ago

Hindus believe gods walk among the humans, Christians cant even prove Jesus existed, which is better?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Children believe in fairy-tales and believe that elves and pixies are walking among us that does not make pixies exists.

    Believing that gods walk among us doe not prove that they exist.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Hindus

    At least some men are really gods in human form....like Stalin

  • ssrvj
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    (quote) "We are the Gods" (en-quote)

    Yes.

    "Aham BRAHMAN asmi" (Vedham)=I remain verily the BRAHMAN (God)

    "Tat Twam Asi" (Vedham)=You remain verily the BRAHMAN(God)

    "Sarvam Kalavitham BRAHMAN" =the Creator BRAHMAN lives in all te lives He has created.

    "Tat Twam Asi"--Professor J.B.S.Haldane (British) got it written in an wooden plank and hanged it at his entrance door.

    "Aham Cha Brahman" (Taittriya Upanishad) =And I am Brahman (God)

    "Boghthaa Cha Brahman (Taittriya Upnishad)=And the person to whom I feed is also Brahman.

    So we are Gods.

    Absolutely NO External proof is needed.

  • Oscar
    Lv 5
    9 years ago

    It's a historical fact that Jesus existed.

    B. Evidence from outside the Bible - secular testimony to the death of Jesus Christ by crucifixion

    1. Non-Jewish and non-Christian sources:

    a. Tacitus, a Roman historian, in his Annals, c. AD 115, describes the Roman Emperor Nero's actions after the great fire of Rome, c. AD 64:

    "...Nero fabricated scapegoats-and punished...Christians (as they were popularly called). Their originator, Christ, had been executed in Tiberius' reign by the governor of Judaea, Pontius Pilatus." (2)

    b. Lucian, Greek satirist, second century AD, alludes to Christ:

    "...the man who was crucified in Palestine because he introduced this new cult into the world.... Furthermore, their first lawgiver persuaded them that they were all brothers one of another after they have transgressed once for all by denying the Greek gods and by worshipping that crucified sophist himself and living under his laws." (3)

    c. Thallus, a Samaritan-born historian, c. AD 52, quoted by Julius Africanus, c. AD 221:

    "Thallus, in the third book of his histories, explains away this darkness [at the time of the crucifixion] as an eclipse of the sun- unreasonable, of course, because a solar eclipse could not take place at the time of the full moon, and it was the time of the pascal full moon when Christ died." (4)

    d. Letter of Mara Bar-Serapion, after AD 73 (this letter resides in the British Museum):

    "What advantage did the Jews gain from executing their wise King? It was just after that that their kingdom was abolished....But Socrates did not die for good; he lived on in the teaching of Plato. Pythagoras did not die for good; he lived on in the statue of Hera. Nor did the wise King die for good; he lived on in the teaching which he had given." (5)

    2. Jewish sources:

    a. Josephus, Jewish historian (AD 37-100) wrote of Jesus:

    "At this time there was a wise man called Jesus, and his conduct was good, and he was known to be virtuous. Many people among the Jews and the other nations became his disciples. Pilate condemned him to be crucified and to die. But those who had become his disciples did not abandon his discipleship. They reported that he had appeared to them three days after his crucifixion and that he was alive. Accordingly, he was perhaps the Messiah, concerning whom the prophets have reported wonders." (6)

    b. The Jewish Talmud (Centuries of Jewish oral tradition committed to writing between AD 200 and AD 500):

    "On the eve of Passover they hanged Yeshu (of Nazareth) and the herald went before him for forty days saying (Yeshu of Nazareth) is going to be stoned in that he hath practiced sorcery and beguiled and led astray Israel. Let everyone knowing aught in his defense come and plead for him. But they found naught in his defense and hanged him on the eve of Passover." (7)

    See John 11:57 for confirmation of this.

    1. Conclusions from the non-biblical sources:

    All available sources recognize Jesus' death by crucifixion as fact. Both the Romans and the Jews believed Jesus died by crucifixion exactly as the Gospels relate. Jews even to this day don't doubt that Jesus died on a cross. They just don't recognize Him as the Messiah and that He rose from the dead.

    B. Conclusions

    The historical evidence overwhelmingly points to the reality of Jesus' death on the cross. The Bible's testimony agrees fully with the testimony of the Romans and Jews; people who set themselves up as enemies of the Christians. The Old Testament prophets predicted the Messiah's death in detail and Jesus, as the Messiah, fulfilled it to the last detail. All credible historical evidence also supports this. No one has ever presented credible historical evidence that Jesus did not die on the cross. Also, it must be noted that the death of Jesus by crucifixion is a historical event on which the whole of the New Testament is based. The Gospels have the events of the crucifixion and the following resurrection as the climax of the accounts of Jesus' life. They are not incidental events in the biblical accounts; they are the greatest events that all of Jesus' miracles and teaching led up to.

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    We are the Gods.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Both of your statements are false.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Islam is the truth

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