the society of Jesus (jesuits) was?
- NousLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Based on someone who never existed!
There is not one single mention of Jesus in the entire Roman record - that is right - not one! At the same time as he was supposed to have been around there were a number of Jews claiming to be the messiah - all of whom are well recorded!
There is not a single contemporary record from any source and even the bible mentions of him like all other references were not written until many years after his supposed death!
He was supposed to have been a huge problem to the Romans and produced wonderful miracles but still not one contemporary record?
Even the bible mentions of him like all other references were not written until many years after his supposed death!
Pilate is recorded in the Roman record as a somewhat lack luster man but no mention of a Jesus, a trial or crucifixion that would surely have been used to make him look brighter!
At best he was an amalgam of those others but almost certainly never existed!
- sunshineLv 68 years ago
Jesuits have nothing to do with Jesus.
Jesuits are like police for the Black Pope
The Black Pope is above " The Pope" and these jesuits serve the purpose of the Black Pope.
Their purpose is to cause confusion and tare down the christian faith, to infiltrate and destroy the truth of the King James Bible.
These are evil people with an agenda.