The debate "Jesus story makes a sense" was started by
July 6, 2015, 5:48 pm.
23 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 38 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
Red posted 2 arguments to the agreers part.
Sosocratese posted 3 arguments, historybuff posted 2 arguments, BernieSanders4pres posted 3 arguments to the disagreers part.
Red, toughgamerjerry, MEATMISSILE01, R3dD0g, Bxat9, futurelawyer192, blackbattiger, sabrina, clemnlawrence, Shi, Vander, KiwiSheepTrainer and 11 visitors agree.
Georgi_ZKL24, MichaelCassius, Sosocratese, Quantum, historybuff, Mr_Anonymous, ylmzemrah, vinnytragz, asaru, BernieSanders4pres, Alp4president, Afshin, denno27, luxuxx, AstroSpace, musejay1, aceofhearts, dylan21502 and 20 visitors disagree.
the bible when through the corrupt times of the catholic church, as did many other religions, so overtime holidays and that changed, but the bottom line is essentially aimed at peace and happiness for all religions...
all the stories make sense but if people read other religions they may just find out that peace cant be achieved in a world where people fight over this kinda stuff.
lol guys idc what people say, religion is created to make peace in a society, so why r we fighting one another rather than getting along? for instance the only differences between jewdiism, muslim, and catholics is the messiah, enough of these bs wars over it...
Not that I disagree with you about it not making sense, but I read that list and a lot of that list was just disagreement from two different people. Two different people remembering events slightly differently doesn't necessarily make a story less logical. And the Bible had a lot of authors so I'm not surprised they disagreed on tiny details like which of David's sons he drew his lineage from. And since many of these details were made up after the fact I'd be surprised if they all agreed.
it's irrelevant if it's historically valid/invalid. The question is whether the story is logical (makes sense). With 196 contradictions in the new testament, it would be hard to make a claim that the story is logically sound.
so it is historically valid or invalid
that seems fairly conclusive that the story is flawed at best.
This has 196 contradictions.
if you can please.
Not really.... Do I have to point out all the logical contradictions?