Friday, 19 September 2008

Did jebus write the gospels?

I came across a new take on the gospels here:

What if Jesus wrote them? If he did not die on the cross, it is conceivable that he wrote the Gospels to enhance his ministry/message and create the illusion of his death, resurrection, and fulfillment of God's promise of eternal life. He was the "ghost writer" in all these documents as he could have easily claimed to have been any of these Apostles in places who never heard of, or knew of, Jesus.......which were more than less.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where was he when he wrote them? How did he pass them off as the writing of others? You are aware that each gospel has a distinctive writing style? When would they have been published and why would contemporaries of the time not have discarded them as rubbish having known the truth?

Mike is Wright said...

anonymous, you obviously dont understand what a forgery is. Jebus could have written them in the cellar of his house when nobody was looking, carefully altered the writing style of each gospel as he went along and gone somewhere where people didnt know him to get them published. Im not saying it did happen, but it seems more likely than them being true.

Anyway, i gave a link for you to get more info.

lilpixieofterror said...

And the slide into irrationality continues.

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

Hey Mike Trite, I thought you were a Christ-myther.

So how did somebody how didnt exist write anything? Let alone 4 distinct books.

Mike is Wright said...

im open to the christ myth stuff, just as i am open to the idea jebus married mary madelign or jebus tomb has been discovered. im fairly open minded really.

as far as paralels go, maybe jebus thought "i wish i could be like mithras"

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

"im fairly open minded really."

Seems to me your mind is so open your brain fell out.