I find it very strange that the son of the holy heavenly Christian Father aka God, sinned.
We all know by now that us mere mortals sin, well Christians call it sins and they believe we are born into this world with sin because we are human, atheist embrace being human we just don’t give things names that we have to explain away later on, because we love life and don’t waste time on such unimportant silliness, hypocrisy is reserved for them name givers that can't live up to their own religious rules and regulations, like Jesus and the story of his crucifixion.
Now I have thought about the fact that bloodline could be the reason for this little mistake JC made in front of many people, his mother was mortal, so maybe, just maybe……..he inherited this flawed gene from her?
The Bible makes no mention that he was born with only human characteristics, that includes sinning, so the Mary theory won’t sell. Instead the Bible does tell you that he was human, but not a normal human, his father were God and he could do miracles and was sent here for a reason, the son of God. Holy than holier.
Although there is proof of this little slip up in the Bible, there is nothing else to proof this actually happened, so I am kind of hoping that what is written in the holy word, is in fact based on reality and actual events, otherwise this article would be a complete waste of time, I strongly suspect it is. ;-) But, let me not be presumptuous, let’s see if maybe someone has the answer.
While on the cross in the process of being brutally crucified, he screamed in agony;
“God, why did you forsake me?!”
He therefore doubted God, and that is a sin.
I can just imagine the pure surprise of bystanders, he was in the situation for being the son of God in the 1st place, if I were there I would have taken him of the cross immediately, why? Because I would have thought that he lied about the whole thing.
I asked this question to our priest one evening when I was 12 years old, he was there collecting money with his new MBW parked in our front yard that desperately needed new paving, the answer was long and confusing, I still don’t have a clue what he was on about, my Mother gave me a look that said don’t talk and I pretended to understand
These questions remained unanswered for many years.
“If Jesus was the son of God, why was he not without sin? How can he be on a cross, dying for our sins, and sin himself? Is that not kind of defying the objective?”
It can be compared to someone selling you a slimming mixture but the person selling it weighs 240kg, Would you buy it?