Sunday, April 1, 2007

critic on jesus

check first blog on ancient times
In the book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail written by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln, there is an idea that Barabbas is son of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. According to authors of the book, this explains why the crowd choose Barabbas to stay alive, because such act will save the dynasty.

Various authors contend Barabbas's crime would translate today as terrorism.[3][4][5] He is called a terrorist in the Contemporary English Version of the Bible.
Barabbas as one involved in a stasis, a riot.
Some scholars posit that Barabbas was a member of the sicarii, a militant Jewish movement that sought to overthrow the Roman occupiers of their land by force, noting that Mark (15:7) mentions that he had committed murder in an insurrection.

jesus ended his life with words "My God! my God! why hast Thou forsaken me?" that shows it was not his purpose to suffer and die, but to establish an earthly kingdom and deliver the jews from political oppresion- and in that gods help had failed him.

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