God ordered the crucifixion as part of his plan for humanity's salvation, and Jesus allowed it to happen. The chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network, John Maxwell said, "Anyone who sees this film and thinks that the Romans and Jews killed Jesus missed the point" (Assist News Service 2003). Those of us who are believers in and followers of Jesus Christ must always be very attentive a... ... middle of paper ... ...racticing Semitism, but to educate in the life, the death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The violence in the Passion was merely an interpretation of what the scriptures tell us, but it was a day that is unbelievably unimaginable to re-enact the torture that Jesus was held too. This film was just an image of what took place on that day.
He was sent to suffer for the all human beings and the reasons why his suffering was necessary are described in Mark's Gospel 8:27-9:1. Jewish people expected that He would bring deliverance through the conquest but Jesus explained that deliverance can be achieved only through the cross. Jesus will achieve victory through suffering. It is the cross, not crown He will take up. Explaining His mission to the listeners he requires them to adjust and raise their expectations of Messiah .
When all his children fallen into sin, God decided to do save them because he is loving father. God scarifies himself to save us, he died in the cross and resurrected on the third day. But who did crucify Jesus, his fellow children. That is proved by Jesus Christ through his death. In theories of human nature discussed the Christianity theory dispute, “There is some disagreement base on the Christian culture which texts should count s canonical; even now the status of some of the Old Testament Apocrypha remains disputed”.
Even though the Mosaic arrangement of Judaism was designed to prepare the way for the coming of Christianity, the teachings of Jesus was so different from the Hebrew Laws, it was met with hostility from many Hebrew leaders of his time. In conclusion Christianity had a pretty rough start with the destruction of all the temples. With all these people trying to stop the religion. But the two most powerful points are what women did for Christianity because they would always accept any form of person. And of course Constantine the Great, who started pretty much the freedom of religion.
Jesus had to be resurrected in order to fulfill the prophecies made about the Messiah and prove to the disbelievers that he was who he claimed to be. This was exactly what occurred when disbelievers heard of the resurrection occurring. As found in the Gospel of Luke, “Thus it is written that the Messiah would suffer and rise from the dead on the third day and that repentance, for
The Passion of the Christ The Passion of the Christ is an admirable film yet very hard film for most Christian to watch without crying and having antipathy. The film brings morality seeing what Christ had done for us and what many Christians have not done for him. The Passion of the Christ central point is the vicious acts that prepared Jesus for his death. The Passion of the Christ does not display much love showed for Christ, but instead showed how evil assails the King Jesus and not elevate King Jesus like we ought too. The film commence on the prophecy, “but he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed” (Isaiah 53:5).
He explains that all apostles would be false witnessed and they would still be living in their sins. However, he ends the passage by combining Christ and man’s resurrection and says that Christ is the first of many men to be resurrected. In 1 Corinthians 15, the author reflects upon the main argument to the truth of Christianity, that being that there is a resurrection and the truth of religion itself. This may have been important to the author because of those that did not believe in the scriptures and their attempts of trying to disprove what was written in the scriptures. What was unclear in this passage is whether death is physical or spiritual?
"(Mk, 15:2) which suggests a political charge of treason. Jesus was then charged, mocked and crucified. Christians believe that Jesus did not die in vain, as it was God's plan, part of the plan of salvation, both Jesus and God knew it must happen. Jesus knew it was his duty to go through with it so instead of avoiding the authorities in Jerusalem, he preached and taught to everyone as he normally would, knowing he would get caught. It was the Father's will, "Father take this cup of suffering away from me.
Now that I have been born again, I have the truths expressed in the Bible and the Holy Spirit to guide me. And so, as I couple those great agencies against what I have learned and have been through myself, I can use them as a guide on what behaviors to refrain from. Throughout the Bible, we find many examples of what we shouldn’t do, which is synonymous with how I view my parents growing up. For example, when we observe the formation of the early church, we find the story of Ananias and Sapphira. They both lied to the Holy Spirit, and were immediately slain by God.
Which I... ... middle of paper ... ...out is the cross. There are stories of how Jesus died on the cross for the forgiveness of past and present sins of men. However, we as Christians cannot form a personal connection with the cross. Bultmann adds to this argument by stating that the cross and resurrection work hand in hand, meaning that the cross is the place for true salvation. He is fast to say the many are eager to preach the word of God, however, this does not mean that you are in good standing with God.