‘They Keep Trying to Put Jesus Back in the Tomb’ (2018)

It was the ultimate catastrophe for the kingdom of Satan when Our Lord Jesus Christ rose from the dead, as He said He would. Ever since, it’s been perpetual damage control for Satan and his servants–including, as we see so often, Reputable Bible Scholars Inc.

They Keep Trying to Put Jesus Back in the Tomb

Yeah, uh-huh. This “early Christianity” didn’t have any of that annoying Christian stuff in it. Nothing that would offend CNN. It was… scientific!

Sometimes I wonder what’s going on in the mind of someone who writes a book like this. But it may be wiser not to get too close.

11 comments on “‘They Keep Trying to Put Jesus Back in the Tomb’ (2018)

  1. I return to this comment in the original post: “ But we are talking about people who look in the mirror when they pray.”

    It doesn’t matter what I think, about salvation, about theology, or any other aspect of spiritual matters, i matters what God thinks.

    We are told in Proverbs 14:12 “There is a way that seems right to a man,
    but its end is the way to death.” I may have all sorts of ideas, and some may even be good ideas, but God’s ideas are better. God brought about redemption in a manner which preserves the free will of all creation, while allowing any and all observers to see the end result of trying to live apart from God’s standards. This is huge!

    God could destroy every last quark of the material realm and create everything anew. I suspect that for Him, this would involve less effort than it would take for me to type the period at the end of this sentence. He could easily dispatch any rebellious creatures in the spirit realm, as well. However, by allowing things to reach their natural conclusion, God is making it impossible for anyone in the future to repeat the disasters of the past. The matter will be permanently settled. This goes back to the tree of the knowledge of good and bad. Reduced to one sound bite: God makes the rules. Capisce?

    So the Son of God died, to redeem us, and was resurrected, three days later. It’s not negotiable, and some self-proclaimed Reputable Bible Scholar has no say in the matter. Jesus wasn’t some ancient hippie, walking about, preaching mellow platitudes. He didn’t stand out among the people of His time. If this wasn’t the case, they wouldn’t have needed to bribe Judas to identify Him. Jesus spoke out against the corruption of the Jewish system of His time. Yes, He did teach us to be kind toward others, but He wasn’t some unrealistic idealist. He spoke out strongly against the Scribes and Pharisees. He was no Flower Child. What He did was vital, and exceeded the productive value of everything accomplished by the human race. The pyramids were a footnote compared to the value of His death and resurrection.

  2. Great response by Unknowable! I am back! What I did was unsubscribe from Lee’s Blog, waited a day, then re-subscribed. I got tired of following all the links WordPress kept sending me.

    1. Thanks for the compliment. I was able to resolve my WordPress problems by logging out, then logging back in. WordPress’ AAA is obviously managed by Bonobos, and apparently WordPress antagonized them by paying in sub-par bananas. 🙂

  3. Unknowable said about everything I could have thought of, and more. Great post. I never cease to be amazed at how ignorant and uncaring this family of man really is. I feel sorry for them, but also wonder at their stupidity.

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