Was Jesus crucified?

May 23, 2009 at 5:21 pm (Jesus theories)

We all have most likely heard how Jesus was crucified, but if you don’t, here’s a refresher:

Jesus was taken to Golgotha and nailed to a cross, the Roman punishment for political offenders and criminals. Two robbers were crucified also, one on each side of him. On the cross, above Jesus’ head, “they put the charge against him, which read ‘This is Jesus the King of the Jews”’ (Matt. 27:37). Late in the day, his body was taken down, and because of the approach of the Sabbath, when burial was not permitted, it was hastily laid in a nearby tomb by Joseph of Arimathea. (John 19:39–42 relates that Joseph was assisted by Nicodemus.)

What about the actuality though? Islam says no. Muslims believe that Jesus might have either been put on the cross and didn’t die, or never went on the cross at all.

We Muslims believe that Jesus was born from a Noble Virgin; Mary the Virgin, preached the word of GOD to the people of Israel, raised to Allah Almighty alive (even though he might have been put on the cross, but never actually died), will come back to earth again to fight the army of Satan and then die a natural death and then be raised again back to life from death as we all do in the Day of Judgement. Some Muslim scholars say that Jesus not being crucified in Noble Verse 4:157 means that he was put on the cross but didn’t die, and others say that it means that he was not put on the cross itself and never died either. There are some Christian sects such as the Basilidans, the Docetate and the Marcionite do not believe that Jesus was put on the cross.

So this got me to researching more and more. I came upon this gem here:

There is no question!

There is no question that the emphasized parts above, especially in Psalm 91:11-12, 15 and the others, clearly and indisputably agree with the Noble Quran’s and Isaiah 52:13 Verses that are shown below. Jesus was neither crucified nor resurrected, and he was protected and lifted by GOD Almighty. Also, the New Testament, again, confirms that Psalm 91 is referring to Jesus Christ.

GOD Almighty will hear his cries (Psalm 91:15) and will save him (Psalm 91:3).

GOD Almighty will cover him with His Protection (Psalm 91:4).

Christ will then not have any fear in him (Psalm 91:5).

Christ will then observe with his own eyes the punishment of the crucified ones (Psalm 91:8).

No harm (this includes crucifixion!) or disaster will even come near Christ (Psalm 91:10….this even contradicts him getting beaten up before crucifixion).

GOD Almighty will send down the Angels to protect him and lift him (Psalm 91:11-12, 14, Isaiah 52:13). Not even his foot will strike the ground from his enemies pushing, grappling and punishment.

Christ’s call will be HEARD, and he will be delivered and honored (Psalm 91:15, Isaiah 52:13). No way would these verses be valid if Christ got crucified.

His life will be prolonged (extended) and he will live to even see his offspring (Isaiah 53:10 and Psalm 91:16, which by the way contradict Jesus never got married and had children. In Islam’s Noble Quran’s 13:38, however, it is quite possible that Jesus Christ had wives and children).

His life will overpower death (Isaiah 53:12).

“Death” in Isaiah 53:9 is proven to be symbolic using the Hebrew Lexicon and several English translations, and it never meant a literal death.

Important Note: Psalm 91 is speaking as a number of Prophecies that WILL take place. Notice how the verses are speak of future events that WILL TAKE PLACE. Never once throughout the entire New Testament were the Angels sent to save Jesus from striking his foot against a rock. This, again, clearly proves that the NT is indeed false and corrupt.

We usually take the position that the entire Bible can’t be trusted at face value, however we’ll suspend that for now. Is this prophesy implying that Jesus isn’t the real Messiah, that the Jews might have the upper hand thanks to their beliefs and Muslims? Possibly. At any rate Jesus didn’t die as described in the Bible, because the physics are all wrong. He wouldn’t have been able to survive as long as three days due to primitive conditions of cleanliness in those days.

BONUS: I didn’t know where to put this, so I just it for the end. Here are the last words of Jesus (don’t know which is his very last words so that’s up to the reader I suppose):

The gospel writers record seven statements uttered by Jesus while he was on the cross:
“Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” (Luke 23:34)
“Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.” (Luke 23:43)
“Woman, behold, your son!” (John 19:25-27)
“E′li, E′li, la′ma sa‧bach‧tha′ni?” (Matthew 27:46; Mark 15:34) (Aramaic for “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?”)
“I thirst.” (John 19:28)
“It is finished.” (John 19:30)
“Father, into your hands I commit my spirit!” (Luke 23:46)


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