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Ideas on the crucifiction

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jscietologys

Hi, I have discovered an idea about the crucifiction. It is that maybe Christ was crucified because he went against the natural laws of God. Working miracles like turning water into wine is in some ways distorting the Force, and the force thus dictates a rebuttal form of events on the distorter therin, namely the crucifiction to jesus. 

what do you think. 

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Faber

What is the "Force"? Is it related to what is in the movie Star Wars?

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Placable37
14 hours ago, jscietologys said:

Hi, I have discovered an idea about the crucifiction. It is that maybe Christ was crucified because he went against the natural laws of God. Working miracles like turning water into wine is in some ways distorting the Force, and the force thus dictates a rebuttal form of events on the distorter therin, namely the crucifiction to jesus. 

what do you think. 

Rubbish.

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Civilwarbuff
20 hours ago, jscietologys said:

Hi, I have discovered an idea about the crucifiction. It is that maybe Christ was crucified because he went against the natural laws of God. Working miracles like turning water into wine is in some ways distorting the Force, and the force thus dictates a rebuttal form of events on the distorter therin, namely the crucifiction to jesus. 

what do you think. 

Just curious, does God use a light saber?

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Knotical

Everything Christ did was part of God's plan.  He was not being punished for anything He did.  He was suffering the ultimate price for what we have done, and are doing.

 

Think of it this way: since Jesus is God how could He go against His own natural laws?

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SkepticalOne
On 7/7/2018 at 10:34 AM, jscietologys said:

Hi, I have discovered an idea about the crucifiction. It is that maybe Christ was crucified because he went against the natural laws of God. Working miracles like turning water into wine is in some ways distorting the Force, and the force thus dictates a rebuttal form of events on the distorter therin, namely the crucifiction to jesus. 

what do you think. 

Haven't read the Gospels or Acts/Romans have you?  They make it pretty clear why he was crucified, and it certainly had nothing to do  with going against natural law.

On 7/8/2018 at 7:00 AM, Knotical said:

Everything Christ did was part of God's plan.  He was not being punished for anything He did.  He was suffering the ultimate price for what we have done, and are doing.

 

Think of it this way: since Jesus is God how could He go against His own natural laws?

 

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William
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On 7/8/2018 at 4:56 AM, Civilwarbuff said:

Just curious, does God use a light saber?

Dunno but I want one:

 

 

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ConfessionalLutheran
On ‎7‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 8:00 AM, Knotical said:

Everything Christ did was part of God's plan.  He was not being punished for anything He did.  He was suffering the ultimate price for what we have done, and are doing.

 

Think of it this way: since Jesus is God how could He go against His own natural laws?

Exactly. God ( unlike " the Force") is not some figment of a money- maker's imagination and Jesus ( God the Son) does His Father's work. He voluntarily took on human flesh to bear our sins and be our Savior. Here is a fairly basic Catechism that explains things.. 

CATECHISM.CPH.ORG

Martin Luther addresses faithful and godly pastors and preachers in his Preface to the Small Catechism.

 God bless you on your journey!

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ConfessionalLutheran
24 minutes ago, ConfessionalLutheran said:

Exactly. God ( unlike " the Force") is not some figment of a money- maker's imagination and Jesus ( God the Son) does His Father's work. He voluntarily took on human flesh to bear our sins and be our Savior. Here is a fairly basic Catechism that explains things.. 

CATECHISM.CPH.ORG

Martin Luther addresses faithful and godly pastors and preachers in his Preface to the Small Catechism.

 God bless you on your journey!

Sorry, I forgot what subforum I was in. Here's something from my local Church of Christ website: 

MANASSASCHURCH.ORG

The First Principles Class meets every Sunday at 9:00 AM in Room 12 First door down the hall from the Fellowship Room.  The class is taught by our Brother Owen Mullenax, a former Elder.  His teaching will help you to prepare for more advanced study, to know how to approach and teach an intrested person who would like to begin learning the bible.  The class is for all age groups, and...
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Origen
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There is nothing even remotely Church of Christ about this thread.

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ConfessionalLutheran

I moved this thread to " Theological Debate."

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atpollard
On 7/7/2018 at 11:34 AM, jscietologys said:

Hi, I have discovered an idea about the crucifiction. It is that maybe Christ was crucified because he went against the natural laws of God. Working miracles like turning water into wine is in some ways distorting the Force, and the force thus dictates a rebuttal form of events on the distorter therin, namely the crucifiction to jesus. 

what do you think. 

Who gets crucified to re-balance the natural laws for all of God's other miracles?

 

What I think is that this theory is both very unbiblical and not very well thought out.

(PS.  Jesus continued to violate natural laws even after he was resurrected ... like appearing and disappearing along a road or in a locked room.)

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Matthew A.Duvall
On ‎7‎/‎7‎/‎2018 at 10:34 AM, jscietologys said:

Hi, I have discovered an idea about the crucifiction. It is that maybe Christ was crucified because he went against the natural laws of God. Working miracles like turning water into wine is in some ways distorting the Force, and the force thus dictates a rebuttal form of events on the distorter therin, namely the crucifiction to jesus. 

what do you think. 

What on earth are you talking about ? M

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Placable37
1 hour ago, Matthew Duvall said:

What on earth are you talking about ? M

The clue is in the title..."cruci-fiction".

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ConfessionalLutheran
On ‎9‎/‎5‎/‎2018 at 1:51 AM, Placable37 said:

The clue is in the title..."cruci-fiction".

Point taken. I suppose the warning should have been implicit in the word fiction,  but I thought it was a case of simple misspelling. Oops.

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