Sunday, June 24, 2007

Questions for Sunday

Dennis Diehl went to a Christian University and is a former pastor of 26 years, who outgrew the teachings of the bible. These are some great questions that every human should consider. Click the link below to read the full article:
Why does the Apostle Paul, who writes most of the New Testament, NEVER quote Jesus, tell a story of his life or death, discuss a miracle or teaching?

Did Paul ever spend five minutes with the real human Jesus?

Isn't it strange the man who writes most of the New Testament and tells us all how to live, think and believe about Jesus, never met him, while the Twelve who did, vanish into thin air and write nothing?

How come Jesus never wrote anything himself while alive, but then writes perfect Greek after he is dead in the form of the Book of Revelation?

If Herod killed all the little children under two to get at Jesus, who escaped, can we not say the little children had to die for Jesus before he died for them?

How could Mary leave town after being warned of Herod's intentions and never tell the women in the town, their kids were about to be butchered?

Do you think Mary thought, 'I know something you don't know,' as she left town?

Via J