2 thoughts on “Palmer St. Podcast: John 19

  1. Hi
    One may find the following discussion interesting on the issue of Jesus’ death on Cross or his no dying on it
    Scott Thong Says:
    July 11, 08 at vide http://scottthong.wordpress.com/2007/01/17/the-locked-tomb-mystery-whodunit/ and concludes:
    I do not know where you got your information from, but I contend that it is inferior to the logic and proof of my arguments.
    paarsurrey Says: The comment is awaiting moderation.
    July 11, 08 at
    I respect your faith.
    I have read the write-up as contained in (http://scottthong.wordpress.com/2007/01/17/the-locked-tomb-mystery-whodunit/) the whole of it. In my opinion there is a difference between a myth and a miracle. One cannot understand a phenomenon fully unless one compares it with others writing on the subject.The PromisedMessiah 1835-1908 has explained it in detail with very sound arguments. Kindly read his book “Jesus in India” , written a hundred years ago and compare it with your views and you will know the truth for sure. It only requires a little research.
    The book “Jesus in India” can be accessed here freely:
    Kindly read the book so that we could discuss it further. There is no harm if other persons reading our posts join in the discussion. Jesus did not die a cursed death on Cross; he was a righteous person, I love him.
    The myth (not the miracle) of Jesus dying on Cross was invented by Paul at Rome, when Jesus was in exile and alive in India. There is no mystery; if there was any, that has been solved by the PromisedMessiah 1835-1908 with a Word of revelation from GodAllahYHWH.
    I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

  2. Thanks for the comment paarsurrey.

    I find it odd that Paul should have invented the story of Jesus dying on the cross. Christ’s disciples were preaching the atoning death and resurrection of Jesus before Paul became a Christian. We will recall that Paul was a well-known persecutor of the early church and was present when Stephen the first martyr was killed for his faith. What faith was that? Again, faith in Jesus, His death and resurrection.

    If Christ did not die on the cross and rise again, then He lied to His followers, because He foretold these very things.

    As you noted, Scott T has responded well to this in his comments. See his post.</a>

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