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Views people have about Yeshua
of Nazareth, a.k.a. Jesus Christ:

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A combination of Yeshua of Nazareth's (a.k.a. Jesus Christ's) personal teachings, the teachings of Paul, the teachings about Jesus by his disciples, addition of teachings by various groups in early Christianity, and the inclusion of Pagan Greek philosophy led to the development of the largest religion in the world: Christianity.

Today, people have many views about Yeshua. Some were donated by visitors to this web site:

bullet Jose Davis: "What's up Jesus?" a conservative Christian interpretation of the resurrection of Jesus

bullet Dipak Dholakia: "My own Jesus"

bullet James Gray: "Why is our 'Christian' society anti-Jesuan?"

bullet Henry Hasse: "Scandal - Justice - Faith: one person's personal beliefs"

bulletAllan Janssen:

bullet "Jesus, the Gospel of Thomas and knowledge"

bullet "The message of Jesus: the message of Christ"

bullet Larry Langston: "A Single Statement that Changed the World"

bullet Arthur Levine: "Chasing Jesus"

bulletBen Lomond:

bullet "Jesus of Nazareth -- God's delegated agent to the world"

bullet "How early Pagan Greek fathers hijacked Jesus of Nazareth"


Rabbi Allen S. Maller:

bullet George Mercurio: On the Existence of Jesus Christ

bullet John S. Morgan: "An outline & review of Bart Ehrman's book: "Misquoting Jesus"

bullet Jeffrey Small: "Was Jesus influenced by Hinduism and Buddhism?"

bullet R.C. Symes: "The resurrection myths about Jesus;" a progressive Christian interpretation

bullet Alton Thompson: "Being like Jesus"

bullet Arthur Trafford: "An essay about Jesus and the virgin birth"

bullet Daniel Unterbrink: "About Jesus the Galilean"

bullet "Reni:" "Jesus as a Pagan deity"

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Still another view of Jesus:

John Fugelsang, an American actor and commedian, offered his take on Jesus:

In one simple, run-on sentence, he said:

View of jesus by John Fugelsang 1

The reference to "(M 6:5)" relates to the gospel of Matthew, 6:5.

We are uncertain of the date when John wrote this statement. However, it was undoubtedly composed before the Fall of 2015. If it was written later than this, he almost certainly would have added references to Jesus statements about welcoming strangers -- refugees -- to one's land.

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References used:

The following information source was used to prepare and update the above essay. The hyperlink is not necessarily still active today.

  1. " 'Jesus Was A Radical Nonviolent Revolutionary' Post By John Fugelsang Is Spot On," Huffington Post, 2013-DEC-28, at:

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Copyright 2001 to 2015 by Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
Latest update: 2015-DEC-21
Author: B.A. Robinson

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