Jesus did not die on the cross

Jesus did not die on the cross. He was put on the cross, but survived. He was in coma when taken off the cross and was later able to escape as is evidenced from the empty tomb. My two billion Christian brethren and sisters need to find a new religion. May I suggest Islam, as Ahmadiyya Muslim Community understands it.  It was an every day case of resuscitation and not the ever otherwise mentioned or witnessed case of resurrection!
Talking about the diversity of the early Christian observations and beliefs, Prof.  Bart Ehrman writes, “Some of these groups believed that Christ’s death brought about the salvation of the world; others maintained that Christ’s death had nothing to do with the salvation of this world; yet other groups insisted that Christ had never actually died.”[1]

Watch a BBC Documentary on Jesus in Kashmir

This thirty minute documentary by BBC, examines what happened to Jesus Christ after he was put on the cross, based on Bible, historical and medical evidence:

Part I

Part II

Part III

The evidence presented indeed establishes the Quranic claim, “Allah made the son of Mary and his mother a Sign, and gave them refuge on an elevated land of green valleys and springs of running water.” (Al Quran 23:51)

Ahmadi Muslims hold the unique belief that Jesus (peace be upon him) survived the crucifixion and travelled towards India to continue his ministry among the Lost Tribes of Israel. Furthermore, they claim that his tomb, containing his body, has been recently re-discovered in India where it can be seen to this day. Ahmadi Muslims also assert that this belief is not only upheld by the Holy Quran and the Sayings of Muhammad, may peace be upon him, but even by the Holy Bible itself.

In this information age, all the evidence to refute the dogma of Pauline Christianity as opposed to one preached by Jesus, may peace be on him, is hiding in plain sight. Only if one cares to look and find!

 The picture is of  empty Tomb at Resthaven Memorial Park, Lubbock, Texas.

Categories: CHRISTIANITY, Religion

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