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The question really is: Did Jesus conquer death? And is it important for death to be conquered in the first place? Is death an object, that needs to be destroyed? And was it significant to think of death as having some cognitive abilities that way? These are the questions that any critical thinker, ( which most of you theists aren’t anyway) should ask.
What does it mean to conquer death? When you resurrect, have you conquered death? When Jesus died for three days and rose again, i ask again, is it correct to state that death was conquered? Many songs have been sung concerning death, and the amazing resurrection of Jesus. The very god who designed man, and by extension invented death, should not not make resurrection such an impressive phenomenon. I do not believe Jesus resurrected. Jesus died and was gone forever. And for me, he was just a famous, eloquent politician. Nothing more.
God designs death, then comes and makes Jesus resurrect, and makes it a big deal, when he knows it is all a ploy to confuse humanity. That is some god. What god should have done is give a one year grace period for all humanity not to die. As in the world should not know death for a year, maybe 10 years. If Jesus resurrected, the fair thing to to would be to have him walking all over the world, preaching till the last day.
The resurrection of Jesus did not happen. Jesus did not conquer death. Even the way it is narrated in the bible is not as impressive as it is made to look. The bible has exploited the mystery surrounding death to create a fanatical following of Christians. But the truth is Jesus did no resurrect.
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