The Crucifixion and the Conquest of Mecca: which is higher: to forgive from a position of powerlessness, or of power? By paulwilliamsbloggingtheologycom on October 1, 2017 • ( 4 ) Share this:ShareFacebookEmailWhatsAppTumblrTwitterLike this:Like Loading...‹ How to Explain the Sharia to Your Christian NeighborHear, O Israel, the Lord thy God is not Israel. ›Categories: Abdal-Hakim Murad
Jesus said he could of called down a legion of angels to get him off the cross if he wanted.
thats a lie. matthew told you jesus said that. mark did not tell you jesus said that. as a matter of fact, mark says everyone forsook jesus, even god himself. when jesus was FORSAKEN that would have been a great time to say “you who have forsaken me, forgive like i forgive them”
compassion or forgiveness shown towards someone whom it is within one’s power to punish or harm.
when god himself forsook jesus, what power did jesus have left? he was nailed .
you cannot put matthew or john into marks version, every gospel writer is telling a different story.
Are you conceding the koran is wrong and Jesus was crucified?
Didn’t Muhammad forgive them because they converted to Islam?