Friday, March 26, 2004


The passion. 12 hours of decision and death. Does the life count for much?

What are the implications if Jesus had just parachuted in for the day. Left his parachute in the Garden of Gethsemane and stepped into the Passion?

What is the effect on our salvation if Jesus had amnesia, had forgotten about his birth mother, lost his childhood memories, forgotten his 1st job?

What is the effect on our theology if Jesus is just a human who got “possessed” at baptism, as in The Last Temptation?

Does the life count for much?

Posted by steve at 04:51 PM


  1. Got another one for you:

    If we really believe that Jesus was resurrected (meaning he still lives today), does his continuing work matter for much? If so, how does what we see him doing reflect in our theology, our liturgical celebrations, etc.?

    I submit we live like he’s still dead.

    Comment by Matt Westbrook — March 31, 2004 @ 3:01 pm

  2. 1. we can now lean our head’s on the shoulder our brother jesus, the king of pain – every time we pray ….

    2. the work of jesus the integrator of the universe has not yet finished – and so we wake up to walk on …

    3. God is not just creator and redeemer, but also sustainer – of every breathe we take

    Comment by steve — March 31, 2004 @ 8:32 pm

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