posted on Dec, 7 2013 @ 12:49 PM
Let's face it, most people (including myself) have had an idea of Biblical Jesus that more than likely does not correspond with the biological and
physiological truths of an adult male human body. I'm talking about Son of God Jesus, not Prophet regular human Jesus of history. We're told He came
in the flesh and became 100% human but somehow we want to mentally strip and censor all those little things that truly make him human. A male human to
be exact. Why have we made a Hollywood Movie Star version of his journey through earth and ignored everything else that made him just like one of
Is it because of fear of disrespecting God? Is it lack of curiosity? Is it too private and intrusive to reflect on? Does it in any way lower our
stereotypical views of what "holy" is? I understand It's really difficult imagine Jesus cutting the cheese or having morning wood but this thread
attempts to explore these questions.
Even if there is a humorous tone because of the nature of the quirky human body and behavior, please do not think that I am in anyway being
disrespectful, I have had these conversations with all kinds of people and have had different approaches and responses;
Some say that he was 100% human and did all these things.
Others say that he was 100% human but had absolute control over his hormones, organs, fluids etc.
Others say he was 50% human 50% alien/Angel/Spirit and yet others say that he had the appearance of a human, but really did not function like one
I'm interested in your point of view.
Just forget about hunky blonde Blue eyed Jesus for one second and consider him in relation to:
-Gassy and bloaty as a baby
-Sick in any way
-Parasites, Bacteria, Fungus, Viruses
-Pee on the bed?
-Did he have an Awkward teenager phase.
-Bad Breath/Body Odor
-Cavities or gingivitis
-Did he ever slip, trip on a stone, slide embarrassingly down a hill or flight of stairs?
-Hit his finger with a hammer?
-Was he a good dancer?
-Ever blush, slur his words, have nervous ticks?
-Scratch his butt
-Was his voice low or high pitched?
-Did he have a sweet tooth?
-Did he ever get tipsy, lightheaded?
-Ever do pranks, tell jokes, laugh hysterically?
You get the point. My conclusion is yes to all the above and all the others I didn't mention. Why not? Why say he was a human but deprive him of the
little pleasures and pains of being one? He bled, He cried, He laughed, He got angry, He got thirsty and hungry. He even died!