@HH let’s say that an injury released a hormone or drug in the body that created a coma for three days and then miraculously the subject awoke with all his stength ?[/quote]
Nah, Jesus was a space alien. Its all right there in Paul’s Epistles.
These are far more reliable than the stuff written hundreds of years after Jesus’ death.
But seriously, Jesus being extraterrestrial seems far more reasonable than all the miraculous stuff.
Clearly, you know NOTHING about Paul’s epistles. Do you know what it takes to genuinely understand Paul’s epistles? Extensive knowledge of Greco-Roman history, religions, and social structures; facility with a particular Greek dialect (koine), Greek rhetoric, and ancient epistolary theory; deep familiarity with BOTH the Septuagint (Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures) AND the Hebrew Scriptures; understanding of Second Temple Apocalypticism and Messianic expectations; and the list goes on.
Don’t presume to know ANYTHING about Paul.[/quote]
Typical religious response…“You’re not a scholar! I’ve studied this (nonsense) for years!! How dare you!!”
I can read. And Paul’s epistles clearly show that only a space alien, an extraterrestrial, could do the things that Jesus did.
To a wandering semi-literate like Paul, an extraterrestrial would have seem like a god. What’s the big deal with that? Jesus being an extraterrestrial actually makes far more sense. Why is that impossible to believe?