Where did Jesus go for three days after he died?

Posted: 2020/03/24 in Uncategorized

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Where did Jesus go for three days after he died?

 

The Bible does not specifically state what happened to Jesus immediately after He died on the cross.  Because of this, there is debate surrounding the answer to the question of where He went and what He did.

A timeline is a legal concept that helps prove a theory to be true or not to be true.  A representation of,  or exhibit of key events within the confines of  a chronological order.

Because there is no Biblical record or any way of authenticating the facts with evidence that Jesus is in fact  alive or dead, we must therefore believe with faith that either Jesus never died or did die and came back to life.

Habeas corpus (Show me the body) is a writ that a person may seek from a court to obtain immediate release from jail, in jail for or accused of a crime they did not commit.

No one killed Jesus because Jesus is not dead.

The Romans, through a high court, ordered Jesus to death by crucifixion, hung him on a cross after torturing and beating him to confess being a leader in the insurrection against Rome,  that he was accused of.

Jesus quietly professed his innocence and was acquitted by the court for the insurrection.  However, through political pressure and lack of concern for a peasant, Jesus was sentenced to death by crucifixion by the high court of Rome.

There is no physical body or dead body to produce, therefore no one killed Jesus.  If Jesus is a fictional character, what does it matter anyway where he went? As long as I believe he is alive…

 

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