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Kenyan lawyer on quixotic quest to nullify trial of Jesus

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Forest Wolf, Aug 3, 2013.

  1. Forest Wolf

    Forest Wolf Magical And Blessed

    Religious News Service - July 30

    Dola Indidis, a Roman Catholic, is petitioning the International Court of Justice, based at The Hague, to nullify Jesus’ conviction and death sentence. Photo by Fredrick Nzwili
  2. Supreme

    Supreme British

    Seems a bit pointless, but he has a point- Jesus' human rights were violated, and Pilate did mistreat him by having him executed. I doubt the ICC will treat this seriously, but just remember- without Jesus' sacrifice, we wouldn't have Christianity or His salvation today.
  3. Paradoxum

    Paradoxum Liberty, Equality, Solidarity!

    Sounds silly to me.

    Jesus rights were likely violated, but then so were millions of other peoples' through-out history. Are we going to spend centuries doing this for everyone?
  4. Sayen

    Sayen Cranky Old Man

    Umm, without that violation, as Supreme said above, there wouldn't be a Christianity. The entire concept of Biblical salvation requires Jesus to take the fall.

    I'm not sure this guy has thought everything through.
  5. Billnew

    Billnew Legend

    ah, his conviction was nullified and his death sentence was revoked by God after three days.
    You can't undo his suffering, so it is a waste of time.
    He should really read the bible.