What is Bible?

Who is Jesus?

Was there the  

Why Jesus is 
the only way

Shroud of Turin 

confirms Bible

Science and Religion

What is Evolution?

Coded Bible

About the Jews 

Prostitute -the 
false church

Society of Jesus 

Knights of a Temple 



Blood of Satan 
- Cain

Fallen Angels

Devil creations

Here are dragons

Fairys, Naga...Gods

Are genetic defects - 
price of evolution? 

Another World

Aliens or old gods?


His Name  

How old the mankind?

Book of Daniel

"Revelation" of John

The signs of times 

Mark of the beast

Let me introduce:  Satan

The will of God

Prayer of Jesus




What had transformed him into a fearless fighter for Jesus? Why was he ready to die for Him? Maybe the answer is in 1 Cor. 15:5, where it is said that resurrected Jesus «was seen by Cephas», i.e. by Peter (see. John.1:42).

And look how a man was convinced of the validity of Jesus against his own will on the example of James, the brother of Jesus (Mat.13:55, Mark.6:3). Though James wasn’t among the first twelve disciples (Mat.10:2-4), later he was recognized as the apostle (Gal.1:19), like Paul and Barnabas (Acts 14:14). While Jesus was alive, James didn’t believe that his brother Jesus was the Son of God (John.7:5). Probably James considered it  humiliating for himself and for his family, when Jesus walked in vicinities and caused laughter of everyone by his claims: « I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me » (John.14:6); 
« I am bread of life » (John.6:35). What would you think, if your brother began to speak such things?

But something happened to James. After Jesus had been crucified and buried, James began to preach in Jerusalem. He said, that Jesus had died for the sins of people, and that He had resurrected and was alive. At the end James became one of the chiefs of the Jerusalem church and wrote the book «The Epistle of James». The first words in it are: «James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ».  James was lost by the death of martyr: he was stoned under by order of Annas, the chief priest (according to  Josephus  Flavius). Why did he come to believe? Maybe the answer is in 1 Cor. 15:7 : «After that, he was seen by James».

If the resurrection didn’t take place and the apostles knew that this was a lie had they simply supported a certain enormous mystification? It is difficult to accept such an assumption by  knowing about moral qualities of those people. They themselves condemned a lie and underlined how important it was to be honest. They aspired to open the truth to people. The disciples of Jesus could not go on tortures and death, if they were not sure in His resurrection. Unanimity, with which they preached the unique doctrine, their courageous behavior  were just amazing.

On the day of the crucifixion they were full of grief, on the first day of the week – of joy. On the day of  the crucifixion they lost their hope, on the first day of the week their hearts were full of confidence and hope. When they heard about the resurrection for the first time they showed mistrust, it was difficult to convince them, but when they were convinced they never had any doubts from that time on. The disappearance of the body from a tomb couldn’t change their characters and strengthen their spirits. Three days is too a little time for the birth of the legend, which would  affect them in a similar way. The formation of legends requires a much longer time. 

Try to imagine the following psychologically absurd variant: a some nice day a small group of cowards with the broken heads gathered in a closet and in several days this group turned into an united group, which couldn't be forced to keep silence by any prosecutions. To try to explain this radical change only by forgery, which they tried to impose on the world is a complete absurdity. Nobody wants to die for a forgery.

To understand the attitude of the apostles towards Christ, to understand all incomprehensibility for them of the cross with crucified Jesus it is necessary to learn the notions about Messiah at the Christ’s time. Life and doctrine of Jesus were in the insoluble contradiction with all Jewish theories of Messiah. From the childhood the Jews were imposed on that when Messiah will come he will be a powerful king, a victorious political leader. He will release the Jews from slavery and will restore ancient glory of Israel. The suffering Messiah was completely alien to the Jewish concepts about a messiah. The whole generation of Jews already lived under the authority of the Romans, who in every possible way restrained their freedom; the repressions of the Romans revived and strengthened the patriotic  moods. And in this critical period the ancient dream of wonderful freedom and of the king - messiah who would bring it, was acquiring a new sense.

Jesus was so much differ of the son of David in Jewish imagination that even His own disciplines hardly connected the idea of Messiah with Jesus. That can be observed  in the following episode.

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