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  1. I would recommend that the author of the question read the words of Jesus Himself. Obviously, Jesus couldn't help but tell us Whose Missionary He was.

  2. In science fiction, this version was considered. Or, for example, that Jesus was a man from the future (I think Voiskunsky, I don't remember anymore). And if-if they existed, by the will of God, it could well be so. And nothing would change from that. In principle, God created the hypostasis of Jesus, the Son of God, when the time came for His mission on Earth, and so He can be considered as an alien from the stars. But this does not mean that somewhere in space there is a civilization of “sons of God”. And where does it say that the human body of Jesus was taken up to heaven? And what is the human body supposed to do there, not to mention the fact that it could hardly exist there?

  3. Yes, that's exactly what I'm leaning towards.Rather, it was not even an alien in the conventional sense,but a biorobot.The mission could aim to introduce the inhabitants of our planet to the principles of good and evil in the understanding of more advanced beings.Our current civilization could teach a lot to people who are cut off from the rest of the world.Many scientific achievements in any field could be demonstrated here.And all this would seem like miracles to illiterate people.Hence walking on water, flying, healing the terminally ill.The main thing is to convey the ten Commandments,what can and should be done, and what should not be done.But this requires unquestioning submission without explaining the causes of phenomena.Everything must be based on FAITH.Without any proof.And humanity itself has tried to distort the original source.How many branches of belief in Christ have emerged…But He was alone.And now Lutherans, Protestants, Pentecostals, Whips,Mormons…I can't remember all of them.They cross themselves from right to left,and vice versa.Some with two fingers,some with three.The Catholic Church gathered the largest number of believers,the Pope is the main Christian.Only the Holy Fire of Grace appears on Orthodox Easter.Why?

  4. If you're referring to the historical Jesus, that's unlikely. Researchers are inclined to believe that, most likely, he was a Jewish preacher and moral teacher.

  5. We cannot fully understand the personalities who lived a hundred years ago, what to say about 2000 years. If you want to believe it, you're welcome. �

    You can build any theory about most of the prophets, from the most sound to the most insane. It is virtually impossible to prove or challenge it.

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