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Intro


easter: where do you stand?

Some believe he planned to overthrow Caesar. Others say he was the Messiah, sent to liberate the world from the powers of darkness.

His followers claim he came back to life after his brutal execution, and walked among them. His enemies say his body was stolen and remains hidden.

2000 years on, its time to reopen the case on Jesus Christ.

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Intro


easter: where do you stand?

Some believe he planned to overthrow Caesar. Others say he was the Messiah, sent to liberate the world from the powers of darkness.

His followers claim he came back to life after his brutal execution, and walked among them. His enemies say his body was stolen and remains hidden.

2000 years on, its time to reopen the case on Jesus Christ.

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Man?


THe MAN

In the time of Jesus, the Jewish people were living under the brutal occupation of legions loyal to the Roman emperor, Tiberius.

Could it be that Jesus was so popular because people believed he would liberate them from Rome, leading an armed uprising? Maybe Judas betrayed Jesus when he was crushed to discover that Jesus rejected any plan to kick off an insurrection.

When Jesus was arrested, one of his followers attacked an official with his sword. Only hours before his trial and execution, were Jesus’ people intent on violent conflict? Was Jesus just another failed rebel?

OR THE MYTH?

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Man?


THe MAN

In the time of Jesus, the Jewish people were living under the brutal occupation of legions loyal to the Roman emperor, Tiberius.

Could it be that Jesus was so popular because people believed he would liberate them from Rome, leading an armed uprising? Maybe Judas betrayed Jesus when he was crushed to discover that Jesus rejected any plan to kick off an insurrection.

When Jesus was arrested, one of his followers attacked an official with his sword. Only hours before his trial and execution, were Jesus’ people intent on violent conflict? Was Jesus just another failed rebel?

OR THE MYTH?

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Myth?


THE MYTH

Theres no shortage of people who believe that the stories of Jesus’ life are mythologized history. The vast bulk of writing about Jesus, including all those miracle stories, is biased, they say, because it was written by Christians.

Can books written by close followers of Jesus offer any kind of accuracy? Surely there was an agenda to retrofit Jesus into the prophesies made about the Messiah in the Old Testament?

And, more scientifically, how can a dead body revive, push aside the heavy stone of a guarded tomb, and walk around? In an age of reason, belief in Jesus seems positively ‘out of the ark’. So is Jesus a myth, with no place in the modern world?

OR THE MESSIAh?

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Myth?


THE MYTH

Theres no shortage of people who believe that the stories of Jesus’ life are mythologized history. The vast bulk of writing about Jesus, including all those miracle stories, is biased, they say, because it was written by Christians.

Can books written by close followers of Jesus offer any kind of accuracy? Surely there was an agenda to retrofit Jesus into the prophesies made about the Messiah in the Old Testament?

And, more scientifically, how can a dead body revive, push aside the heavy stone of a guarded tomb, and walk around? In an age of reason, belief in Jesus seems positively ‘out of the ark’. So is Jesus a myth, with no place in the modern world?

OR THE MESSIAh?

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Messiah?


THE MESSIAH

A messiah is a saviour and liberator. Many people have been hailed as Messiahs, from Che Guevara to Mao Zedong, and the name Messiah has often had a political and violent edge.

Jesus rejected violence, but he still saw himself as a saviour and liberator. At the start of his public life, he announced his mission: ‘The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour.’

Could it be that Jesus is the Messiah, offering new life to everyone who follows him?

vote: man, myth or messiaH?

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Messiah?


THE MESSIAH

A messiah is a saviour and liberator. Many people have been hailed as Messiahs, from Che Guevara to Mao Zedong, and the name Messiah has often had a political and violent edge.

Jesus rejected violence, but he still saw himself as a saviour and liberator. At the start of his public life, he announced his mission: ‘The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour.’

Could it be that Jesus is the Messiah, offering new life to everyone who follows him?

vote: man, myth or messiaH?

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Vote


Where do you stand?

Vote Man

If you believe Jesus was simply a man and nothing more

Vote Myth

If you believe the story of Jesus has been fabricated

Vote Messiah

If you believe Jesus is the Messiah who offers new life

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Vote


Where do you stand?

Vote Man

If you believe Jesus was simply a man and nothing more

Vote Myth

If you believe the story of Jesus has been fabricated

Vote Messiah

If you believe Jesus is the Messiah who offers new life

Undecided? Examine the case further on the Investigate page.
Then come back here and cast your vote.