Okay dokey... 1) Did Jews reject Jesus as the son of god and their king, because he failed to fullfill certain prophecies in their eyes, or that at that time, they wanted more a warrior king, not a man who went around preaching peace? Or was it a bit of both? 2) What do you think Jesus would think of Christianity, as it is today? 3) What would Jesus think about men like Bush, who profess to be Christian, yet were 'hawks' and pro war? 4) Is there a biblical date as to when Jesus is meant to make his grand return? 5) How many times in the Bible does Jesus himself actually declare himself to be the Son Of God? How many times does he declare himself to be son of man? 6) How many miracles were atttributed to Jesus, in the Bible? 7) Do you think that Jesus was able to see far into the future, for example, would Jesus have known that in the year 2011, we would all be using the net, as a means of communication? 8) What do you think Jesus thinks of so called Christians who store their wealth? 9) If Jesus was the son of god, and god can do anything, why did Jesus not wish to leave any tangible evidence of his existance? Logicallly, this would have saved a great deal of confusion, and been a better plan. 10) Would Jesus not have been of more value, remaining alive and at large, than effectively committing suicide by allowing himself to apparently be caught and killed? We would denounce such a thing were it done in the modern age, so why revere it in a bygone age? If he had remained alive, he could have gone on travelling, speaking the word of god (himself), to anyone and everyone that wanted to hear about it, directly. He could have lived forever, never ageing, and been our representative here on earth, rather than relying on dodgy priests.