A clouded night and burnished hair;
Between her lips, a star.
The World rushes by
Beneith a blue-grey gaze.
In stillness she sits,
A puddle of focussed grace
Eyes narrow, fingers tease a stray lock,
Ice wind caresses her face
Her gaze is inwards
She strokes the darkness like a pet
Her light flickers
She sees me
A star is quickly snuffed
Our hearts embrace and then our bodies
A smile replaces the frown.
SDB (2015) cc by nd
The short answer has to be "yes" though: I'll explain...
All we know of this figure is "as written in the Bible" and Xians seem to have trouble agreeing.
If JC were also God, then everything he did and said was right by definition.
However, few mainstream churches treat the gospels as actual eyewitness accounts these days... so, probably, the best approach is to look at the Jesus represented in there as we would a fictional character, whatever the truth, and ask if that character was ever mistaken.
I dont think JC was ever presented as making a mistake... although he does sometimes go back on earlier statements. But there are parts, i.e. in his temptation, where the story cannot physically be true (he could not possibly see all the kingdoms of the world from a mountain top). So, either JC was lying, or he was mistaken.
(Naturally others have already considered the question... see link for eg.)
Gosh you are so smart I can barely understand what you say!
I get that sometimes. I never really know what to do with it though. For one thing, I don't think I'm all that bright. Sure I know stuff tha
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