Can Jesus Christ feel the pain of passion during Crucifixion?

@mantis36 (4237)
Philippines
November 4, 2011 8:38pm CST
Since Jesus Christ is a Half-God, or a 100 percent God, whatever... since He is not a 100 human, can he feel the pain while the nail inserted unto his wrist? crowning with thorns? for i believe that even a living being contains 99% human with a 1% God features, i think that living being can't feel the pain during Crucifixion.... How about if Jesus is a 100% human, and become a 100% God only after 3 days of death when he already resurrected to Heaven and become a God later? (my current belief) I want to know more deeply about Jesus because the Priest can't explain this, blasphemy is their primary reason and according to priest - it is a sin if you question God and we have no right to question about God... I want to hear different explanations and opinions... I want to know more God and Jesus more deeply by collecting ideas of different religion's point of view... Can Jesus Christ feel the pain of passion during Crucifixion if He is already a God before His death?
5 responses
@barehugs (8986)
• Canada
6 Nov 11
No one has ever proved that Jesus was anything but a Teacher, or even that he ever lived in Palestine. Go ahead and believe anything you wish, but don't expect others to delve into your fallacies. I respect your daydreams, everyone has them, but please don't expect that we all take them seriously! The story of Jesus's life is a lovely dream that ended horribly in an atrocious murder that no Loving God would ever condone for any reason in Heaven!
@mantis36 (4237)
• Philippines
6 Nov 11
not only a teacher but one of the best teachers of the world.....
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@barehugs (8986)
• Canada
6 Nov 11
Granted, perhaps, - But not a God!
@urbandekay (18312)
28 Nov 11
The conventional Christian belief is that Jesus is both fully human and fully God; a cup of water is both fully a cup and also full of water all the best urban
@mantis36 (4237)
• Philippines
28 Nov 11
now i finally learn that Jesus possesses both qualities, and its not a 100 percent but a 200 percent both a human and a God as what majority comment said... to make it more clearer comparison i think, it is like comparing to a cellular phone having two or three SIM cards capable of accepting information's between two or three networks.
@Angelwriter (1956)
• United States
6 Nov 11
Jesus was completely human while he lived on Earth. But, at the same time He was and is God. He felt everything. Spiritually, He was the Son of God. But, the whole point of Him taking the form of man was to be a man. Not to be someone just going through the motions but not feeling anything. Physically, he was 100 percent human (and He is always 100 percent God) But, the whole point of Him coming to Earth was to put Himself in our place and take on the punishment. It wouldn't be a punishment if He had all those things happen - the nails, the thorns- but didn't really feel them. What He did was an act of love for us because He knew he would suffer, but did it anyway. I guess the thing is to not try to make God make sense in human terms. Maybe in that sense, it's hard to grasp that God can feel pain. But, He did. The best way to put it was that while on Earth, He was spiritually and morally God, but His body had the physical limitations of any person.
@mantis36 (4237)
• Philippines
6 Nov 11
so, now i know that it is not a 50% Human with a 50% God since i am basing Him in a Statistic out of 100% distribution... but.... Jesus is truly a 100% Human and at the same time a 100% God and for that reason... that truly makes Him our Lord because of that features...
• India
5 Nov 11
Hello mantis36. According to a BBC documentary, based on experts' research links for which were shared and I still had them in my archive, Jesus survived crucifixion and moved to some other part. I share the links of the videos here for information: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6apnJ5J_Zg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwafEk3iSp0&feature=related
@mantis36 (4237)
• Philippines
5 Nov 11
i am not concentrating only to listen to one sided religion, i am an open minded person, and the possibilities are endless, the internet forum is the most information highway learning face to face to actual people is not effective because the facial expression and arguments lead to break up conversations.... and you can't receive new information's to note for... that is the reason why all comments are i highly accepted and appreciated for... the possibilities are endless.... even planet Pluto is not been seen by Galileo, he believed that Planet Pluto is none existence.... but in my time, Planet Pluto is discovered.... but now, Planet Pluto is divorced to the sun's solar system planets this happen also to religions of any kind... just listen to all sided, and take them notes and let your conscience decide, blasphemy? i don't think so, just listen to all of the reply, more information's more lucky i am... before i watched the video, i seek first the comment of every different people who already watched that video before, different point of view, that is what i like it...
• Indonesia
5 Nov 11
There were two facts. Jesus is a God. My point of view, I believed that Jesus did not feel the pain created by Humans. The crucifixion of Jesus is the punishment that was made by human. So, I believed that Jesus do not feel sick when he was crucified. This opinion I have faith in the Lord Of Jesus. Seeing through the eyes of Biology, Jesus is a human being born by a human being. Jesus made of meat and meat will feel hurt or sick not soul. It is same things, if something happens to our body, we will feel pain just like Jesus, although Jesus is God. That's what I believe.