Was Jesus Christ a "God" or "Magician?"

August 24, 2007 11:30am CST
Jesus Christ is known as a miracle worker for performing miracles like: Turning water into wine and walking on water. How is he different from David Copperfield, David Blaine who performed much more impressive "miracles?"
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@LadyDulce (830)
• United States
25 Aug 07
Yeshua made himself human, and as a human he performed the miracles. He said to his disciples that they could do the same; the difference between Yeshua and David Copperfield is the intent. David Copperfield performs to entertain while Yeshua performed to help or heal. Blessed Be
• Barbados
25 Aug 07
Yeshua? Is that Jesus? If he was such a great healer, how come he didn't heal himself?
@ranitam22 (1147)
• United States
24 Aug 07
I did see one of David Blaines shows on tv and he did do something where he floated for a couple seconds in front of people on the street and he was very high off the ground. You have a point, but I think it goes a little deeper than that. Once David Blaine starts curing people with AIDS or something, maybe I'll think about it.
@lecanis (16661)
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
24 Aug 07
Personally it doesn't matter to me if Jesus was a God, or the son of a God, or a magician, or even just some guy. He had some cool ideas, said some things anyone can learn from, and that's enough for me. I don't happen to be a member of the religion he is associated with, or worship the God he is supposed to be the son of, but I can agree with a lot of what he said about how to treat other people and such.