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Did Jesus Die On The Cross

Did Jesus die on the cross?

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For you too athiest if you are willing to accept Him as Lord and Savior.
---MARK_N on 5/24/07


Yes. You may read the accounts in Matt, Mark, Luke and John. Of the three that they crucified that day, He was the only one who died (at 3:00). Due to passover rituals, they pulled the other 2 down and broke their legs as was the custom. They did not need to break Jesus'legs as he was already dead.
---jody on 5/24/07


If Jesus didnt die, then there is no forgiveness of sin. If He didnt rise from the dead, there is no salvation....
By His life we are saved
---duane on 5/24/07


Many people died on the cross, including Jesus, but he is the only one to rise from the dead on the third day to save us from our sins.
---Rev_Herb on 5/24/07


If He did not die on the cross, how could there be a Resurrection?
---Jack on 6/5/06




Yes Jesus did die on the Cross and He did it all for you and me so that we would have eternal life in Him.
---Helen_5378 on 5/28/06


Jack, I was talking about the fact that God the Father through His Spirit inspired Paul to write that. In other words, Paul was saying the he (Paul) was crucified with Christ. However, God was in Christ reconciling the whole world unto Himself.
---Linda6563 on 5/28/06


Linda ... I, like Jack, had wondered about that ... it was surely Paul who said he had been crucifed with Christ? I can see nothing in my Bible to see that God the Father was saying these things.
---alan_do8869_of_UK on 5/28/06


Linda, what kind of theology is this to say that the Father said that HE was crucified with Christ--as you yourself posted:

"Father God could say in Gal.2:20: "I have been crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live, yet not I but Christ that lives within me..."

Are you paying ANY attention to what you are posting?
---Jack on 5/27/06


Yes, Jesus surely did die on the cross and rose from the dead by the power of the Father. Whoever does not believe this is lost and does not belong to God. This means that there is NO other way and regretably will be doomed forever in torment in hell. Just because a person does not believe this truth is no excuse and they will be doomed forever!
---A_witness on 5/3/06




Jesus died on the cross. Jesus was buried and rose from the dead. Mark 15:15-47 \ 16:1-14 John 19:1-42 \ 20:1-31 \ 1Corinthians 15:3-4 For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to scriptures:
We can accept God's gift of salvation by repenting and believing in Jesus as our Saviour. John 3:15-18 Ephesians 2:8,9
---Ulrika on 5/2/06


Yes Jesus did die on the cross, but he didn't stay there for long. He rose from the dead in 3 days. He was taken off the cross after he "gave up His Spirit." His life was NOT taken from Him, He gave it up.
---Donna9759 on 5/2/06


Yes, I believe that He died on a cross but, linking this with another question, I don't think that we can be sure that Jesus carried His cross. It is more likely that He carried (and was helped to carry) the cross piece onto which His arms would be outstretched. This piece would have been fastened to an upright stake or a tree. This was a usual way of crucifixion for criminals in those days. The main difference is that Jesus was not a criminal and He GAVE his life, it was NOT TAKEN from Him.
---emg on 5/2/06


In order for all that God said in His Word to be true, it had to really be that way otherwise He is a liar. There is so much more to the cross than just one man dying physically. It was the actual removing of who we were in Adam so that, on the third day, there was nothing left but the righteous man raised up as the head of the new creation.
---Linda6563 on 5/2/06


He looked so much like fallen humanity there on the cross (spiritually, mentally, physically, socially, and financially) that Father God could say in Gal.2:20: "I have been crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live, yet not I but Christ that lives within me..." and in Romans 6 that I died with and was buried with Him. And on into Eph.2 that I was quickened, raised, and seated with Him.
---Linda6563 on 5/2/06


I have heard that any man who carried a cross was condemned to die. The significance of Simon of Cyrene bearing the cross for a time points to exactly who was condemned to die (man in Adam) and Jesus' identification with fallen humanity in His death. Jesus was made sin and the curse and He took the condemnation not only for us but as us.
---Linda6563 on 5/2/06


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