• It's possible. I don't know whether that was actually the case or not.
    • OrangeDonRump
      It's even more possible that none of that happened at all - since nobody has ever proven Jesus actually existed.
  • With God, all things are possible. However, I believe it happened as the story is written in the Gospel.
  • NO,NO, Jesus was died on the cross as evidenced in the bible that,He was died for our sin.And the bible is the GOD'S voice, hence nothing to comment we have only one option that is to believe(even if it out of logic, reasoning and science).
  • Well the whole jesus christ thing is more based on a myth than truth.. It has to do with the winter solstice where the Sun died for 3 days and the resurrected to bring life back. This has been proven by various cultures troughout the ages long before christianity started.
    • dalcocono
      Puh! Except it occurred on the 1st Sunday, after the full moon after the VERNAL EQINOX. Winter solstice had absolutely nothing to do with it.
    • Chicagoan
      Puh. Except it never occurred at all, because Jesus is a myth.
  • No. Are you writing a Sci-fi movie?
  • It is possible. I don't belive it is true, but it is entierley possible.
  • NO, this is not possible. If you study the practice of the roman crucifixion you would know that it is humanly impossible to survive such an event. Jesus Christ was 100% man, and 100% God. added to that he was scourged (beaten with a cat-of-9-tales) 39 times, ripping his flesh to the point where you could see his heart beating inside him, and his lungs exposed so you could see his breathing, it was a miracle that he even made it to the cross. once on the cross it was the roman practice to break the leg bones to make the victim suffer through the death even more, but, because of the timing of his death in relation to their religious holidays they chose to throw a spear into his side instead. when water and blood flowed separately they knew he was dead. Jesus Christ died and rose again after 3 days. thus breaking the hold of death to give his chosen people eternal life.
    • Chicagoan
      Except that it's all a cult myth.
  • I don't believe so. Can you imagine the amount of blood he lost before they crucified him? That combined with the spear in his side, and the suffocation due to the crucifixion..I don't see how he could've physically survived that.
  • The spear in the side was to make sure He was dead. The Romans were very good at killing, if they wanted a person dead they made sure it happened.
  • JustMe how about this one. Is it possible that Jesus isn't God and that God isn't God and that you've been lied too? The answer is YES. Why don't you Google Christian Church history and discover who voted Jesus as a deity in 325AD.
  • Uhhhhh.... Nope it isn't.
  • Very possible. Keep in mind that the cross was not intended to give a quick death, but a very long painful one. They WANTED the victims to stay alive for several days to serve as an example to others, hence the notice nailed to the cross "Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum" - Jesus Nazarene King of the Jews. It was a way of pointing out to anybody considering claiming the throne for themselves that this is what happens to wannabe kings. A few people did survive crucifixion - we know this both from writings, and from some skeletons in which the crucifixion wounds had started to heal over.
  • Medical experts say that being crucified on a cross would cause a traumatic shock. And that traumatic shock has a big possibility to cause cardiac arrest. And most probably he died on the cross.
  • No, not possible...Jesus was in fact a sacrifice...he was giving up his perfect human life to "buy back" for us the right to again live without god promised... Revelation 21;4 (Matthew 20:28) Just as the Son of man came, not to be ministered to, but to minister and to give his soul a ransom in exchange for many.” Right from the moment he was baptised, Jesus knew he would die. (Matthew 26:54) In that case, how would the Scriptures be fulfilled that it must take place this way?”
  • That is not what the New Testament says !
  • Hard to say what really happened, would of had to have been there to really know how he died.
  • I believe Jesus died on the cross because of what he had passed through he couldn't have surely lived
  • No and what you described is called the Swoon Theory. The Swoon Theory is the belief that Jesus didn’t really die at His crucifixion, but was merely unconscious when He was laid in the tomb and there He resuscitated. Accordingly, His appearances after three days in the tomb were merely perceived to be resurrection appearances. There are several reasons why this theory is invalid and can be easily proven as false, and there were at least three different persons or groups involved in Jesus’ crucifixion who were all satisfied concerning the fact of His death on the cross. They are the Roman guards, Pilate, and the Sanhedrin. The Roman Guards - There were two separate groups of Roman soldiers given the task of ensuring the death of Jesus: the executioners and the tomb guards. The soldiers in charge of execution were specialists in capital punishment, and crucifixion was one of the most brutal forms of execution in history. Pilate gave the order for Jesus to be crucified and entrusted this task to be carried out by a Roman centurion, a trusted and proven commander of 100 Roman soldiers. After the crucifixion, a request for the body of Jesus was made by Joseph of Arimathea, in order that His body could be placed in a tomb. Only after confirmation was given to him by his centurion did Pilate release the body into the care of Joseph. The Sanhedrin was the ruling council of the Jewish people, and they requested that the bodies of those crucified, including Jesus, be taken down from the cross after their death because of the ensuing Sabbath day. John 19:31-37: “Therefore, because it was the Preparation Day, that the bodies should not remain on the cross on the Sabbath (for that Sabbath was a high day), the Jews asked Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away. Then the soldiers came and broke the legs of the first and of the other who was crucified with Him. But when they came to Jesus and saw that He was already dead, they did not break His legs. But one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear, and immediately blood and water came out. Jesus was not unconscious, He was dead. But praise God He is risen. For further information on this subject see ......
  • It was more than possible. The Romans method of crucifixion was a punishment designed to maximize pain and suffering. It's main purpose was to provide a particularly gruesome and humiliating death.
  • i dont think so
  • Jesus was blood dry on a cross. And then he was speared in the liver. Then he was wrapped head to toe and embalming cloth. I don't care how tough you are you don't get blood dry speared in the liver and then embalmed and wrapped in cloth And walk away from it.
  • Yes. It's also possible that you are a three-headed Elvis clone. Neither is very likely. Both run contrary to all of the best evidence.
  • People didn't survive crucifixion, unless they were taken down before they died. Of course, if Jesus really had been the son of God, presumably God could have prevented his death, but if you believe in the whole story, the very POINT of the Incarnation and so forth was that Jesus WOULD die. (In reality, of course, that point was just so much posthumous rationalizing by Jesus's shocked followers, who had to justify what had happened somehow.)
  • No, after His heart was pierced by the lance, that ruled out any chance of being put alive into His tomb.
  • That is not possible and here's why. The Romans were very knowledgeable on executions and they know a dead body when they see one. They proclaimed Him dead. When the guards pierced Jesus' side blood and water came out, another sure sign of death. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a key element to the Christian faith and backed up by eye witnesses.
  • It's possible, but if it was true it would alter the entire Christian faith, wouldn't it?

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