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He would disapprove of "christians" who use "christianity" to put down other people. 3 years ago from a Democrat in Vista, CA
There are more than 13000 sects of Christianity in this Country today. Most do NOT follow the actual teachings and words of Jesus Christ, who never put anyone down or ask that we follow him(He asked only that we follow the one God of us all, regardless
... 3 years ago from a Democrat in Lawnside, NJ
Modern Christianity is a multi-faceted entity that takes into its 'flock' those who practice Christianity on a personal life values basis and those who follow more closely the tenets of their particular church. The corporate nature of... 2 years ago from a Democrat in Claremont, CA
Who are we to judge how Jesus would react?. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Denver, CO
Jesus was a Zealot Jew, not a Christian. He would be aghast at Christianity. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Batavia, NY
Only if Tim Tebow is playing for the Broncos. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Mesa, AZ
Jesus almost certainly never existed. But in this hypothetical case - YES! He would be appalled by the ignorant, close-minded, judgmental nature of too many self-professed "Christians.". 2 years ago from a Democrat in Braintree Town, MA
If he saw the homelessness and the hunger and the meanness and the hurting in body and spirit, if Jesus came to the United States and saw how top 5% live in comparison to those in a lowly estate, Jesus would maybe cry or maybe be angry but he surely would... 2 years ago from a Democrat in Los Angeles, CA
Christianity in general is OK, he would disapprove of hurting, judging, condemning, and essentially not helping people. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Madison, WI
He'd do what he always did to people: love them, heal them and speak true words to them. He'd have his work cut out though. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Lansing, MI
This is unanswerable as there is no uniform "Christianity" for Christ to approve of or disapprove of, and adding denominations does not resolve the problem. Jesus is and always will be subversive to all forms of cultural environments. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Weymouth Town, MA
He as would Mohamed wholly disapprove of the way two of the world most prominent religions have lied and killed in their names. 2 years ago from a Democrat in Edgewood, NM