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It is only required of a Christian to believe that Jesus is the son of God.
He would be sad to see our behavior but forgive us. 3 years ago from a Republican in Keystone, SD
Jesus would be sickened by the attacks on Christianity. 3 years ago from a Republican in Kearney, NE
Most of what calls itself "christianity" today cant be related to Jesus or his teachings. So called "Liberation Theology" is not christian at all but rather Socialism wrapped up to look "christian". 3 years ago from a Republican in Elmira, NY
Too vague, define "Modern Christianity". 3 years ago from a Republican in Vancouver, WA
Jesus Christ would forgive the world for its current and past sins, and call for a renewal of peace and love and belief in God. 3 years ago from a Republican in Coronado, CA
Depends on the Christians he meets. 3 years ago from a Republican in Fleming Island, FL
It all depends. Christianity after 2 millennium is certainly different. I would think he'd understand the changes and feel sympathetic to all while still giving a concrete belief system to all. 3 years ago from a Republican in Carrollton, TX
Jesus isn't judging religion he is judging the hearts of mankind. 2 years ago from a Republican in Houston, TX
He probably wouldn't come back and, if he did, he'd have to laugh at the divisiveness within "Christianity" and would be appalled at horror of Islam and the way it makes a mockery of religion. 2 years ago from a Republican in Watchung, NJ
This will also forever be a conflict in our modern society. Back in the day, Christianity was far different than what it is today. No matter the argument, Jesus came to save the undeserving; the sinners, and all who call him father and accept them into... 2 years ago from a Republican in Norcross, GA
Questions about Christianity submitted by atheistic Persians do not rise to the level of a response. The more relevant question is, would Mohammad approve of the slaughtering of innocent Christians by Muslims... 2 years ago from a Republican in World Golf Village, FL
It depends upon what is meant by "modern Christianity." All true Christians who seek to be imitators of Christ in their lives and are living out their faith through their actions would certainly receive Jesus' approval. 2 years ago from a Republican in College Station, TX
There are millions of fine Christian people in the world. Major religious organizations have, in many ways, lost their purpose by becoming too involved in social aspects of government and rule making rather than looking for the well-being of their flocks... 2 years ago from a Republican in Spokane, WA
What is modern Christianity anyway?. 2 years ago from a Republican in El Monte, CA
I think he would be proud of how good a lot of people are, but be heartbroken over the evil that still exists. 2 years ago from a Republican in Lexington-Fayette, KY
Formal religion has been one the the main sources of suffering on this planet since it first originated thousands of years ago. Millions of people have died in the name of religion. The human race needs to discard it's ancient superstitious... 2 years ago from a Republican in Alafaya, FL