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  1. In general, a sacral sacrifice is an act of recognizing a certain object to which the sacrifice is offered as a higher being, an object of worship. The crucifixion of Christ is a sacred sacrifice of God to people for the deification of people. Another question is: why don't they say that, but rather talk about ransom and so on?�

    Because deification is not clear what. This is roughly speaking, the entry of all people into resonance with God. All people become one God-manhood. How is that? “We don't understand. We see deification, not deification. Like wow! I am a goddess. But this is devilish! This is sin#1. Therefore, Christians are silent about the deification of the nii.�

    There is another Christian mystery that is not commonly discussed. Because if you talk about it, you will get Suskind's “Perfumer”. But I'll tell you everything

    But understand that this can only be understood through faith. The crucifixion of Christ takes place at every Divine Liturgy at the transubstantiation.� Here. Here lies the answer to the question: why is it so difficult?”Because it's an evolutionary process. Humanity must mature, the Body of Christ must regenerate. In the meantime, it is an embryo.

  2. Because God is absolutely holy, that is, He is irreconcilable to any slightest evil. He has established His own laws, which cannot be broken, including by God Himself (otherwise He is not holy). One of the main such laws is the universal law of appropriate retribution, “what a person sows, that's what he reaps.” This law works both in nature (he who sows wheat will reap wheat, not potatoes), and in the spiritual sphere – every evil gets evil in return, that is, punishment, this is the law of just retribution.

    If God simply forgave all of humanity, He would be violating His own law of justice, which requires punishment, not forgiveness. God is absolutely holy, and He will not break His own law one iota.

    However, the holiness of God is not arrogance, but absolute kindness (as the opposite extreme to any kind of evil), that is, absolute Love that really wants to forgive every person.

    There is a clear contradiction between the law of justice and the desire to forgive, and God solves this contradiction in a brilliant way, satisfying the demand for just retribution and at the same time love for each person by taking the punishment for people's sins on Himself, through the crucifixion of Himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Now that the penalty has already been meted out once, there is no second penalty, since the same thing is not punished twice. This fact is a joyful message for all mankind (in Greek – the Gospel).

    However, if a person does not believe in this Good News, then he himself, by his unbelief, naturally condemns himself to torment. If he does not recognize the redemptive significance of Christ's death in relation to himself, then God will be unjust in his eyes if he does not punish him.

  3. You know by yourself that in order to forgive, you need the guilty person to turn to you with a request for forgiveness, as if he realized his guilt!

    Well, what do you think-has ALL of HUMANITY turned to God with such a request?

    And the Crucifixion was necessary in order to show humanity an example of courage and loyalty to Love … To God, worthy of forgiveness! Every single person! And thereby gain the Trust of God to receive such a person into the abode of eternal Life … in the abode of His Love!

  4. First, he came only to the lost sheep of Israel. His coming and sacrifice were preordained in advance, probably from the very moment of His birth. This action was like a bolt from the blue – even the universe shuddered and closed its eyes in horror, but the Son of God endured everything. Endured to the end. And only then did He legitimately take a place next to his Father. But you can just erase a byte only in a soulless machine. Even the Universe has a Soul)

  5. Jesus is not God, but his son. Matthew 16: 16 confirms this, and it explicitly says : “You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God.” Why was the crucifixion necessary? Romans 5: 12 says, ” Therefore, as by one man( Adam) sin entered into the world, and death by sin, so death passed on to all men, because in him all sinned.” Adam went over to the Devil's side, so it is logical that his descendants are now also under his power. I will tell you an example: if a parent, being a resident of one country, moves to another, becomes its citizen, then his children born in another country will also be its citizens and live according to its laws. So now the descendants of Adam live under the rule of the Devil. And in order to redeem us from this figurative kingdom, God needed to give a ransom. ( 1 John 3: 8 ) ” For this very reason the Son of God appeared, to destroy the works of the devil.”

  6. If we accept that there was no Resurrection of Christ, and that God's connection with people never existed, then all Christian religions will lose all meaning.

    Therefore, the legend of the crucifixion and rebirth of Christ is necessary for religious leaders.

  7. Because he is not a God. And so he died, and God, the source of all life in heaven and earth, cannot die. A few hours before his arrest and death on the Jewish Passover day, which was celebrated once a year, Jesus instructed his disciples to do this in remembrance of him:

    “And he took bread, and gave thanks, and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, This is my body, which is given up for you: do this in remembrance of me” (Luke 22: 19).

    If a person has died, how many times a year do they celebrate the anniversary of their death? Just as Easter was celebrated once a year, so the death of Christ was celebrated once a year by all Christians in the first century. Later, the Apostle Paul in the Corinthian Congregation recalled:

    “For I have received from the Lord Himself what I also delivered to you, that the Lord Jesus on the night in which he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, broke it, and said,' Take, eat; this is my body, which is broken for you; do this in remembrance of me.' .. For as often as you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes “(1 Corinthians 11: 23-26).

    And you, “proclaim the Lord's death until He comes” ? Not Christmas, not Easter, not Sunday. It is the death of Jesus Christ that opens the way to eternal life and a good relationship with the ever-living God.

  8. Jesus Christ is the Son of God and voluntarily and consciously agreed to give his human life as a ransom for all people and this is a high manifestation of love for people on His part and on the part of the heavenly Father. We must understand that our sinful situation is hopeless without God's help.(Rom 5: 12) The sacrifice of Jesus Christ makes it possible to reconcile people to God. Reconciliation is necessary because of the estrangement,disagreement, and even enmity that has arisen between God and people. The reason for this is Adam's sin. This sacrifice was a means of “appeasement”for T. K. it met the requirements of God's perfect justice and was a just, righteous basis for the forgiveness of sins,to declare people who believe in the sacrifice of Jesus – righteous.(Rom 3: 24-26)

  9. Jesus Christ is not God, He is His hypostasis. An embodiment with its own task, its own functions, and its own super-task. Since everything that God does must be done in one way and not another, Jesus ' task is extremely difficult. He is the Son of God, but at the same time He is a person put in a situation of choice, and the scene of the crucifixion illustrates this choice (allegorically, and this is understandable, civilization is developing, crucifixes are a thing of the past, but the tragedy and lack of compromise of choice remain.) The New Testament is a new period of humanity's spirituality, showing the need to choose between God (the “rightness” of the soul) and the rejection of moral principles. What was permissible in the period of the formation of Christianity, what still determined the state of culture, was the legacy of barbaric cults and became an interfering factor in the development of civilization. The mission of Christ showed people that it is impossible to live like this, but also taught that the rejection of the past should not be a wild act of barbarism. It is also the idea of the immortality of the soul living with God. (I also stated my understanding in my own words, there is no need to find fault, we are all human beings). I might add that just mechanical forgiveness would be an indulgence and an incentive not to change anything. This is clearly not part of God's calculation, people must determine their own lives (the principle of free will). The main thing is free choice, which should not be influenced by the authority of God.

  10. Stupid question.

    Humanity is not guilty of anything to be forgiven by Christ.

    It is only to blame for losing Christ and being left with only idiotic questions.

    Why the Crucifixion was necessary is an idiotic question.

    Christ the King of Rome was crucified on the banks of the Golden Horn by the Magus Vseslav of Polotsk.

    This was his second attempt to kill Christ.

    The first was in 1153 in the spring, when the army of Vseslav's scumbags in the amount of 7,000 freaks came to the walls of Bogolyubovo, where the Infant Christ(os)- Andrey Glebovich Davyd was located.

    Gleb Vladimirovich-the father of Christ drowned this army in Klyazma.

    The second one also failed.

    Both the Crucifixion and the first attempt were written by CHRIST himself(os) in the Word about Igor's Regiment, of which He is the author.

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