Quote# 63426

[Why would Jesus ask himself why he had forsaken himself?]

The obvious answer is....he was a split personality divided into three persons....science has proven that..........And, at the point of death, would you expect him to be coherent?

Jalasian, Y! answers 64 Comments [6/25/2009 10:37:05 AM]
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First - what are talking about with science has proven that? Nothing has proved that Jebus was even a historical figure. With that still unresolved, how could science prove that he had a split personality?

Second - since you claim it was his personality, are you admitting that your myth-man was human and not Divine? If not, how could an all-powerful, all-knowing god have split personality? Schizophrenic? I will admit that the yahweh of the OT was pretty schizo.

Third - if you are saying that the myth Jebus was fully human, then I can see your point of him being incoherent. If you maintain his divinity - then, no.

6/25/2009 11:02:21 AM


Ah, so you're worshiping something with Dissociative Identity Disorder, that's oddly suitable for you Christians.

6/25/2009 11:03:38 AM


I smell a troll here, not a fundie.

6/25/2009 11:04:13 AM

Dr. Novakaine

Yeah, I'm suspicious of whether this is a serious answer or just someone trying to be a smartass. My inclinations are towards it being the latter.

6/25/2009 11:06:07 AM

Jedi Knight

On a very weird level...this acually makes sense.

6/25/2009 11:23:31 AM

I call Troll on this one. That said, what he/she says here is actually a hell of a lot more plausible than the Biblical crucifixion story.

6/25/2009 11:25:29 AM

Captain Obvious

Sooooooo, you are claiming that rather than that line being a misquote, or that Jesus was in fact not God...

Instead you are saying that he had dissociative personality disorder? And we are supposed to believe what this person says?

6/25/2009 11:35:57 AM


So you admit that your god is mentally ill?

As for expecting coherence, even at the point of death, yes – if he was actually divine, as you claim.

6/25/2009 11:42:25 AM

Swedish Pagan

"Science has proven that."
How exactly did science prove that, as it has yet to prove that Jesus was a real person?

6/25/2009 11:42:47 AM


A new low has been reached. Get the shovel.

6/25/2009 11:43:58 AM


Yes, an incoherent Jesus and an incoherent bible.

6/25/2009 11:49:21 AM

Thinking Allowed

The only part of this "hypothesis" that makes sense is the incoherency of Jesus at the time of his death, if he existed at all.. The rest is BS.

6/25/2009 11:56:07 AM


So what you want to say is that Jesus wasn´t divine but just had a mental disorder?

Doesn´t sound Fundie to me,
in contrast, most fundies surely will disagree with him

6/25/2009 12:07:03 PM


Frighteningly, if Jesus did suffer from disassociative identity disorder (formerly referred to as Multiple Personality Disorder) it would make his behaviour in the new testament make more sense.

6/25/2009 12:09:33 PM


Nothing, nada, zip, zilch, zero has been scientifically proven concerning Jesus' divinity, personality or even his existence.

6/25/2009 12:12:48 PM



Eeeh... yeah.

6/25/2009 12:25:11 PM


6/25/2009 12:29:15 PM


Hardly a profound post, really - after all, that's only one more item on the already very long list of other mental disorders that your god, as you define and describe him, very obviously suffers from.

6/25/2009 1:12:27 PM


So he has mental? WE KNEW IT! WE FUCKING KNEW IT!

6/25/2009 1:12:46 PM


Science has proven that Jesus had multiple personalities? Citation seriously needed.

6/25/2009 1:15:45 PM

Caustic Gnostic

Jesus was Nagual.* It was his Dreaming body on the cross. He could have sung a song about the bright side of life if he had wanted.

* There were twelve males in the Nagual's party. It's a tossup which Mary was the Nagual Woman.

6/25/2009 1:49:29 PM


Erm sitation please for his divided personalities? I don't remember reading about that. Please enlighten me.

6/25/2009 2:00:41 PM

David B.

"at the point of death, would you expect him to be coherent?"

Given that he wasn't particularly coherent to begin with, no, not really.

6/25/2009 2:16:00 PM


@Unbeliever, Dr. Novokaine, et al.: Y'know, I doubt this is a poe or a troll. It sounds to me just like a fundie who's been backed into a corner, and is making lame excuses without realizing the theological implications. Desperation, dishonesty and failure to consider consequences are all fundie hallmarks.

6/25/2009 2:17:59 PM

Dr. Novakaine

I thought about that at first, but there are enough oddities that I found it hard to accept that explanation.

First, I find it hard to believe that ANY fundie would make a claim of Jesus having a psychological disorder. That would be a pretty strange rationalization for a person who is supposed to be divinity, and would really throw a lot more stuff into question.

Second, I find it hard to believe that this would be a person's FIRST response to a question like that. Jumping into a psychological disorder before some Scriptural or theological explanation? That seems especially unlikely for a fundie.

It sounds more like the explanation of someone who doesn't actually believe Jesus was divine, and is trying to explain from that standpoint why Jesus might call to God if he believed he was God. I guess it might not necessarily be trolling, but I don't think it's a fundie answer.

6/25/2009 2:58:33 PM

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