Why didn't Jesus appear to all believers? Why did he show himself only to chosen ones? He did it to make the Gospel look more like fake?

When people who preach and pray for a living tells you stories that sims like fairy tales, isn't that a respectable reason to have doubts? 

Or he did it to trial faith of common people - blessed are who didn't saw, but believe? Then what about those who saw?  Didn't they have a need to prove their faith by believing without seeing? 

4 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    Nope.  It is better for us to find out for ourselves than to be convinced like Doubting Thomas.

    Nope.  It's a respectable reason to find out for yourself.  It's the logical thing to do, of course.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    You see in the old day's people used to make sacrifices. They would sacrifice a goat or a sheep and burn the meat for god. Well, one day when people no longer die, and animals are no longer needed for food...God is still going to need those sacrifices, but whence will it come from? What better way than to use the people that failed to meet his expectations and give them bodies that never die, but will still burn so he can continue to have that mystic burnt spiritual flesh?

  • Bryce
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Jesus was a crackpot, a liar, and a fraud.  He was executed for his crimes.

  • 3 months ago

    All people who accept Jesus as He is, seen and unseen are saved, a special blessing goes to the majority of those who have not seen yet believed

    Faith is not a sight issue it is a heart issue

    Jesus revealed himself to those he chose to serve a purpose....including Saul/Paul on the road to Damascus

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