Without sounding crass or being impudent or deliberately caustic I'd just like to know one thing.
What does Jesus do all day, exactly?
Is it interesting for him?
Is it productive? Does it amount to progress (comparing yesterday to today, for example)?
Has anything improved for anybody on planet Earth from the year 33 c.e. to June 10, 2010? If so, how, exactly?
Does Jesus look at people individually such as little children who are horribly abused or starving?
If he does see them, does he study them curiously as they suffer or die?
Does Jesus have any power to intervene?
Or, does he shrug and point to some invisible calendar in the clouds and mutter to himself, "Nope--can't do anything yet. Not the appointed time."
Does this make him a hapless bureaucrat with his hands tied until he get's the go-ahead from upstairs?
Like I said, I really would like to know if Jesus is really a person or just an imaginary concept that doesn't really have moment-to-moment THOUGHTS like we do.
Anybody have any ideas?