Geoffrey Jackson said in answer to this question during his testimony before the Royal Commission:
34 Q. Is it not the case that had Jesus been asked about
35 a case of sexual abuse, he may have referred back to this
36 part of Deuteronomy and said that it's not required to have
37 two witnesses?
38 A. I certainly would like to ask Jesus that, and I can't
39 at the moment, I hope to in the future. But that's40 a hypothetical question which, if we had an answer, then we
41 could support what you said.
How can Jackson be so sure he will Have an opportunity in the future to ask Jesus any questions after he dies? He does not know for sure what is going to happen to him when he dies. He may not wake up in a resurrection to heaven or earth. But, no one on this earth will be able to check it; no one will know what has happened to him when he dies. This is something he is probably counting on - that no one on earth will be able to verify what has happened to him. So, he can say he hopes to ask Jesus a question in the future, because he knows no human will be able to refute his claim.