JC is supposed to have resurrected two people from the dead during his supposed lifetime? Or was it three? Forget his own resurrection.
Never before in the history of the human race was anything so magical and astonishing ever performed. Witnesses who saw the first bring—back -from the dead must have been amazed and news of this should have spread like wildfire across the Roman world. Roman leaders would have made inquiries and sought to bear out the veracity of this occurrence. But ? Zilch. No one outside the small circle of the affected ever got to know of this. Next was Lazarus. Again the Roman world remained oblivious to this great artists performance. Why? Just one witness to the Roman leaders would have turned the whole Roman Empire Christian. Christians would not be fed to the lions in the arena, he would not have to be crucified , his message would have been taken really seriously by all and imposed by the Emperor and books would have been written with all he had to say and would have saved the world a lot of grief and bloodshed. There would be no need for his death and resurrection the latter of which was again witnessed by a dubious number.
And what was the purpose in resurrecting Lazarus and the boy? According to the beliefs laid down by the church and the GB death pays for our sins. Resurrection cleanses us and tests us for a thousand years. Shouldn’t the two of them been living for a thousand years after they were brought back to life. No they died again? Isn’t that against big J’s laws ? Are we to assume Lazarus old boy sinned against his god after being resurrected as well as the little boy? And that’s why they died forever and will never be resurrected again? Why a separate set of rules for the two and another one for the rest of mankind?Looks like the Bible and the church and the GB invented each other’s BS.