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no but he knows ninjutsu
the idiots better watch out along with the greeks and romans
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I don't think that's how the Christians would say it... but he's basically a zombie. A holy zombie.
The only logical explanation, for Christians, is that he "just came back to life"
he's a zombie.
Getting up three days after your death does scream zombie to my mind. But he wants your salvation instead of your brains... at least that's what the bible implies of his zombie holiness O.o
Hah, I've actually had in-depth discussions about this with people who probably know more about Jesus and the undead than they should:)
And it's an interesting question. We figure it amounts to this: A zombie is undead, meaning an animated corpse, essentially, like a vampire. His blood doesn't flow, he's cold to the touch. He is NO LONGER LIVING even though he is animate. The bible doesn't outright deny the existence of such creatures, though, really, why would it? It doesn't really deal with them at all.
Jesus, however, CAME BACK TO LIFE. He and those he miraculously brought back were not undead- they did not rot, their blood flowed, they were warm. Not undeath. Restored life.
This is an answer from a kid with an abnormal obsession with both world religions and fantasy games, so, yeah:)