And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us,
While there is of course debate over whether or not Jesus was God’s only begotten son, there is virtually no debate over the existence of Jesus. The historical Jesus is accepted by virtually everyone. But how does one thread the line between humanity and divinity? Martin Scorsese realised a life long ambition in directing a biopic on Christ’s life with “The Last Temptation of Christ”, which proved to be quite controversial, especially because of a scene in which Christ imagined having sex with Mary Magdalene. While some view it as blasphemous, I would hold that it shows a side of Christ we don’t ponder enough, the flesh and blood Jesus, the human Jesus who harboured fear, doubt, lust, and reluctance to carry out his Father’s Will.
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