Oh, Jesus very much claimed to be God on multiple occasions, and if you have any doubt, watch the Pharisees’ reactions at some of his claims.  They understood fully what He meant when He said, “I and my Father are one,” and “Before Abraham was, I AM.”

    Oh, boy!  Do you like my group photograph of the boys?  I’m sorry it’s three quizzes late, but here it is.  You have the four fishermen, the brothers in blue, the tax collector, Thomas the Twin, Little James, “T.J.”, the political guy and the good boy who was the treasurer of the bunch as well as the son of a wealthy Pharisee Jesus healed of leprosy.  These are the Twelve Disciples.

Which one doubted Jesus rose from the dead, demanding to see and feel the wounds?




-Judas Iscariot-