Interestingly I was reading up on where some people actually think that Jesus could have survived the crucifixion. Its called the "swoon theory". Have you heard of this theory and what do you think? Could Jesus Have Survived the Crucifixion?
No, I don't believe he survived it. That would completely contradict every the NT tells us. Besides, if Jesus had survived, why would his apostles have continued to spread his message, even when it meant death for themselves as well.
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Answer by purpleducky at 10:44 AM on Nov. 29, 2010
Jesus could have survived because he was fully God and fully man (He rose people from the dead...lol). But He was not supposed to, it was His prophecy to be the "last" sacrifice. He had to rise from the dead to fulfill the prophecy. The NT overwrote the OT. But the prophecy was mentioned in Daniel. Jesus' Crucifixion is mentioned there, I am not sure of the place but I could find it. I do know it is in Daniel maybe in Chapter 5. I just read it last week.
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