This post makes a simple assertion: Jesus should have written down his thoughts, his creed, his instructions, etc.
The story is a good one. Something about the story of a fallen hero, a hero with supernatural ancestry, sent to earth to save the humans. The crushing, maiming and murdering of The Christ should fascinate, enthrall and inspire readers of any theistic or atheistic ilk.
Especially if you read the story all the way to the end. Too often, Hollywood portrays the moments after Christ's Resurrection as The End of The Story.
To do so leaves out the best part of the story...
Dr. HAHA Lung, author of assorted works on Mind Control and War Strategy, often reminds the reader: "Before Nietzsche, philosophy was only philosophy... after Nietzsche, philosophy became dangerous."
Throughout his career, Friedrich Nietzsche had much to say about Christianity.
But enough of Nietzsche. There will be plenty of time to discuss Nietzsche, and set the record straight.
For now, the simple assertion is that Jesus should have written down his thoughts. In fact, he should have kept a sort of life's journal.
Because, such a story of glory deserves to be told accurately. It should be told by the hero, by the man who bled and shed sweat and tears to climb up out of the abyss and rise with the light.