Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Jesus.com
- Is this for real?
- Why are you doing this? What is it about?
- So you are using this web site to meet women?
- I am offended. Don't you have respect for others?
- Aren't you ashamed?
- What is your "real name"?
- Why would you offer a contest to let women shower with Jesus?
- Isn't showering with someone a sin?
- How can you say you are highly spiritual but not religious?
- Aren't you afraid that God will punish you?
- Do you know that you are going to go to Hell?
- Are you the Antichrist?
- Do you believe?
- Please repent now before it is too late!!!
- Why aren't you answering my email?
- Why don't you use this web site to tell people about the real Jesus?
- Will you sell your domain to me?
- How do I find out more about you?
- What do you think about agnostics and atheists?
- Aren't you judging people?
- How can I get an email address from you?
1. Is this for real?
Why would it not be, o' ye of little faith? I value life too much to
waste your time or mine with entertainment or lies.
2. Why are you doing this? What is this about?
As the web page clearly states, I am looking to meet the rare and
consequently special and valuable women that otherwise would remain
unknown to me. Likewise, I do not wish to remain unknown to them. As it
is in our mutual interest to seek potential, I am attempting to express
parts of me in a form that may attract the interest of these special
women. In turn, they are hopefully able to pick up on my spirit in
electronic form and might inquire further about me. If a connection
occurs and something meaningful comes of it then that would be beautiful.
I believe enough in the world and its history of endlessly improbable
good will towards me that I think something positive is possible.
3. So you are using this web site to meet women?
Society has become increasingly fragmented in recent decades and dating
is difficult. Bar scenes offer little hope and mere randomness in
social meetings remain often ineffectual when one is seeking a special
person. Entertainment has driven people away from meaning and towards
distraction which imposes further scarcity upon those who still aspire
in life. The Internet has the potential to offer increased communication,
though in practice it often turns people inward and away from anything
that is real in life.
In recognition of these barriers and with desire to overcome them, I am
making an attempt to find the sort of woman who would be my match, or
at least make some new friends who understand the spirit of which I am a part.
4. I am offended. Don't you have respect for others?
Indeed, though less when people think they are righteous in attempting
to crush the spirit of others with the weight of their dogma. If you
do not like my ideas, hope, or character, please respect that I am
alive too and that your negativity and fatalism should be kept to
yourself so that the world does not suffer under the projections
of your psychological damage. We all need our space to be what we are.
I am not imposing on your space or interested in demanding that you
conform to my values, so please do not attempt to impose your beliefs
Those who are of noble values understand this, while those who live of
mendacious moralities created by the slave classes of Rome often feel
compulsion to dominate and crush all hope (in themselves and in others)
through their deterministic world view. It is of great irony that those
who profess love for all things are often carriers of the most bitter
and subtle hate towards life, as demonstrated in their doubt and intolerance
for other possibilities and the self-delusional assurance that their path, as
dictated to them by others, is the only way to live.
[..by their fruits you will know them. -Matthew 7:20]
5. Aren't you ashamed?
Shame is an ignoble social effort to compel conformity to convention,
though without any basis except a desire to control. If you wish for
me to be ashamed in hopes that I then repeal and retract the expression
of myself, that is unlikely to occur. However, you are welcome to pray
for external forces to change the world in your image.
6. What is your "real name"?
For the purposes of this web site or email, you may call me Jesus and
I will answer politely.
7. Why would you offer a contest to let women shower with Jesus?
Because bathing is enjoyable and can be an experience of compassion
without the sexual component that materialistic society attempts to
make it. Two people can share a beautiful experience rather than one
or both having to "take" something from the other. The media works
with Judeo-Christian fear of sensuality to distort the image of human
interaction, but it need never be perverse or sinful if one has a
warm and decent heart.
8. Isn't showering with someone a sin?
There is no sin in bathing. Those who see it are projecting their
own sins upon innocence, just as priests are disproportionately
sexual abusers of innocent children. If one lives in fear, they
will make themselves sick and they will sin, though if one lives
in innocence and caring decency out of instinct, there need be no
sin. The battle to fight is not so much about sin, but about environments
which cause sin, i.e. that which cuts us off from life and all that
was once good. Notice how the US was 100 or even 50 years ago:
people were smiling, society was safe (e.g. no one locked their doors),
families were solid, and in general there was much to be happy about.
The culture has now been decimated and so sin thrives, but that is
a result of the cultural destruction and not a result of sin itself.
Sin emerges out of a lack of belief in the possibility of positive
9. How can you say you are highly spiritual but not religious?
Spirituality is one's connection to life and the totality of all things.
It is the highest plane of existence; it is unity and understanding
at all levels, but it can also be intensely personal in that words
are often lacking to describe spiritual experience and insight with
others, thus relegating spirituality to the personal, or to expression
in alternative communication forms such as art.
Religion is the routine of ceremony and worship according to fixed
principles and values created by those who define the social order
of that following, typically a church. I do not think a church or
any other outside source can tell someone what their spirituality
is or should be - that is for the individual to discover. Furthermore
the structure of religion is often an impediment to legitimate
spirituality because it attempts to confine it within its own
definition, thus killing the spirit that one is and seeks.
10. Aren't you afraid that God will punish you?
I am comfortable with my relationship and understanding of God and
fear no retribution for being what I am. He accepts me even if you
want to judge me and tell me I should act like someone other than myself.
11. Do you know that you are going to go to Hell?
I do not think God is as sadistic as some portray him to be. Furthermore,
I think that he is too intelligent and caring to choose to condemn someone
to fire and torture for all eternity. Such stories seem false because they
make God look unnecessarily cruel, stupid, and hateful - all of which go
against my understanding of God. As such, I consider those stories to
be blasphemy and ignorance spread by those who slander God.
12. Are you the Antichrist?
I certainly hope not! There are many others who are much more worthy
of the title.
13. Do you believe?
I believe in many things and think life has much to demonstrate to us
if we approach it honestly, inquisitively, and with faith enough to
search earnestly for meaning. That does not mean all answers are
immediately forthcoming; the deepest truths often take the longest
time to uncover and there is likely much we will never uncover or
understand meaningfully in our short time here. Still, the chance
against seemingly all odds that we even exist could be called a
miracle and should be considered with the highest value possible
so that we do not squander or devalue this amazing gift of life
that we are a part of.
To me true faith and spirituality consists of much more than merely
believing or repeating what your parents taught you. One must
discover through a series of experiences and subsequent introspection
what one is and what one is a part of. The journey is a long one,
but of the deepest and most fulfilling meaning that one will ever know.
14. Please repent now before it is too late!!!
I'm sorry, but that is not in the form of a question.
15. Why aren't you answering my email?
If you sent me self-righteous email claiming that you have somehow
obtained special knowledge about the salvation of the human soul that
I should be aware of, there will be no response forthcoming. Obviously
you have acquired great wisdom with your diligent and detailed study of
life that is beyond my terribly finite comprehension. I know only
what I have thought about, experienced, and discovered - while you have
the infallible truth of priests and books, not to mention an intoxicating
fear of life. We are worlds apart in our methods, beliefs, values, and
desires. I will let you go your way; please let me go mine without
soiling the ground around me by getting in the way or adding more noise
in the world by yelling about the inane terror and confusion that others
have put in your head.
People who want to waste my time with their banal arguments
will get no such satisfaction. When you feign an effort at communication
that is predicated on your unyielding dogma, there is no room for thought
to intercede and therefore no reason for me to waste time arguing with monkeys.
Finally, there are good and thoughtful people who understand and appreciate
the site and deserve a response to their email but often do not get one.
I get too much email every day to answer everything sent to me, but rest
assured that I read it all. If you have put forth thought and feeling
in what you wrote then have faith that it is known and valued.
16. Why don't you use this web site to tell people about the real Jesus?
If people cannot find what they need to know about Jesus then they are
truly beyond hope.
17. Will you sell your domain to me?
If you can write a check for 10+ million we might have something to talk
18. How do I find out more about you?
First tell me about yourself, send me a picture, send me some art you
created, tell me about your dreams, tell me about your spirit, or
communicate in some way so that we may have a beginning from which to start.
There is nothing to fear in honesty. If we want others to know who we
are then we should communicate directly without pretense, fear, or
doubt. I am open and understanding - just get in touch and we'll see
where it goes from there.
19. What do you think about agnostics and atheists?
Agnostics are typically people who approach life theoretically and justify
their behavior. As those adept in social sciences are aware, using a foundation
of justification is a Judeo-Christian trait, which is also to say it is an error.
An agnostic dwells in maybes and "what if" but doesn't commit to possibilities
of any sort or take any practical action. Thoughts that do not conclude with
action and consist wholly in negating popular belief systems rather than
creating new systems are both an intellectual and practical dead end. The
agnostic flogs a dead horse and dwells in the stench of decay with defensive
self-satisfaction instead of climbing mountains and building a new future in
the open landscape of possibility.
Atheists dabble in negating the hanging fruits of modern theology but create
nothing new. This is ineffective in the modern era where illogical feelings and
desires are considered legitimate and sacrosanct. The correct approach they
should take when dealing with Judeo-Christianity is to show the historical
reasons for its creation and explain its effects, rather than attempting to
critique its claims
in a purely logical way. Judeo-Christianity anticipated being proved wrong, so it
evades all logic by making claims about a supernatural world, invisible
forces, an omniscient and omnipotent cosmic entity, and a variety of effects and
spiritual outcomes that are indemonstrable. The failures of this logical approach to negating theism is perhaps best understood by
attempting to tell a young child that there are no monsters under his bed.
Argument is a flawed approach because most people invest too much ego to admit
to errors in measurement or judgment. It is better to explicate the intricacies
of a deeper interpretation rather than to address the superficial aspects of
any particular claim. When dealing with Judeo-Christianity, it is necessary
to explain first what it inherited and is working against, how the foundation
of its mass psychology appealed to the slave class, how the sociological roots
allowed its propagation, and how ancient knowledge of physical reality (e.g.
parasites in pork) led to the prohibitions that formed the key values that are
later attributed to God without a coherent explanation. Knowledge of social
sciences fully explains Judeo-Christianity which is better than any atheist who
so far has only attempted to logically refute theological claims.
In their social acceptance of guilt, shame, and mercy, the agnostic and atheist
are both basically identical to a Judeo-Christian in their behavior and orientation
towards society. Though they abstain from prayer, they otherwise behave in complete
accordance to the Judeo-Christian world view, particularly in their disregard
for diversity in function and capability within an ecosystem. Though often
claiming a scientific foundation, they attempt to negate nature and replace
it with a secularized mix of Judeo-Christian idealism and a desire for "good
feelings" focused on making outcomes illusory rather than fostering structural
integrity. As such, agnostics and atheists are not enlightened people but
instead are reactive in predictable ways without positing new beginnings and
new paths that could evolve independent of past errors. Their attraction to
martyrdom, whether conscious or subconscious, is incongruously combined with a
desire to demonstrate "goodness" in the Judeo-Christian sense, thus falling
victim to humanism which is the secularized form of Judeo-Christianity's
greatest error in treating the potential of the individual.
20. Aren't you judging people?
To not judge means to not assess the world around you, make distinctions between
objects, and take appropriate action based on what you know. To claim one doesn't
judge is either an evasion or a confession of stupidity.
21. How can I get an email address from you?
Do something interesting. The world is full of inert people, but if
you distinguish yourself by taking intelligent and creative action
then you will be rewarded.