Well he was a real person, so it's not really a matter of belief. Do I believe in his teachings? Yes, to a point. Not too fond of his rabid followers though.
I believe He existed, but I'm having a hard time with the idea of human sacrifice these days. If it's all true, I hope the Calvinists are right, cause other wise, I'm a crispy critter.
You and me both.
Yes I most certainly do.
I don't know what to believe when it comes to Jesus. I don't know who Jesus really is. I don't believe in the Bible as a factual historical document. But I like Christmas. I like the feeling of Christmas and hope and joy and harmony. And I am Buddhist by birth. I wonder what Jesus would feel if I told Him I don't believe in Him as they have said or written about Him. Would he care?
I believe that Jesus was a real person and I respect his teachings. That's where it ends.
Haven't seen any evidence outside of the Bible, and other things in it seem to be myths.
Yes I do ,
Because I was born in a Roman Catholic family and was raised
By catholic teachings and moral so I am and always will be a disciple of christ
He may have been a historical figure, but I highly doubt he was divine.
I have faith in my faith but I dont believe Jesus has my back, I'm the only one that can protect that
No. I don't think that any man who is profoundly humane can believe in endless torture. Jesus as presented in the New Testament certainly did.
I believe in Jesus the same as I believe in Santa Clause. They were both men, and lived as men. But that's as far it goes.
No, I don't believe that an all powerful god would make the condition that only through the shedding of blood can there be remission of "sin". I think Jesus is no more than a personification of natural phenomenon. The bible is astrological mixed with a creation story and in my opinion, astrology is superstition, therefore non-sense.
I believe he may have existed as a person but not that he was the son of god
A man named Jesus did exist around the time the Bible describes, and did congregate a small following.
However, he wasn't born to a virgin, he didn't heal the bind, walk on water, turn water into wine (I would've preferred a nice Ale, personally), die for our sins, get sent to hell or resurrect from the dead.
That's all nonsense.
ı believe ... ı am a muslım
I accept he may have existed.
Jesus plays no role in my religion.
no , way to much evidence against God than for God
Yes, but believing in Jesus means different things to different people.
That someone whose name was translated into Greek as "Jesus" existed and preached in The Holy Land, yes
I believe in him as a historical figure, but I don't think he was magic.