well, some assumptions, first.
let's assume that some, a few, well, maybe many, of his disciples
were rampant pedophiles.
safe assumption ["bring the children unto me."], right?
then, let's assume that, over the course of his 30-odd years,
he had accumulated VAST holdings--
prime real estate in large and small cities all over the world,
plus some of the finest and most precious art in all the world;
jewels and gems, you name it.
let's next assume that he took the time to TELL people how to live their lives,
and charged only 10% of their income for his advice,
AND was able to convince his congressmen to make
the whole shebang [income and assets] tax exempt.
and let's toss in this for his influence:
that he wanted his followers to kill millions of his father's children
in his name over the years,
because they think that's what he would want.
okay, assumptions done.
now, let's assume that some of these children, the victims of pedophillic disciples,
now adults and cognizant of the nature of
the sexaul crimes committed against them by his workers,
try to seek redress, atonement, an apology, and perhaps compensation?
what do you suppose jesus would do?
or at least, what would he advise his lawyers do?
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need a moral compass?
i understand they're having a clearance sale in san diego, at fire sales prices!