I continue to think about the purpose of Jesus’s death.

He died for us? By his deaths he restored the God’s justice? Yes, but WHY is it necessary?

Yesterday, I have got this idea:

Death of Jesus means that he stopped to do business as a human.

Now it is a step more clear, why he did it.

The next question: Why he considered it profitable to stop all human activity?

One (but probably not only) possible explanation is that he quieted fighting the forces of evil and “by inertia” forces of evil continued to struggle so to say in the place where he was, so confronting each other instead of Jesus. This way, probably, forces of evil harmed each other.

If you have any other concrete ideas why Jesus allowed to kill himself, please leave comments.

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