Instead, God deliberately chose things the world considers foolish in order to shame those who think they are wise. And he chose those who are powerless to shame those who are powerful. – 1 Corinthians 1:27
In a day and age when we see litigation like a dog getting a $12 million inheritance, parents of their murdered child getting royalties from the murderer’s book, and other bizarre legal actions and lawsuits, this doesn’t seem so whacky after all…
In fact, why not!
This from AdelaideNow:
Court asked to rule Jesus’s crucifixion illegal
A case on behalf of Jesus Christ has come knocking on Kenya’s High Court door, lodged by a fervent Christian group that wants his conviction declared null and void and his crucifixion illegal.
Though cases to right historical wrongs are far from unusual around the world, Kenya’s Friends of Jesus (FOJ) has reached back two millennia in what may redefine the quest for closure.
The petition was filed on Monday with the court registrar, raising a novel set of legal quandaries – not the least of which involves the statute of limitations and whether the high court has jurisdiction over the Son of God.
It was not certain when a ruling would be handed down.