What If

WhatIf

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  1. I know I'm supposed to be taking a break from the Messianic blogosphere, but I couldn't let this one pass without commenting. Tell this guy, I agree wholeheartedly. :D

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  2. Ditto James,

    It is guys like you who give Messianics a bad reputation.....Just kidding..Just kidding....

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  4. hi, i ask myself ---- was there a jesus?I answer NO NO NO. Of course I can give at least a few dozen reasons to prove my point. He has been the source of many of the world's problems.For me jesus or should I say the belief in Jesus has been the curse of the globe.Now did Jesus ever exist. NO. Let me explain. Mary was betrothed to Joseph. In Deuteronomy it says that he who lays with the betrothed of another man shall be put to death. Well, the holy spirit did. Therefore God should kill himself.After all the HS is part of the godhead. Further to that the godhead was created in 325 ad by a bunch of men and a murderer --king constantine at the Council of Nicea. so please Don't tell me that Jesus even existed.Respectfully submitted

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  5. LOL, Arnie.

    Here's your logic:

    -According to your understanding of Christian theology, God impregnated the mother of Jesus, therefore God should be killed. But you don't believe in Christian theology. Therefore, Jesus didn't exist.

    That's a non-sequitur if I've ever seen one!

    Are you at all familiar with scholarly views of the subject of the historical Jesus? I take it you are not, and just spewing your nonsense.

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