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Thread: Jesus' Life Post-Crucifixion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just AnotherPerson View Post
    I haven't read through this thread but as far as the OP goes. I have posted on this in the past but from what I thought they were stories from his missing years rather than after crusifiction. They called him Buddha Issa.
    It may be a Muslim thing to move the events past the crucifixion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    Hypothetically speaking, if we had a great cataclysm today and nothing but a ragtag group of humans was left to survive--knowledge would be lost, and new religions would eventually rise, because that's what humans do -- create religions to explain the unexplainable. And, then one day, someone found a time capsule that somehow survived and held a Harry Potter book. A brand new religion arises and all of JK Rowling's creations come to life in a new way--a mythological way.

    We would be here arguing not just the idea that Potterism was true or false, we would be arguing the various beliefs that had cropped up around it.

    Same thing. Different timeline.

    And as far as the no history of Jesus -- I stated there was no contemporary extraneous history. Mister D doesn't know what that means so he keeps inserting nonviable examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    Oh, and you know something else?

    Unless I just frighten the socks off you, you could probably just ask me directly what I'm thinking rather than pondering. When you respond to an actual post of mine, I get a little notification at the top of the page. With a post like this one, I don't get a notification, and I will very likely miss it. I just happened to see this one as I scrolled through. Just a thought.

    "Unless I just frighten the socks off you" more taunts and trolls.

    I pointed out the illogic of interest in something you believe false. How what you're saying, as a whole, makes no coherent sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    It was posted in good faith.

    Normal people would be interested in learning of the theory and not jump off a cliff emotionally because someone shared it.

    The theory exists there's ample proof of that.
    No, it wasn't and no one here has lost their cool except for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Nonsequitur nonsense. How can you have interesting in something you believe false?

    I've always had an interest in Greek Mythology and others do as well, which is why schools and colleges offer courses in the subject.

    Broaden your horizons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    No, it wasn't and no one here has lost their cool except for you.
    LOL

    I never became upset or frustrated in the least. I became amused at how you reacted, but that's completely different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    "Unless I just frighten the socks off you" more taunts and trolls.

    I pointed out the illogic of interest in something you believe false. How what you're saying, as a whole, makes no coherent sense.

    Nope. Just being honest. I can think of no other reason for someone to wonder to a third party what a specific poster is thinking, when they could easily just ask that poster and get an answer.

    But talk about trolling -- that would be your "...what you're saying as a whole makes no coherent sense."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    It may be a Muslim thing to move the events past the crucifixion.

    It could be -- I thought of that, too.

    Not so much to get past the crucifixion as to get past any idea of a resurrection.

    The Gospel of Barnabas takes a different tact but along the same lines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    I am. I'm fascinated a theory that's been handed down for generations in India offers an alternate version to the Jesus story.

    And, logically speaking, that smaller theory isn't as farfetched as the one that bred a massive religion.
    If you were fascinated by this "theory", you would have at least done a little bit of research on it. The "theory" in question is the the work of a 19th Century Indian Muslim. Secondly, it's not a "smaller" theory. It's a theory without any historical basis. That's why it's ignored by scholars. Third, Islam is a "massive religion". lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    "Unless I just frighten the socks off you" more taunts and trolls.

    I pointed out the illogic of interest in something you believe false. How what you're saying, as a whole, makes no coherent sense.
    Fear.........it does that to some people.
    I say she fears God. There is no other explanation for her attempt to dissuade others from their faith.
    If she were that confident in her theory, she would need to come in here and beat on the Christian Faith.
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