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Yobbo
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Date Posted:09-10-2016 03:03:16Copy HTML

Since he ignored my request on the Easter page....
....perhaps Tom
ás can explain why all these contradictions occur in the gospels and NT.
Just how can something be gospel true when it conflicts with another gospel truth?


Father Dan's Easter Quiz:

1. Who first came to the tomb on Sunday morning?
a. one woman (John 20:1)
b. two women (Matt. 28:1)
c. three women (Mark 16:1)
d. more than three women (Luke 23:55-56; 24:1,10)

2. She (they) came
a. while it was still dark (Matt. 28:1; John 20:1)
b. after the sun had risen (Mark 16:2)

3. The woman (women) came to the tomb
a. to anoint the body of Jesus with spices (Mark 16:1-2; Luke 24:1)
b. just to look at it (Matt. 28:1; John 20:1)

4. The women had obtained the spices
a. on Friday before sunset (Luke 23:54-56; 24:1)
a. after sunset on Saturday (Mark 16:1)

5. The first visitor(s) was/were greeted by
a. an angel (Matt. 28:2-5)
b. a young man (Mark 16:5)
c. two men (Luke 24:4)
d. no one (John 20:1-2)

6. The greeter(s)
a. was sitting on the stone outside the tomb (Matt 28:2)
b. was sitting inside the tomb (Mark 16:5)
c. were standing inside the tomb (Luke 24:3-4)

7. After finding the tomb empty, the woman/women
a. ran to tell the disciples (Matt. 28:7-8; Mark 16:10; Luke 24:9; John 20:2)
b. ran away and said nothing to anyone (Mark 16:8)

8. The risen Jesus first appeared to
a. Mary Magdalene alone (John 20:14; Mark 16:9)
b. Cleopas and another disciple (Luke 24:13,15,18)
c. Mary Magdalene and the other Mary (Matt. 28:1,9)
d. Cephas (Peter) alone (1 Cor. 15:4-5; Luke 24:34)

9. Jesus first appeared
a. somewhere between the tomb and Jerusalem (Matt. 28:8-9)
b. Just outside the tomb (John 20:11-14)
c. in Galilee - some 80 miles (130 Km) north of Jerusalem (Mark 16:6-7)
d. on the road to Emmaus - Miles (11 Km) west of Jerusalem (Luke 24:13-15)
e. we are not told where (Mark 16:9; 1 Cor. 15:4-5)

10. The disciples were to see Jesus first
a. in Galilee (Mark 16:7; Matt. 28:7,10,16)
b. in Jerusalem (Mark 16:14; Luke 24:33,36; John 20:19; Acts 1:4)

11. the disciples were told that they would meet the risen Jesus in Galilee
a. by the women, who had been told by an angel of the Lord, then by Jesus himself after the resurrection (Matt. 28:7-10; Mark 16:7)
b. by Jesus himself, before the crucifiction (Mark 26:32)

12. The risen Jesus
a. wanted to be touched (John 20:27)
b. did not want to be touched (John 20:17)
c. did not mind being touched (Matt. 28:9-10)

13. Jesus ascended to Heaven
a. the same day that he was resurrected (Mark 16:9,19; Luke 24:13,28-36,50-51)
b. forty days after the resurrection (Acts 1:3,9)
c. we are not told that he ascended to Heaven at all (Matt. 28:10, 16-20; John 21:25; the original Gospel of Mark ends at 16:8)

14. The disciples received the Holy Spirit
a. 50 days after the resurrection (Acts 1:3,9)
b. in the evening of the same day as the resurrection (John 20:19-22)

15. The risen Jesus
a. was recognized by those who saw him (Matt. 28:9; Mark 16:9-10)
b. was not always recognizable (Mark 16:12; Luke 24:15-16,31,36-37; John 20:14-15)

16. The risen Jesus
a. was physical (Matt. 28:9; Luke 24:41-43; John 20:27)
b. was not physical (Mark 16:9,12,14; Luke 24:15-16,31,36-37; John 20:19,26; 1 Cor. 15:5-8)

17. The risen Jesus was seen by the disciples
a. presumably only once (Matt. 28:16-17)
b. first by two of them, later by all eleven (Mark 16:12-14; Luke 24:13-15,33,36-51)
c. three times (John 20:19,26; 21:1,14)
d. many times (Acts 1:3)

18. When Jesus appeared to the disciples
a. there were eleven of them (Matt. 28:16-17; Luke 24:33,36)
b. twelve of them (1 Cor. 15:5)


Hey, when has religion ever let facts or figures get in the way of a good quote. If this quiz has in any way shaken your faith, simply open the Bible and pull out sentences at random that make you feel good or (completely out of context) reaffirm any belief you want to hold.

Modern-day Easter is derived from two ancient traditions: one Judeo-Christian and the other Pagan. Both Christians and Pagans have celebrated death and resurrection themes following the Spring Equinox for millennia. Most religious historians believe that many elements of the Christian observance of Easter were derived from earlier Pagan celebrations.

The equinox occurs each year on March 20, 21 or 22. Both Neopagans and Christians continue to celebration religious rituals in the present day. Wiccans and other Neopagans usually hold their celebrations on the day or eve of the equinox. Western Christians wait until the Sunday on or after the next full moon. The Eastern Orthodox churches follow the Julian Calendar, so that their celebration is generally many weeks after that of the Western churches.

The name "Easter" originated with the names of an ancient Goddess and God. The Venerable Bede, (672-735 CE.) a Christian scholar, first asserted in his book De Ratione Temporum that Easter was named after Eostre (a.k.a. Eastre). She was the Great Mother Goddess of the Saxon people in Northern Europe. Similar "Teutonic dawn goddess of fertility [were] known variously as Ostare, Ostara, Ostern, Eostra, Eostre, Eostur, Eastra, Eastur, Austron and Ausos." 1 Her name was derived from the ancient word for spring: "eastre." Similar Goddesses were known by other names in ancient cultures around the Mediterranean, and were celebrated in the springtime. Some were:

Aphrodite from Cyprus
Astarte, from Phoenicia
Demeter, from Mycenae
Hathor from Egypt
Ishtar from Assyria
Kali, from India
Ostara, a Norse Goddess of fertility. Read More.

But WAIT! Various early church writers, such as Irenaeus (Bishop of Lyons; circa 120 to ?) Justin Martyr (Christian apologist; 100 to 165), Tertullian (Christian theologian; circa 160 to 220 +) concluded that the Pagan/Christian similarities were a Satanic attempt at "diabolical mimicry." Satan was said to have use "plagiarism by anticipation." That is, the Devil replicated the life experiences of Jesus, centuries before his birth. The reason was to confuse the public into thinking that Jesus was merely a copy of previous godmen.

"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:18-10-2016 05:06:35Copy HTML

Tomás has avoided answering this.....
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:01-11-2016 03:56:08Copy HTML

Reply to Yobbo

Tomás has avoided answering this.....

He continues to avoid
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:06-11-2016 06:30:00Copy HTML

What about the OT?


"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:17-12-2016 08:49:10Copy HTML

http://www.themindvoyager.com/expert-historian-finds-hundreds-contradictions-bible/  Bart Ehrman a former devout Christian, who spent his youth studying the Bible, became an atheist due to discovering multiple contradictions between the various books within it which convinced him that it was just a political agenda of the time and not brought about via holy intervention. Bart has carved out a career writing books, teaching and discussing about the contradictions he has found.
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:22-12-2016 08:07:28Copy HTML

Just giving this a bump
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:22-12-2016 01:56:12Copy HTML

 Tom can't run away from this thread fast enough. 
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:23-12-2016 06:19:29Copy HTML

 Image result for image covering ears making noise
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:20-12-2017 07:15:03Copy HTML

"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:20-12-2017 07:39:25Copy HTML

 Tomas head would explode.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:02-03-2018 12:40:14Copy HTML

6 Times Jesus Contradicted the Old Testament
Read more at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/keithgiles/2018/02/6_times_jesus_contradicted_ot/#9jRfQ0ugpDMba1dM.99


1) According to Deuteronomy, God commands His people to swear in His name:
Old Testament: “You shall fear the Lord your God and serve Him, and shall take oaths in His name.” – Deuteronomy 6:13

But Jesus says that to swear by anything is “from the evil one”:

 
Jesus: “But let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.’ For whatever is more than these is from the evil one.” – Matthew 5:37

2) The Old Testament says that God’s people should show no mercy and practice an eye for eye form of justice:

Old Testament: “Show no pity: life shall be for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.” – Deuteronomy 19:21

But Jesus contradicts this directly:

Jesus: “You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.’But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also.” – Matthew 5:38–39

“But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them that despitefully use you; that ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven.” – Matthew 5:43-48
3) The Old Testament teaches that adulterers should be put to death without exception:

Old Testament: ‘If a man commits adultery with another man’s wife—with the wife of his neighbor—both the adulterer and the adulteress are to be put to death.” – Leviticus 20:10

Jesus famously ignored this command when they brought the woman caught in adultery to him:
Jesus: “He who is without sin among you, let him throw a stone at her first.” And again He stooped down and wrote on the ground….”Neither do I condemn you. Go and sin no more.'” – John 8:3-11

4) The Old Testament commands that no one do any work on the Sabbath:

Old Testament: “But the seventh day is a sabbath to the Lord your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son or daughter, nor your male or female servant, nor your ox, your donkey or any of your animals, nor any foreigner residing in your towns, so that your male and female servants may rest, as you do.” – Deuteronomy 5:14

Truth be told, no one breaks the Sabbath more than Jesus does. There are dozens of examples but here’s just one:

Jesus: “Then Jesus said to him, “Get up! Pick up your mat and walk.” At once the man was cured; he picked up his mat and walked. The day on which this took place was a Sabbath” – John 5:8–9

 
5) Right after healing this man on the Sabbath, Jesus goes one step further and He commands this man to break the Sabbath, too!
In Jeremiah 17:21–22 it says that no one should carry any burden on the Sabbath:
The Old Testament: “This is what the Lord says: Be careful not to carry a load on the Sabbath day or bring it through the gates of Jerusalem. Do not bring a load out of your houses or do any work on the Sabbath, but keep the Sabbath day holy, as I commanded your ancestors.” – Jeremiah 17:21-22
Truthfully, the Jewish leaders of Jesus’ day understood that this was in direct defiance of the specific OT command:

“…and so the Jewish leaders said to the man who had been healed, “It is the Sabbath; the law forbids you to carry your mat.” – John 5:10

 
6) Not only this but when Jesus famously declares that “God sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous” (Matt. 5:45) this is in direct contradiction to what Moses said in Deuteronomy 28 where he claims:

If you obey the Lord your God and faithfully keep all His commands…then He will send rain in season from his rich storehouse in the sky and bless all your work…But if you disobey the Lord your God and do not faithfully keep all his commands and laws that I am giving you today…No rain will fall, and your ground will become as hard as iron. Instead of rain, the Lord will send down dust storms and sandstorms until you are destroyed.” (Deut. 28:1-24)

So, does Jesus ever contradict the Old Testament Scripture? Yes! He most certainly does.
What does this mean? It means that:
*Jesus is the “Word of God” made flesh
*Jesus as the Living Word of God has the authority to correct the written Word as-needed
*The Old Testament Scriptures are modified by Christ because He is the reality they were always pointing to
*Jesus – His life, His teaching, His example – are the standard which everyone, and everything [including the Bible] must measure up to and align with [not the other way around]
This also means that the Old Testament Scriptures, which were written by men, were sometimes “inspired” and sometimes not so much.
How do we know the difference?
Simple: Whenever those Old Testament Scriptures accurately point us to Christ [as in prophecies about Jesus and His incarnation, ministry, identity, etc.] we know that those are truly inspired.
But, whenever we see verses that conflict with Jesus, or His teachings, or His character, or that don’t align with His revelation of the Father, etc., we can safely say that  Jesus was right and those men who write the Old Testament were wrong [at least in those cases].
Does this mean we can just make the Bible say anything we want?
No. Sorry. That’s not what it means. [Unless what you want the Bible to say is exactly in line with Jesus and His teachings and life, then, yes].
Please note: This is not an arbitrary realignment of truth in the Scriptures. It’s a Christ-centric alignment of truth, which sees Jesus as the standard.
Why? 
Because Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life.
Because Jesus is the exact representation of the Father.
Because no one has ever seen God at any time except for Jesus. [Which means that those other people who wrote the Old Testament did not see God clearly, and certainly not as clearly as Jesus does because He is God in the flesh].
For example: In the Old Testament Scriptures, it was said that God commanded His people to kill innocent women and children and even warned them not to hold back or to show any compassion on the infants or the toddlers.
“[God Almighty says] Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy everything that belongs to them. Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys.'” – 1 Sam. 15:2-3
“But in the cities of these peoples that the Lord your God is giving you for an inheritance, you shall save alive nothing that breathes, but you shall devote them to complete destruction…” – Deut. 20:16-18
Can you imagine Jesus turning to you and commanding you to go next door and kill every man, woman, child, and even the pets of your neighbors? Does that sound like something Jesus would say? Does that sound like something that the “Abba” revealed by Jesus would command His children to do?
Of course not. Therefore, we can conclude that verses like these are projections of God’s character made by men who sometimes heard from God prophetically and at other times [like these] did not.
How can we know this? Because we know that the God revealed to us by Jesus would not command this sort of violence against women or children, nor would He condemn someone for showing mercy and compassion on the weak and the helpless.
Jesus has shown us the Father. He is like the Father and the Father is like Jesus.
The Father that Jesus reveals to us does not command us to kill our enemies or their infants. Instead, He commands us to love our enemies, to bless them, to do good to them, and to pray for them.
He even tells us that when we do those things, we are also doing exactly what the Father does!
We have not yet fully embraced the idea that Jesus was the only one who has ever seen God.
We have not yet fully accepted the idea that Jesus reveals the Father to us better than anyone else does.
We have not yet completely believed Jesus when He tells us that God loves and even blesses His enemies and that’s why we should do it, too.
But, I have very high hopes that we might get it soon. That is my prayer.
Keith Giles is the author of “Jesus Untangled: Crucifying Our Politics To Pledge Allegiance To The Lamb” and the co-host of the Heretic Happy Hour Podcast. He lives in Orange, CA with his wife and two sons.

Read more at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/keithgiles/2018/02/6_times_jesus_contradicted_ot/#9jRfQ0ugpDMba1dM.99
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:09-03-2018 11:06:36Copy HTML

You forget that most of the Bible was passed on from oral tradition long before written texts were put together.


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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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 I think that is his point OAB.  Its mostly crap.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:06-04-2018 02:36:14Copy HTML

 Not at all, in fact over time the BIBLE continues to be proven more accurate.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:06-04-2018 06:56:53Copy HTML

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 Not at all, in fact over time the BIBLE continues to be proven more accurate.

The bible in various parts of it says a variety of things, often one contradicting the other.  In the mix, one version may approach the truth.

"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:06-04-2018 07:41:49Copy HTML

 Not at all, in fact over time the BIBLE continues to be proven more accurate.

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lol.  That there were historical places mentioned in the bible does not it accurate.

Imagine someone 3300 years from now finding a Godzilla movie and then saying, the movie is being proven more accurate every year, we found the remains of Tokyo and Hong Kong so Godzilla must be true.

"My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver, especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment." Albert Einstein
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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 Not at all, in fact over time the BIBLE continues to be proven more accurate.

_____

lol.  That there were historical places mentioned in the bible does not it accurate.

Imagine someone 3300 years from now finding a Godzilla movie and then saying, the movie is being proven more accurate every year, we found the remains of Tokyo and Hong Kong so Godzilla must be true.


Simply because something does not fit the fabricated and finite construct in your mind does NOT mean it isn't genuine.Discovery of places and buildings alone does not prove the existence of God.
It does show, however, that the Bible was accurate about these places and descriptions of these places
when they were thought to be fictitious, 
it shows that those authors of the books of the bible knew those areas and was familiar with them, before they disappeared.
This also gives us a more concrete time frame to work with.


Scientific truths we know today also were stated in the BIBLE before their "discovery". Just a few here:

Scientific Fact or Principle Bible                                Reference Date of discovery by man

There is a place void of stars in the North Job 26:7     19th Century
Earth is held in place by invisible forces Job 26:7        1650

Earth is held in place by invisible forces Job 26:7         1650

Earth was in nebular form initially Genesis 1:2            1911

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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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 Not at all, in fact over time the BIBLE continues to be proven more accurate.

The bible in various parts of it says a variety of things, often one contradicting the other.  In the mix, one version may approach the truth.


The so called contradictions are wishful thinking of those dedicated from the outset that God doesn't exist.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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 Not at all, in fact over time the BIBLE continues to be proven more accurate.

The bible in various parts of it says a variety of things, often one contradicting the other.  In the mix, one version may approach the truth.


The so called contradictions are wishful thinking of those dedicated from the outset that God doesn't exist.

The gospels were written by followers of Christianity.  One writer contradicts another and sometimes a third or even a fourth contradict the earlier ones.  I understand why Tom and Wale don't interest themselves in this thread, after all the writing is from the bible.  They can witter on ad nauseam about evolution (even though they ignore the records) but cannot comment on two statements from the bible that contradict each other.

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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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 Not at all, in fact over time the BIBLE continues to be proven more accurate.

The bible in various parts of it says a variety of things, often one contradicting the other.  In the mix, one version may approach the truth.


The so called contradictions are wishful thinking of those dedicated from the outset that God doesn't exist.

The gospels were written by followers of Christianity.  One writer contradicts another and sometimes a third or even a fourth contradict the earlier ones.  I understand why Tom and Wale don't interest themselves in this thread, after all the writing is from the bible.  They can witter on ad nauseam about evolution (even though they ignore the records) but cannot comment on two statements from the bible that contradict each other.

That's just nonsense. You don't even READ the Bible. what YOU do is find a site that explores your preconceived point of view and then just copy and paste that with the inherent errors. MANY of the "so called" errors are not errors at all but a misinterpretation and an imposition of erroneous understanding, of which you subscribe to.

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MORE nonsense. You don't even READ the Bible. What YOU do is find a site, or a meaningless graphic, that explores your preconceived point of view and then just copy and paste that with the inherent errors. MANY of the "so called" errors are not errors at all but a misinterpretation and an imposition of erroneous understanding, of which you subscribe to.
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Give us some examples of what you claim.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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Give us some examples of what you claim.

I have better things to do with my time than to respond to someone who doesn't REALY want answers but asks pointless questions.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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Give us some examples of what you claim.

I have better things to do with my time than to respond to someone who doesn't REALY want answers but asks pointless questions.

It's hard to believe you are prepared to really answer honestly.
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Give us some examples of what you claim.

I have better things to do with my time than to respond to someone who doesn't REALLY want answers but asks pointless questions.

It's hard to believe you are prepared to really answer honestly.

What you believe is of no value.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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What a coincidence, wale, I have that same sentiment toward you that you have towards Yobbo.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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What a coincidence, wale, I have that same sentiment toward you that you have towards Yobbo.


But you forget that since your thinking is inverted,  your sentiments are of no value or consequence.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

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You seem to have forgotten that I've already expressed that your beliefs and views are worthless.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:06-06-2018 01:48:49Copy HTML

Reply to Bogus0Pomp

You seem to have forgotten that I've already expressed that your beliefs and views are worthless.


But you forget that since your thinking is inverted,  your sentiments are of no value or consequence.
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Re:Contradictions in the gospels

Date Posted:06-06-2018 11:02:52Copy HTML

LOL

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