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Just another man, like millions today, who believes that Jews are the "chosen people" of God. Just another man, like millions today, that thinks Judaism is the religion of the Bible.
Was Jesus a Greek-Phoenician Philosopher? A hidden book, revealed…
Just another man, like millions today, that cannot believe that God directly intervened into the life of mankind. Just another man, like millions today, that believes that God has no power to direct the words in holy scripture.
Just another man, like millions today, who think men are sovereign to God. Just another man, like millions today, that reject the Saviour. There are no differences. You either have Faith or you don't. Originally posted by WhoKnows Frankly, just another man who thinks that Jesus wasn't who He claimed to be. I bet his faith was much stronger than yours, it is pretty lame of you to say he does not have faith, what you mean is, he does not have your faith so he has no faith.
Jesus the Phoenician by Karim el Koussa
I really detest people like you. Redamnesia, thank you for an interesting and thoughful post, Quite an achievement to learn the language that jesus spoke in.
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Originally posted by WhoKnows There are no differences. Faith is often claimed as the exclusive right of those who believe in "the one true God" But doesn't that seem disingenuous? I think he had faith, and courage to try and spread this message. Whether the truth he wished to spread was "The Truth", we'd likely never get to know But anyone who discounts a bit of information because it conflicts with their preconceived notions is blinded to new knowledge.
You can't learn if you're not willing. Explores the true origin of Christ and his relation to the Jews.
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