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Why is Greek and Roman, Religion called mythology but Christian Mythology is called religion?


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CMHypno says

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    vveasey 3 years ago

    CMHypno

    Since I've extensively researched the history of Christianity and other religons. I'd have to agree with you


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Suzette Walker suzettetaos (suzettenaples) says

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    vveasey 3 years ago

    What historical evidence proves Jesus lived?

    If it's the four gospels. They are the only place in the historical record that Jesus of Nazareth exists. There's historical research that show the town of Nazareth didn't exist during that time


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Jacqui (jlpark) says

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    vveasey 3 years ago

    Well said

    especially when their religions are based on belief and no amount of opposing facts or contradictions in their religion will make a dent in their minds

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Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) says

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    vveasey 3 years ago

    Let's see...because something is called a "testament" that means it's true?


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Michael Ward (CrescentSkies) says

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    vveasey 3 years ago

    I agree, and of course those who takes these fabulous, supernatural tales to be accounts of real people will scream bloody murder at your recitation of the facts.

    So why is Christian mythology called religion?


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Ryan Whitacre (whitacre1880) says

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lburmaster says

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    vveasey 3 years ago

    lburmaster

    People being raised from the dead, supernaturals being (angels) God (Gods) in other religions are said to be mythological. are you saying you believe they are actually real in Christian stories?


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    Caesarr 3 years ago

    i will have to say that christianity is a belief, when we add faith and acceptance to it, becomes a religion

    otherwise myths are just a way of empowering culture, bringing a sense of belonging and loyalty to those believing in it


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Caesarr says

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    vveasey 3 years ago

    Caesarr

    interesting, please explain the differences between theories and theorems and what difference it makes to whether a religion is said to be mythological or a religion, whose stories are presumed to be real


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Neil (kingofthisage) says

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