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Well, can we at least do the Toga thingy, like the Romans..? LOL!
IM: actually i kind of liked your version of how it should be.
@ d. much of what you say is true. European rulers beginning with the Greeks, then the Romans and finally the (the masters of the universe) slave masters have used religion as only evil people could. But, many of these stories have.... continued
Toga! Toga! Toga!
The question is based upon the presumption that the bible is based on factual events and people.
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Insane Mundane says
The New Testament speaks of this Jesus thingy, not a complete Bible, as if divisive works in writing makes a damn. Blah! Shall the K-3 students inherently inherit this Earth; LOL!
@insane mundane. Do your thoughts always run together like that? You need that Jesus "thingy" you try to belittle. Can you think mental breakdown? Seek Him...
If things seem to run together, then you obviously can't separate; hence forth your problems...
@d. continued. .. many Bible stories have been proven through Archaeology and many more are being present continually, so, the Bible whether you believe in it or not is an historical document.
...And so are many other myths, legends and folklore albeit they don't often have burning infernos involved and scare tactics to raise money for the corrupt via the gullible...
CH: Odd, there was a 2 hr special on tv 2 days ago about historical facts from the bible. None were verified as fact. Our beliefs are ours alone and cannot be transferred to others unless they have open hearts, open minds and logic.
...More proof that the History Channel isn't always the answer, but the advert revenue is surely great, hence forth the preachers with a mansion and private jets, oh, but ain't we sensing the pattern... Ha!
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