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Best Answer SirDent says
You might go to this sight for an answer to that: http://www.tektonics.org/copycat/fishsymbol.html
i was offended when i first read your response to the question,but before i jump to conclusions i decided to research it and you and
Faith Reaper are right. it was later adopted by christians...'http://godlessgeeks.com/LINKS/fish_symbol.htm
For an answer to all of this you should go to this site:
Why would that word offend you? The crucifix also has its origins in fertility rites, long before its use in christianity.
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Jeff Shirley says
Yes, this is exactly what the Christian fish symbol means. God bless.
I was referring to the older and more risque meaning :)
thank you so much for the history lesson, i always assumed that it simply meant that we were to be fishers of men/women and nothing more. this is great thanks for an excellent answer.
what is the older and more risque meaning?
thank you so much for the info., i always thought that it simply meant that we were to be fishers of men/women. i did not realize that it went back that far or had that deep a meaning, thanks much.
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