why are there weird words in religion today. for example religion sounds a lot l

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    JohnSmith880posted 7 years ago

    why are there weird words in religion today. for example religion sounds a lot like legions. if...

    that sounds weird then how about luke and mark? they almost want to sound like lucifer and the mark of the devil. there really are many more. bible and able sound perhaps like baal and if that is just a little weird then in judaism their holy book is called the torah. that sounds like taurus or the bull perhaps. holy and hell. bible and babble. the tower of babble seems like chaos or confusion or hell in theme. david and devil? mary and murder or mars? mary and the mark of the devil.  jesus sounds like janus (a two faced god worshipped by some cults) and a lot like judas iscariot and judas pri

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    daydreamer13posted 7 years ago

    Impressive that you noticed this. I'm sorry I can't answer your question, but I am glad you posted this because I've wondered the same thing. It's nice to see someone else out there who questions things the way I do. Hope you find your answer.

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    luckycharmzposted 7 years ago

    Interesting puns you got there.  They can be great ammos for Atheists. 

    I think the main problem has to do with "Lost in Translation."  Many of these words are from the Hebrew, Greek and Latin being translated into English.  Unless we go back to the origin of the word, the meaning is lost. 

    For instance, the name Jesus is from the Hebrew Yeshua, which means "Yahweh saves, or God saves."  Christ the English word, is from the Greek word "Christos", which is from the Hebrew "Mashiach."  It means the anointed one.

    Many think that Jesus Christ is that his first name is Jesus and last name is Christ.

    Unless we go back to the origin of the word, the meaning is lost, hence "Lost in Translation."  :-)

 
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