A guy dies and comes back to life? Then you eat flesh and drink blood to remember him? Creeeeeepy.
Was he just a guy? Christians claim he was the son of god, hence he can't die, he's a god and gods can't die, can they?
I just wrote a hub about how to make a voodoo doll spiffy. It is not quite so creepy as Zombies.
Bad girl I know.
In anthropological terms, that is called "ritual cannibalism."
Oh I just saw my perfect man.
Come to me baby!!!!
That looked like me after a week long pub crawl!
Oh Wayne I always thought you were a sexy beast but now,.......ohhhhh..........I am frothing at the mouth. Purrrrr!!!!
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This thread is hilarious, and yet I have a question: Do people actually think that Christians teach something like Jesus is now a zombie? I noticed comments on Facebook, and now I've noticed them here, too.
Resurrection is not the same as resuscitation of a corpse, though obviously it has to start there (at least according to the Christian tradition). This is a really short answer, but if you're interested, I have an exactly relevant Hub: <no self-promotional links>
Is this useful? Why is the zombie image so compelling for people? I'm curious, because even though I think it's hilarious, I am a Div student, after all. I would like to understand.
by pisean282311 6 years ago
i watched a video where devotees where having some rituals in place which they believe is holy spot where jesus was born...rituals where similar to pagan...i wonder whether worshipping jesus images is blasphemy?
by Marliza Gunter 2 years ago
Why do Christians fall down in prayer?I can't find in the bible where Jesus or the disciples made the people to fall under the anointing. The thing is, a non believer said such things are fake and there is no mention of this phenomena written in the New Testament...what should I answer...
by Yves 5 years ago
Atheists, do you despise Jesus or just religions (in general) that worship God?Such God worshiping religions would include Judaism and Islam. Also, did something happen to you to make you angry about "God" or is this just a scientific decision you made in college?? Many atheists demand...
by Adrian McDonald 6 years ago
This is not a discussion about discrediting the existence of God or discrediting the church as an institution of God. This serves to provide clarity on the issue of Sunday worship and it's legitimacy.
by eonsaway 7 years ago
Are minds/brains capable of transferring thought non-verbally?
by Kiss andTales 2 years ago
Can the choice of our religious beliefs always be accepted by the Heavenly Father ?I just would like to know how many think that the Heavenly Father accepts all worship.Based on these scripture I think it is vital to have the correct choice what about you ?2Ti 3:7 always learning and yet never able...
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