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  • A Yahoo! User Sep 24, 2009 17:51 Flag

    Where did Jesus come from?

    You'd think someone who calls himself a born again christian would have no difficulty answering a simple question like that ... wouldn't you?

    It's quite a simple question, no catches.

    Did Jesus come into being at his birth to Mary?

    Did god 'make' him before his Earthly birth?

    Has he always existed, like god?



    I'm an atheist and I know the answer, why doesn't saint clive?

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    • With a name like Jesus, he had to be Mexican.

      :-)

    • Its not my fault you can't grasp this, Im talking about fundamental teachings the religions emanated from, not cultural trappings that people have added on over time.

      Its the same argument for Buddhism and Christianity. Yes, Im saying NO Buddhist, out of the millions that do, should be worshiping Buddha, thats not ignorant thats historical facts.

      Just as the church in its contemporary, institutional form has neither a biblical nor a historical right to function as it does - again, based on historical evidence.

      Please by all means leave the thread, because you dont have a clue what you're talking about and you're merely wasting our time.

    • "Not all christian based religions originates from catholocism."

      So name me one christian religion that doesn't come from a catholic root, or doesn't include catholic dogma?

      Name me one christian religion that doesn't hold Jesus as the son of god?

      Name one christian religion that doesn't use basically the same bible, but that contains books declared heresy by the catholic church?


      We know all about the time after the death of Jesus that catholicism started, I've mentioned it here, it makes no difference.

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    • Wonderful retort. Completely ignore any actual debate, attack the person. You should run for government.

      I did say it wasn't worth my time getting into a debate, this is clearly where it was heading as soon as your main standing point was questioned.

      Telling people what a muslim is or a muslim isn't, what they should believe or sholdn't believe, then attacking it from that angle, is a huge strawman argument/fallacy.

      I'll leave the thread, like I said, not worth my time and I'm sure other people have enough wits about them to see this to, there's no point 'debating with you' :)

    • An A grade in Ignorance 101!

    • Hahahaha!!!

      I suggest you go back to school and start over with everything, learn the basics like your two times table again, this subject is way off your understanding!

    • What they are supposed to believe? Not exactly sure how you came to that conclusion. There are over a billion muslims, with countless sects of the faith, and they are all supposed to believe the same thing? They clearly don't.

      Sunnis, Sufis and Shi'ites; 3 of the bigger sects; believe completely different things than one another, yet you can say what they are supposed to believe? Bit of an ignorant statement.

    • What they are supposed to believe? Not exactly sure how you came to that conclusion. There are over a billion muslims, with countless sects of the faith, and they are all supposed to believe the same thing? They clearly don't.

      Sunnis, Sufis and Shi'ites; 3 of the bigger sects; believe completely different things than one another, yet you can say what they are supposed to believe? Bit of an ignorant statement.

    • With an A grade

    • Oh dear, it seems you haven't quite grasped the point!

      Whether a Muslim states it or not is irrelevant, its what they are SUPPOSED to believe!

      Its much like Christians, there are a couple billion of them who are supposed to oppose Paganism, and yet there entire 'religion' is based upon Pagan elements.

      Isa is Islamic, as is God, as was Adam and Abraham...even if they didn't have the 'label' back then, its what they were.....get it?

      Have a think about it!

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