posted on Mar, 30 2005 @ 09:42 PM
Dont get me wrong, Im not intending to OFFEND anyone..
like you said opinion is opinion.
It is my opinion that being educated, brainwashed and fed this stuff about a single bloke, being born, able to walk on water and heal people is far
MORE far fetched than a type of lifeform placing us on this planet.
If we found a planet that had enough sustainability for life, the right atmosphere, the right chemicals, wouldnt we then place a living lifeform on
the planet to see how it survives, evolves?
occasionally come back to check on our experiment?
people being abducted and so forth would back this up.
Chrsitianity was simply born in mud huts back in the days of jesus, a few men sitting around talking of rumours, this man was as open minded as some
are today, he thought there was more to life than living and dying, he thought there was more at work than just human will.. "we're all GODS
people" he says..
My interpretation is that he died on the cross simply because the ruling kingdom didnt like him spreading word that something ELSE was in power, other
"there appeared a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, and parted them both asunder; and Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven"
.... he was seen haeding to the heavens in a chariot of fire.
The Star of Bethlehem that the wise men followed to find Jesus definitely exhibited UFO properties. Matthew 2:9 states “When they had heard the
king, they departed; and, lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them till it came and stood over where the young child was.” This
“star” moved and then stopped, apparently able to mark a geographical position accurately enough for the wise men to find Jesus. This is an
important point. If the “star” was an astronomical event, the only locations it could have pinpointed would be along a line to the horizon, in
which case the wise men would have had to stumble across Jesus during their journey.
Even Paul, who was a major force in the creation of christianity had an encounter which TURNED him to christianity
Paul was a Jewish theologian that had been persecuting Christians. A light “brighter than the sun” hovered over Paul and his men, blinding Paul. A
disembodied voice claiming to be Jesus chastised Paul for his persecution of Christians. Paul was “converted,”
I apologise for the comment christianity is a scam..
I should of said.
Christianity is the result of some creative minds. and a fellow who believed there was more to life than yourself.
If jesus had the ability to heal, why cant god have the power to stop pain and suffering in our world.
Why let religion cause so many conflicts when he's the reasoning behind the most beleived?