posted on Jun, 30 2005 @ 11:28 AM
most of what is attributed to Jesus is morally sound teaching.
you're premise is faulty, though. quite frankly, it is disingenious, at best...I won't use the descriptors that first came to mind.
you start with an implied "fact" (really nothing more than a belief) that the stories of what Jesus taught were actually taught by a single person
as they are relayed in the N.T. Nope. I may have been born in Arkansas but it wasn't yesterday!
This may be an example of some kind of intellectual Darwinistic trap - you'll only catch the really stupid with this kind of trap. In fact, if it
works, I thank you for trying to cleaning up our little "gene pool".
I strongly believe in God - ONE God, not 3 or any God you can cut into 3 pieces as it suits you.
I definitely do not believe in the divinity of any person to have walked on this planet.
I am not at all certain (or uncertain) whether there was any such Jesus as the Christians portray - it could have been all just legend or it may have
been a real person who was assigned a bunch of legends, or it may have been a combination of the many Jesus characters of that day, or something
Of one thing I am positive: the myths of how this Jesus fullfilled all the prophecies of the O.T. has been so thoroughly and completely debunked as to
[edit on 30-6-2005 by Al Davison]