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Originally posted by Logic
I thought most "christian" beliefs were that Christ was born on december 25th (which I believe to be wrong anyways). How exactly would you say this relates to christs birth?
How can they tell if this is true when the four gospels, are the main sources available of Jesus. This gospels are not biographical material about jesus. This gospels were about jesus as a teacher and healer.
The Stories of his birth, death and resurrection were added later. So how can they posibly be correct.
The gospels of matthew and luke were theological and christological additions made by church scribes when these to Gospels were put together and supernatural circunstances were given to his birth.
In reality we really don,t know when jesus was born.
TextAlso, about the gospels. They were not just fishermen, but very educated men
TextIt is an odd story how the "wise men" (Zoroastrian Mobeds) were able to "Find" Jesus
Text though I'd disagree with the conclusion that studying all religions tends to make one Christian (it seems to have an equally
Originally posted by John bull 1
Here is the screenshot I promised you. It is from the Red# 4 program.
It doesn't take a astrophysicist to see the correlation here.
Students of history and Astrologers will instantly recognize this star grouping as significant. I wonder why such an obvious thing has not been widely known?
Originally posted by marg6043
I am sorry, but I think you misunderstud I do not consider myself religious I see religion as a very good subject for study the reason I said we should teach religion is not only christianity but all the religions in the world and the origins that will definitly clarify some of the misconception of some beliefs.