One has to keep in mind that most every Christian Churches have the Cross, and this is part of their death and resurrection story that they all
worship. The Cross is generally part of their altar, and they worship the god Jesus.
The Cross has earlier occurance as the symbol for Tammuz and the story of Jesus is coated with that Trinity, and that story of how men became god.
It is impossible to separate Nimrod and Tammuz from Jesus became Constantine connected them into one.
Noturtypical will waste everyone's time again and again trying to deny this is the central tennant for Christianty, and attempt to tell well my church
doesn't do this----when the bulk of Christian churches do that cross thing to link Jesus as a god. It doesn't matter what Noturtypical church may
or may not do and the world does not revolve around his little church or his ideas.
It is utter non-sense on the issue of hands up or hands spread wide, except to sell more suffereing of the Christ things and dramatize the event.
This is the typical Christian need to draw in the person to suffering and then jump on up to Christ lived through all that misery. And that Jesus
became god when he was resurrected, and the cross become the symbolism that not only the Catholics tend to worship, but ever Christian Church that
sells the Jesus has risen story.
The story is that of Babylon's games adopted by the Christians, which puts them back to being pagans, Sun worshipers, those selling Babylon's games.
Noturtypical hasn't figured out that the Persians conquored Babylon and that became their capital and they inherited a lot of the Babylon
Noturtypical would rather chase down Moloch, attempting to pull people off the central theme of Jesus being linked with Nimrod Tammuz Sun Worship
issues. Also that the Nimrod theme with horns and leopards gets better into Revelations explanations. Somehow common sense eludes this programmed
with nonsense Christian.
There is a simple way to discover and there are those that take you down the impossible road. imho
Truth is better served with a thousand atheists than one Christian.
edit on 27-3-2012 by MagnumOpus because: Misleading nonsense