reply to post by MagnumOpus
Most others looking around this thread don't have any problems seeing the Sun worship issues from Rome and Constantine. And they all know
Jewish don't go to church on Sunday, and most of them call Trinity a lie and don't have much use for the Christian perversions of Jesus.
Well, that's all well and good, but I've asked you on what basis do you have no problems "seeing the Sun worship issues from Rome and
Constantine." I'm not "twisting your words" -- I'm asking you for a scholarly reference that you point to for your apparently crystal clear
perspective on Sun worship and Constantine.
The reason that we base evidence on scholarly references are that they are required to be sourced (one can determine what the author is referencing,
to verify that the statements made are valid ones) and they are almost always peer reviewed, meaning that someone with a solid background in the same
field has reviewed the sources and methodology and attests to the validity of it.
There are plenty of "sources" that one can find on the Internet that are neither scholarly, nor are they peer reviewed, and through them, we can
find concrete "evidence" that Christ never existed, that he existed and was the bringer of Gnosis, that Julius Caesar WAS Christ, that perpetual
motion machines exist, that the Earth is the battleground of a half dozen alien species, that the Masons rule the world, or the Illuminati do, or the
Bilderbergers do, or the aliens do, etc, etc, etc.
Criticize me all you like, but if you review my postings, I am fairly consistent in simply asking people to explain why they believe things that are
contrary to existing evidence, and to provide reasonable evidence to support their claims, because I do not believe in presenting opinion as fact.
So, what books or journal articles can you point me to?