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Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
reply to post by bodrul
Ofcourse Jebus doesn't exist, that isn't his name. The other "virgin births" occurred to fake gods that were just stone idols people made. Pitiful toys. Unlike them, Yeshua (Jesus) is recorded in over 70 ancient extrabiblical texts. More is written about him than Julius Caesar. The archeaology surrounding him is accurate, confirming what the new testament has said in regards to his existence. Now if you're going to play the impirical proof card, then by all rights even Julius Caesar never existed, nor Heroditus, Plato or George Washington for that matter. Theyre all just figments of our imaginations and no one ever really existed.
Originally posted by bodrul
did you watch the video I posted or is that some nonsense?
"The philosophy behind the Zeitgeist movement comes from the writings of H. P. Blavatsky who declared that Lucifer / Satan is the God of this world & the one whom she worshiped."
"...the TARGET of the film is Christianity. This is what they are after. To usher in the NWO they have to discredit and get rid of Christianity in order for them to succeed. They are very subtle in the way they work now. They are very slick in mixing truth with fact, as the Father of Lies always has done.
"Zeitgeist presents a long debunked theory that claims early Christians created a “Christ myth” that is loosely based on an alleged amalgamation of ideas that were borrowed from various pagan religions. However, serious scholars, long ago, refuted the ideas promulgated in Zeitgeist. To its own detriment, Zeitgeist quotes plenty of biased occult sources and very few, if any, primary sources.
"the worst thing about the movie is that it mixes some truth with much “that is plainly and simply Bogus.” "In watching Zeitgeist, I personally had a hard time believing so many lies could be crammed into one film."
"The most disturbing thing about this film is that Zeitgeist falsely claims that Jesus is mere ‘myth’ and not the Savior of the world. However, these claims clearly go against historical evidence to the contrary. Serious scholars and historians no longer question Jesus’ existence. "
"Overall, Zeitgeist repeatedly relies on the views of Satanists and famous occultists like Madame Helena Blavatsky and Manly P. Hall. Many historians document that Blavatsky’s occult teachings inspired the occult worldview of Adolph Hitler and the Nazi movement. One of the astonishing ironies about the Zeitgeist movement is that it came under the guise of exposing pagan beliefs and globalism only to end up leading people away from the truth of God’s word and into the occult and The New World Order!" Source
If Jesus returned how would you know it was him?