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The bible is for a fact Egyptian text. That is the true religon. So that means that the same Son that the Christians worship, the Egyptian people look upon the true Sun as the most high . They knew that everything that was good on earth came from the Sun. It was the closes thing to the Father. The true seeker will be awakend with research. The true seeker must find out where certain words and terms derive from. As you get deeper into research the seeker will find that Jesus is actually a representation of the True Sun. A Sun God, Before the english language came about the word "Sun" was spelled "Son". Don't believe me, do your own research. (Source)
When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” (John 8:12 NIV)
The proof that the bible was re-written by Constantine and the Council I believe was found in Victorian times, whilst they were hunting for proof that The Bible was the word of God, it just kind of backfired.
In fact worshipping the sun is listed as an "abomination" (=idolatrous religion) in Ezekiel ch8, where the prophet is shown the various groups of unfaithful Jews who have been secretly following abominations.
It's not improbable, in fact it's rather probable, that the Bible has been altered by power hungry men.
For example, on December the 23rd, the sun stops it's gradual decline into a lower altitude for three days, the highest point being over the star constellation Crux (cross), until it start moving higher in the sky again each day (Death and Resurrection).
Historically, that only works until you get back to the earliest copies of the Bible, because we can just go look at them to compare what is being presented in, say, the King James Version of the Bible. I've had people claim that the KJV of the Bible was a "re-write", with all sorts of changes made to suit the King of England. Those claims evaporate when I point out that the KJV is a Protestant Bible, and we can compare earlier, Catholic Bibles, and lo and behold, they're pretty much the same thing.
The church doesn't teach that Jesus was born on 25 December -- the only evidence of his birthday puts it in March or September. Christmas is simply a feast to celebrate his birth, and it was put in December to encourage Roman converts to celebrate Christmas, instead of the Roman festival of Saturnalia, which was on the Solstice.
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See I think any alteration of the Bible is very relevant to your thread, because re-writing it to conform to old sun-god worshipping religions would have been something that would have seemed quite appealing to the ancient conqueror.
This is a direct link to the Son/Sun argument, especially to people like myself who believe Jesus existed and obviously believe he was a man, not a planetary body.edit on 25-2-2014 by iRoyalty because: (no reason given)
No, Horus wasn't born of a virgin -- Osiris, the father of Horus, was killed and chopped up into bits by Seth, who scattered the bits around Egypt. Isis, sister/wife of Osiris, gathered the pieces, put him back together, had sex with the remains and conceived Horus, who went on to avenge his father's death. Does that sound like he was born of a virgin?
No, Horus wasn't crucified -- there is only one Egyptian text that says he died, The Legend of the Death of Horus, but in that text, he died from a scorpion bite, not crucifixion.
I've never heard that Horus walked on water, but I'm guessing it's as wrong as the other two.
The injustice in this isn't the attempt to refute Christianity, which can stand up to it, but the intentional perversion of another peoples' stories in making that effort. Horus and his legends meant something to people, people who didn't believe that he was born of a virgin or crucified, because he wasn't.
It started with zeitgeist and seemed to take off from there, and for whatever reason people parrot it despite the fact it is easily debunked with a little research.
For whatever reason, some will still cling to this dubious conspiracy theory even after it has been shown to have no grounds in reality (when they could easily dismiss Christianity on more reasonable grounds if they so desired).