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synaptic distress
synaptic distress
9 years ago

What’s does “question” mean?

Piper
Piper
9 years ago

Do you mean resurrection?
I never heard of Christ reincarnating?
Either way, I’m still not sure the person existed at all.

craig b
craig b
9 years ago

You mean besides the hundreds and hundreds of people that knew Him and SAW Him? It has been written. No one wrote against it when it was written about. Into the next generation the story was told to thousands and again, no one wrote against it. If it was false – the event would have been forgotten. THis is the nature of human truths. Say, did you hear about the two big buildings in New York that toppled from the gas explosion in the one? It fell against the other and they both went down. Maybe the World Trade Towers.… Read more »

Prometheus Unbound
Prometheus Unbound
9 years ago

The evidence can also be found through hermeneutics and biblical exegesis. There never was a God-man sweet heart.

curiouslygreen323
curiouslygreen323
9 years ago

History and experience tells us that people who are well and truly dead stay that way and don’t come back to life. We even know *why* they don’t come back to life. Therefore, to believe otherwise would require a great deal of evidence. To believe that someone can come back to life is *irrational*, since there is no valid reason to believe this is possible. I try not to believe too many irrational things.

Craig at home
Craig at home
9 years ago

No evidence one way or the other of Santa, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, etc… How can you question the existence of them as well?

Sorry. None of them exist.

Dreamstuff Entity
Dreamstuff Entity
9 years ago

How can you question the existence of the monster under the bed when there is no evidence either way?

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