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Danny  
October 30, 2008 2:24pm
 
AH, but the differences in such a crucial matter as who was in the tomb when the disciples/Mary Magdalene arrived is very important in debunking the story. If the event was true, as momentous as it would have to have been, the stories would have all matched up. They're not complimentary in the least, but instead are totally contradictory.

Remember, jesus didn't even exist to begin with. There's no evidence of his existence oustide of the bible, not to mention, as I've said a dozen or more times already...His entire life story was stolen from other pre-dating mythologies.

Let's say for a second though, for the sake of the argument, that he did exist. It's not like a few of the disciples couldn't have robbed the grave. Honestly.

Let's not forget that there are books that were omitted from the bible entirely. And if you ever read them you'd know why...they're so absurd that had they been put into the canon(The books that went in were voted on, people...check your history), nobody would have ever believed any of it.

Enjoy your 2000 year old control system.
     
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