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November 13, 2008 1:56pm
You didn't really debunk much of anything, SK.

The similarities there in the book of the dead and the ten commandments are almost indentical, not few. The ten commandments are merely a condensed version altered to "Thou shalt not" instead of "I have not."

By the way, Mithra, prior to having a cult of his own, was a deity in Zoroastrianism, which again, actually does pre-date christianity.

I don't echo false-hoods or half-truths. Claiming that is a a regurgitation of the constant denial of christians so that they can cling to their faiths.

It's blatantly obvious that the bible DOES in fact contradict itself at ever turn. It is it's own source for this lunacy.

I don't want to hear about differing interpretations of the bible either. Given that the intent of christians is for so much of it to be taken literally, it must either all be regarded as literal truth, or it's all just a vague text. It contradicts itself repeatedly. There's absolutely no way around this whatsoever.

I haven't allowed myself to be misguided by anyone. I came to my own conclusions, but Richard Dawkins and Dr. Robert Price (Who used to be a baptist minister) and the like have reinforced these conclusions.

By the way, Richard Dawkins is considered to be one of the top intellectuals in modern society.

Clinging to petty faiths in ancient myths is useless in the modern age of technological advancement and scientific enlightenment.

Given what we know about the heavens, and the fact that there are no magical palaces in the clouds, where exactly did jesus ascend to? I don't want to hear some bull about how heaven isn't a physical place. It says in the text that jesus physically ascended. So where did he ascend to, since there's absolutely nowhere for him to have ascended to?

Boom. Instant hole blasted in your system of belief with SIMPLE LOGIC and EDUCATION.
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