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June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#253733 Aug 31, 2013
zef wrote:
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Virtually all modern scholars of antiquity agree that a historical Jesus existed.
They are all religious and have much to lose (such as their livelihoods) if they were to admit that Jesus was simply a myth created by Catholic theologians.

The Jews mentioned Christ as a messiah. They did not mention Jesus. The Catholics added the word Jesus to the word Christ.

The words Jesus and Christ both have the same meaning which is savior or messiah.

Jesus Christ equates to messiah, messiah.

The Catholics were double-dipping.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#253734 Aug 31, 2013
There are now Atheist preachers still preaching as though they are believers.

They have no where to go where they can earn livings, as theology has been their life.

How tragic that the followers believe what they hear and don't do their own research to comprehend that all is not as it seems.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#253735 Aug 31, 2013
Surely Jews faithful to Judaism know that a faithful Jew would never work in Catholic confessionals.

In private they must laugh at that story, and yet they no-doubt fear that if they vent their real feelings, the Catholics could again torture and murder them as happened for all those centuries when the Jews were labeled as "Christ-killers."
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#253736 Aug 31, 2013
Jews were not labeled as Jesus-killers. They were labeled as Christ-killers.

Theologians could and did sling the bull-sh*t at a whim ... and neither did they spare the ink "BLOTS."
zef

Marina Del Rey, CA

#253737 Sep 1, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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Catholics wrote the stories of Jesus and the other Jews who supposedly favored Catholicism.
Not one word in the supposed master's own handwriting and not one signature should put red flags up in your thoughts that a man of such "learning" would have put his own thoughts down on paper as you and I are now doing as we write down our thoughts.
You people WANT to stay STUPID.
That word SALAVATION crippled your ability to see the lies for what they are and realize the self-serving stories of Catholic theologians were and are, not at all associated with truth.
Early Christianity developed in an era of the Roman Empire during which many religions were practiced. These included the Greco-Roman religions of the Roman Empire period, the Roman imperial cult and various mystery religions as well as philosophic monotheistic religions such as Neoplatonism and Gnosticism and to a lesser extent the "barbarian" tribal religions practiced on the fringes of the Empire.
Even before the Council of Jerusalem the Christian apostles accepted both Jewish and pagan converts (Cornelius the Centurion is traditionally considered the first gentile convert) and there was a precarious balance between the Judaizers, insisting on the obedience to the Torah Laws by all Christians, and Pauline Christianity.
With the spread of Christianity in the Early Middle Ages, it has been argued that Christianity was influenced by the rituals of Germanic paganism, Celtic paganism, Slavic paganism and Folk religion in a number of ways.
There was a complex interaction between Hellenistic philosophy and Christianity during the early years of the church, particularly the first four centuries AD. Christianity originated in Roman occupied Jerusalem, a predominantly but not entirely Jewish society, with traditional philosophies distinct from the Classical Greek thought which was dominant in the greater Roman Empire at the time.
The conflict between the two modes of thought is recorded in the Christian scriptures, in Paul's encounters with Epicurean and Stoic philosophers mentioned in Acts, his diatribe against Greek philosophy in 1st Corinthians, and his warning against philosophy in Colossians 2:8.
As Christianity spread throughout the Hellenic world, and with a number of church leaders having been educated in Greek philosophy there was a fusion of the two modes of thought.
Pauline Christianity refers to the form of Christianity associated with the beliefs and doctrines espoused by the Apostle Paul in the Pauline epistles. Most of orthodox Christianity relies heavily on these teachings and considers them to be amplifications and explanations of the teachings of Jesus. Marcion of Sinope, a 2nd century theologian excommunicated as a heretic in 144, asserted that Paul was the only apostle who had rightly understood the new message of salvation as delivered by Christ.
Others perceive in Paul's writings teachings that are radically different from the original teachings of Jesus documented in the canonical gospels, early Acts and the rest of the New Testament, such as the Epistle of James. Opponents include the Ebionites and Nazarenes, Jewish Christians who rejected Paul for straying from normative Judaism.
The term is generally considered a pejorative by mainstream Christianity, as it carries the implication that Christianity is a corruption of the original teachings of Jesus, as for example in the belief of a Great Apostasy as found in Restorationism.
Some Early Christian groups, such as the Ebionites and the early church in Jerusalem led by James the Just, were strictly Jewish. According to the New Testament, Saul of Tarsus first persecuted the early Jewish Christians, then converted, adopted the name Paul and the title "Apostle to the Gentiles" and started proselytizing among the Gentiles. He persuaded the leaders of the Jerusalem Church to allow Gentile converts exemption from most Jewish commandments at the Council of Jerusalem.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#253738 Sep 1, 2013
To a Jew faithful to Judaism ... Hallelujah means "Praise ye Jehovah."

je·ho·vah

Noun

A form of the Hebrew name of God used in some translations of the Bible.
>>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>>>

Christians blaspheme the word Hallelujah to praise the Catholic-created-son-of-a-supp osed-god ... Jesus.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#253739 Sep 1, 2013
zef wrote:
<quoted text>
Early Christianity developed
It developed as an ex-Jewish cult.

Catholicism and Protestantism and Islam were and are all anti-Semitic. But at least the Muslims don't pretend to worship a Jew.
zef

Marina Del Rey, CA

#253740 Sep 1, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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It developed as an ex-Jewish cult.
Catholicism and Protestantism and Islam were and are all anti-Semitic. But at least the Muslims don't pretend to worship a Jew.
Early Christianity developed in an era of the Roman Empire during which many religions were practiced. These included the Greco-Roman religions of the Roman Empire period, the Roman imperial cult and various mystery religions as well as philosophic monotheistic religions such as Neoplatonism and Gnosticism and to a lesser extent the "barbarian" tribal religions practiced on the fringes of the Empire.
With the spread of Christianity in the Early Middle Ages, it has been argued that Christianity was influenced by the rituals of Germanic paganism, Celtic paganism, Slavic paganism and Folk religion in a number of ways.
There was a complex interaction between Hellenistic philosophy and Christianity during the early years of the church, particularly the first four centuries AD. Christianity originated in Roman occupied Jerusalem, a predominantly but not entirely Jewish society, with traditional philosophies distinct from the Classical Greek thought which was dominant in the greater Roman Empire at the time.
The conflict between the two modes of thought is recorded in the Christian scriptures, in Paul's encounters with Epicurean and Stoic philosophers mentioned in Acts, his diatribe against Greek philosophy in 1st Corinthians, and his warning against philosophy in Colossians 2:8.
As Christianity spread throughout the Hellenic world, and with a number of church leaders having been educated in Greek philosophy there was a fusion of the two modes of thought.
Pauline Christianity refers to the form of Christianity associated with the beliefs and doctrines espoused by the Apostle Paul in the Pauline epistles. Most of orthodox Christianity relies heavily on these teachings and considers them to be amplifications and explanations of the teachings of Jesus. Marcion of Sinope, a 2nd century theologian excommunicated as a heretic in 144, asserted that Paul was the only apostle who had rightly understood the new message of salvation as delivered by Christ. Others perceive in Paul's writings teachings that are radically different from the original teachings of Jesus documented in the canonical gospels, early Acts and the rest of the New Testament, such as the Epistle of James. Opponents include the Ebionites and Nazarenes, Jewish Christians who rejected Paul for straying from normative Judaism. The term is generally considered a pejorative by mainstream Christianity, as it carries the implication that Christianity is a corruption of the original teachings of Jesus, as for example in the belief of a Great Apostasy as found in Restorationism.
Some Early Christian groups, such as the Ebionites and the early church in Jerusalem led by James the Just, were strictly Jewish. According to the New Testament, Saul of Tarsus first persecuted the early Jewish Christians, then converted, adopted the name Paul and the title "Apostle to the Gentiles" and started proselytizing among the Gentiles. He persuaded the leaders of the Jerusalem Church to allow Gentile converts exemption from most Jewish commandments at the Council of Jerusalem. Even before the Council of Jerusalem the Christian apostles accepted both Jewish and pagan converts (Cornelius the Centurion is traditionally considered the first gentile convert) and there was a precarious balance between the Judaizers, insisting on the obedience to the Torah Laws by all Christians, and Pauline Christianity.
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#253741 Sep 1, 2013
IMAGINATION

You can find in a text whatever you bring, if you will stand between it and the mirror of your imagination. You may not see your ears, but they will be there.
- "A Fable"

Mark Twain
http://www.twainquotes.com/Imagination.html
June VanDerMark

Since: Sep 09

Quesnel, Canada

#253742 Sep 1, 2013
Every time people in religion take the words of their favorite theologians for granted as being based on truth ... another lie is passed off as truth.

Theology is philosophy and to dare brag that philosophy is truth ... is a lie.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#253743 Sep 3, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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You are a silly women.
The Catholics were in power in the Roman Empire at the time the new testament was published. ONLY what was authorized by the first Catholic (bishops) popes ... was allowed to be entered into the bible.
The Jews did not write that a savior named Jesus was coming. The Catholics wrote that data all on their own.
Jews faithful to Judaism don't believe that THEIR messiah has come even once ... never mind that "he's" coming for the second time.
You were hoodwinked and because you loved that story that only Catholics would be saved ... you stick to that story and defend it with a vengeance ... which is what your Catholic theologians expected of you and those who align with you.
The New Testament were testaments written in the first century. Long before Catholics were around.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#253744 Sep 3, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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Were all the other supposed saviors created by the same god ... or just Jesus?
OH WAIT ... don't tell me ... you are Catholic, so only Jesus was the REAL savior.
Noting like favoring your own religion ... is there Ink?
What other saviors?
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#253745 Sep 3, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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If Jesus was a Jew and he practiced pure unadulterated Judaism ... why are YOU not a Jew that practices pure unadulterated Judaism???
I wasn't born into a Jewish family.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#253746 Sep 3, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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And god means Jehovah in Judaism or ADONAI, or Elohim. Jesus is NOT included in Judaism.
I suggest you stop being anti-Semitic by adding Jesus as an extra in your stage-plays.
I don't speak Hebrew.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#253747 Sep 3, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
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To a Jewish mother faithful to Judaism ... that is until the Catholic theologians (pens in hand) morphed the image of Mary into a Catholic saint.
What a joke!
I suggest there is not a Jewish mother on earth (faithful to Judaism) who would abandon Judaism for Catholicism.
Mary was always a Jew. Why do you keep making the same stupid statements over and over and ignoring the timeline for Christianity.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#253748 Sep 3, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
<quoted text>
Catholics wrote the stories of Jesus and the other Jews who supposedly favored Catholicism.
Not one word in the supposed master's own handwriting and not one signature should put red flags up in your thoughts that a man of such "learning" would have put his own thoughts down on paper as you and I are now doing as we write down our thoughts.
You people WANT to stay STUPID.
That word SALAVATION crippled your ability to see the lies for what they are and realize the self-serving stories of Catholic theologians were and are, not at all associated with truth.
No they were Jews.

“=”

Since: Oct 07

Appleton WI

#253749 Sep 3, 2013
June VanDerMark wrote:
<quoted text>
They are all religious and have much to lose (such as their livelihoods) if they were to admit that Jesus was simply a myth created by Catholic theologians.
The Jews mentioned Christ as a messiah. They did not mention Jesus. The Catholics added the word Jesus to the word Christ.
The words Jesus and Christ both have the same meaning which is savior or messiah.
Jesus Christ equates to messiah, messiah.
The Catholics were double-dipping.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-zLLjJZRIukg/TzIVrd1...

“=”

Since: Oct 07

Appleton WI

#253750 Sep 3, 2013
Ink wrote:
<quoted text>
Mary was always a Jew. Why do you keep making the same stupid statements over and over and ignoring the timeline for Christianity.
As I said... a child stubbornly refusing to acknowledge that the sky is blue... so stubborn she now refuses to even look at the sky. If she's not at least a couple jokers shy of a full deck, then she's doing it deliberately to be a giant ass.
Ink

Drexel Hill, PA

#253751 Sep 3, 2013
Tre H wrote:
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As I said... a child stubbornly refusing to acknowledge that the sky is blue... so stubborn she now refuses to even look at the sky. If she's not at least a couple jokers shy of a full deck, then she's doing it deliberately to be a giant ass.
Yeah, she ignores everything I say and just gets mad and falls back on quoting her two favorite atheists without questioning anything they say. Talk about being led around by her nose.
Economist

Buffalo, NY

#253752 Sep 3, 2013
Ink wrote:
<quoted text>
The New Testament were testaments written in the first century. Long before Catholics were around.
Yes but the original testaments were edited and translated by Catholic popes and bishops in ways that fit their ideas of what ought to be in their "New Testaments"

The old bible stories were just that a collection of stories.

The new testament is a work of fiction produced by cunning people to ensure their families continued employment.

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