Jesus never died on the cross.
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Boulder, CO

#56 Feb 6, 2013
NDanger wrote:
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I don't think god knows much...
I am the Alpha and the Omega, I am the wisdom of the wise and the strength of those who are strong.

Boulder, CO

#57 Feb 6, 2013
socci wrote:
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Coptics were/are Orthodox from the east/west schism of the 4th century during Constantine. There were no Christians in pagan Egypt. Those became the Gnostics. The Christians were across Syria and into north Africa until Islam came thru in the 7th century (see: silent cities of Syria)
Drift up the Nile and you will find the oldest strain xtianity continually practiced, in Ethiopia, in Axum, 13 th cataract of the Nile. Even a cursory glance of your own Bible tells you christ went to Egypt. As soon as his holy foot tramped upon her soil he became the beloved of the Nile gods, there were those in Egypt who saw his holy face as a child and have worshiped him ever since.. the centuries look down to upon him and Egypt since then is and has been his.

Pittsburgh, PA

#58 Feb 6, 2013

Geez! error has been made,,,he was beat-up dudes

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