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19 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - CU-Boulder sociologist... · 2 replies · +3 points

Well said

19 weeks ago @ Daily Camera.com: - CU-Boulder sociologist... · 2 replies · +2 points

99% of hard drug users start with booze

37 weeks ago @ Storyleak - Las Vegas Installs "In... · 2 replies · +6 points

The police state is getting worse

37 weeks ago @ Storyleak - Oregon School District... · 1 reply · +1 points

We can only hope

41 weeks ago @ Storyleak - Scientists Developing ... · 369 replies · +2 points

I am trying I have reduced roger and only reply with a ".".

The admin has been removing all his comments on Belfast today which is nice. Pretty sure they are tired of him derailing threads. With any luck he will be gone from there soon

41 weeks ago @ http://www.belfasttele... - I have proof story of ... · 2 replies · +3 points

Not moving anything. Just showing you why the bible has no creditability whatsoever

41 weeks ago @ http://www.belfasttele... - I have proof story of ... · 4 replies · +2 points

No book of the New Testament survives in the original autograph copy. What we have then come from copies, and copies of copies, of questionable originals (if the stories came piecemeal over time, as it appears it has, then there may never have existed an original). The earliest copies we have came more than a century later than the autographs, and these exist on fragments of papyrus

41 weeks ago @ http://www.belfasttele... - I have proof story of ... · 6 replies · +2 points

Sure can. Please understand that the stories themselves cannot serve as examples of eyewitness accounts since they came as products of the minds of the unknown authors, and not from the characters themselves. The Gospels describe narrative stories, written almost virtually in the third person. People who wish to portray themselves as eyewitnesses will write in the first person, not in the third person. Moreover, many of the passages attributed to Jesus could only have come from the invention of its authors. For example, many of the statements of Jesus claim to have come from him while allegedly alone. If so, who heard him? It becomes even more marked when the evangelists report about what Jesus thought. To whom did Jesus confide his thoughts? Clearly, the Gospels employ techniques that fictional writers use. In any case the Gospels can only serve, at best, as hearsay, and at worst, as fictional, mythological, or falsified stories.

41 weeks ago @ http://www.belfasttele... - I have proof story of ... · 14 replies · +3 points

So it's all hearsay.

At least you admit it

41 weeks ago @ http://www.belfasttele... - I have proof story of ... · 16 replies · +1 points

Not a single instance in any of Paul's writings claims that he ever meets or sees an earthly Jesus, nor does Paul give any reference to Jesus' life on earth