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Old 02-14-2005, 05:26 PM   #1
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Jesus of Nazareth

I love that rebel!
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That's great! If pointless!
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Yeah he's a cool guy, where's the discussion?

I find some of your threads very empty or confusing at best.
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Jesus is a good man...
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well if Jesus was to preach
what he preached in Galilee
they would lay Jesus Christ in his grave
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well if Jesus was to preach
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they would lay Jesus Christ in his grave
That is taken from the song "Jesus Christ" right? That is the thing about that song that confuses me. At the time they did lay Him in His grave for preaching what He preached. It stands to reason it wouldn't be any different than it would be today

Anyway its a great song nonetheless...
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That is taken from the song "Jesus Christ" right? That is the thing about that song that confuses me. At the time they did lay Him in His grave for preaching what He preached. It stands to reason it wouldn't be any different than it would be today

Anyway its a great song nonetheless...
So then what part doesn't make sense?

I think if Jesus came down today the majority wouldn't recognize him and they wouldn't care for what he said, especially many of those that called themselves Christians
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well if Jesus was to preach
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they would use homeland security to lock him up and throw away the key
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I doubt it, he would probably be institutionalised.
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terrible film, although no where near as bad as 'The Passion of the Christ'
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Jesus was a man, a carpenter by hand
His followers true and brave
One dirty little coward called Judas Iscariot
Has laid Jesus Christ in his grave
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Yeah he's a cool guy, where's the discussion?

I find some of your threads very empty or confusing at best.

I understand that not all members agree with me in my Christian faith. No problem with people disagreeing with my posts or faith.

I have tried to keep it simple. I apologize, if I have been empty or confusing.

We have to sort that out, what we have faith in, in our own spirits.

I like this forum because it allows us the freedom to express our faith or non-faith.

And to discuss our agreements and differences. And I hope, learn a few things from each other.

I think this thread has started a few discussions and thought.
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