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Author Topic:   Living According to Christ: Is it Reasonable?
jaywill
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Message 121 of 122 (606846)
02-28-2011 3:35 PM
Reply to: Message 118 by Phage0070
02-28-2011 12:43 PM


Re: Pascals Wager
The Ancient Egyptian religion persisted for more than 3000 years, yet today there are little to no believers.
I have no illusion or goal of ridding the world of Christianity. But don't think your particular superstition is eternal.
They had a radical king who tried in midstream to change course to a monotheistic faith. However, he said that he was the only one in the world who really knew this god.
Ancient Egypt is a fascinating civilization to study. I don't know if your claim to one Egyptian religion for 3000 years is true or not.
At any rate, I don't mind if Christianity fades from the earth. I expect that the coming Antichrist will do a job on Christianity.
I think the ANITY can come and go. The Christ stays forever.

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