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Tram law
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Message 30 of 89 (614998)
05-09-2011 3:16 PM
Reply to: Message 29 by GDR
05-09-2011 10:33 AM


So why would it be a waste of time if there's no historical event?

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Tram law
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Message 32 of 89 (615003)
05-09-2011 3:40 PM
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05-09-2011 3:22 PM


I was referring to this paragraph:

In other words if the bodily resurrection of Jesus is not an historical event then all of Christianity is a waste of time. If the resurrection isn`t historical then Jesus was delusional and although the message he preached may ring true for us there is no real reason to give it any credibility.


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