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TOPIC: Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism?

Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 10 Dec 2019 05:04 #121

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Look Ugh, this game could have been made for you, it's all about your zombie boyfriend.. :beat:

We holy men are DANGEROUS..:)
"The Lord made my mouth a sharp sword, an arrow in his quiver" (Isaiah 49:1/2)

Eat this Tojo and remember Pearl Harbor you oriental heathen-

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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 10 Dec 2019 06:01 #122

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redpill wrote:
Christianity is paganism.

Yep!

Church leaders .came along and put their brand on paganism, and called it, 'Christianity'
Birth is not a beginning; death is not an end. There is existence without limitation; there is continuity without a starting point.” ~ Chuang Tzu
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 10 Dec 2019 11:07 #123

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Ugh, you look like a creepy pervert. and a sad old twat in an army jacket.

Did I just hear a voice in the dark from Frothy's cell?..:)

if you've hearing voices that might explain how you got sucked into Christianity.

:yes:
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 10 Dec 2019 16:12 #124

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peacenik wrote:
Church leaders .came along and put their brand on paganism, and called it, 'Christianity'

You gotta be jivin us boy!
The early church leaders TRASHED paganism bigtime-

Paul said- "Learn to control your own body in a way that is holy and honorable, not in passionate lust like the pagans, who do not know God" (1 Thess 4:4/5)
Paul said- "You know that when you were pagans, somehow or other you were influenced and led astray to mute idols." (1 Cor 12:2)
Peter said- "What pagans choose to do—living in debauchery, lust, drunkenness, orgies, carousing and detestable idolatry" (1 Peter 4:3)
Jesus said- "..do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words." (Matt 6:7)
Jesus said- "Do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the pagans run after all these things" (Matt 6:31/2)
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 10 Dec 2019 17:21 #125

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Ugh quote- Did I just hear a voice in the dark from Frothy's cell?..:)

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if you've hearing voices that might explain how you got sucked into Christianity. :yes:

Speaking of the dark, that's what's in store for all Jesus-rejecters, the universe is going to spit them out..:)-
"Ungodly men, wandering stars for whom the blackness of darkness is reserved forever" (Jude 1:4-19)


Below: I'm not saying Kane was a JC-rejecter, we just don't know, perhaps I'm over-sentimental but I think the crew could have at least said something like "He was a good kid" before shooting his body into the void..



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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 10 Dec 2019 19:28 #126

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Ugh's all about reciting the NT cause he can't think for himself, and dreaming up about hearing voices on an internet forum.

I;ll let readers decide for themselves about 'his' rhetoric.
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 00:00 #127

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Ugh's all about reciting the NT cause he can't think for himself, and dreaming up about hearing voices on an internet forum...

The only dreamer around here is you mate, snug and warm in the dark safe space under your bed, and the only voice we're hearing from under there is you talking in your sleep saying "mummy, mummy, please keep me safe from them nasty Christians, MWAAAH!"..:)
Do yourself a favour and-



And for anybody who can't see the vid for whatever reason, here's a still from it for insurance
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 00:05 #128

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Go thrash them miscreants Ugh, teach 'em a most righteous lesson.
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 03:26 #129

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Looks like Ugh is having hallucinations as well as hearing voices in his head :larf:
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 04:17 #130

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Looks like Ugh is having hallucinations as well as hearing voices in his head :larf:

Listen, I hear a voice, it's Frothy's mammy..:)-




And listen, he's answering her, how sweet..:)

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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 04:21 #131

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Stop playing with you cartoons sissy ^.

GO and have a look at that anomaly that was spotted on Mars that I posted up recently, post something outwith your pallet of nonsense.
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 21:43 #132

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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism?

The idea of, 'Pre Existence' is a pagan. Christianity believed in 'Pre Existence' all the way up until AD553 when it was condemned as heresy. ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-existence

So 'yes', without a doubt, Christianity really did borrow from paganism.
Birth is not a beginning; death is not an end. There is existence without limitation; there is continuity without a starting point.” ~ Chuang Tzu
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 22:12 #133

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The idea of, 'Pre Existence' is a pagan. Christianity believed in 'Pre Existence' all the way up until AD553 when it was condemned as heresy. ...
So 'yes', without a doubt, Christianity really did borrow from paganism.

Tell us what you mean exactly by "pre-existence" mate, do you mean reincarnation or what?
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 22:33 #134

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The idea of, 'Pre Existence' is a pagan. Christianity believed in 'Pre Existence' all the way up until AD553 when it was condemned as heresy. ...
So 'yes', without a doubt, Christianity really did borrow from paganism.

Tell us what you mean exactly by "pre-existence" mate, do you mean reincarnation or what?

It means, "beforelife", or "premortal existence".

Your names is, 'Ugh' and you live in the here and now. Pre-Existence say's you existed prior to being Ugh. You existed prior to current existence. 'Pre Existence' is just another word for 'immortality'. Obviously, you cannot, 'Pre Exist' unless you are immortal.
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 11 Dec 2019 22:41 #135

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Pre-Existence say's you existed prior to being Ugh. You existed prior to current existence. 'Pre Existence' is just another word for 'immortality'. Obviously, you cannot, 'Pre Exist' unless you are immortal.[/color]

So where exactly was I before I was Ugh, and was I a soul or spirit, or was I in a squishy fleshy body somewhere?
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 12 Dec 2019 00:56 #136

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Past lives and Pre Existence are the same thing. They both mean the same,.... "living before current existence". If you don't like the phrase, 'past lives', then use the term 'Pre Existence'. They both mean the same.

So 'yes', Christianity once believed in, 'past lives'.

Why do I know this to be true? Because Christianity believed in 'Pre Existence. Pre existence is by definition, the same thing as, 'past lives' .

You see, once you open the 'Pre Existence' package, all sorts of things are laid bare.
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 12 Dec 2019 01:14 #137

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..Pre existence is by definition, the same thing as, 'past lives'..

Do you mean past lives in solid flesh-and-blood bodies on earth?
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When Jewsus appeared transfigured on the hill within the Christian literature, how were the witnesses able to recognise Moses and Elijah, ie how did they even know what either looked like?
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 12 Dec 2019 03:50 #139

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When Jewsus appeared transfigured on the hill within the Christian literature, how were the witnesses able to recognise Moses and Elijah, ie how did they even know what either looked like?

No mystery there, they must have asked JC who the two doods were and he told 'em..:)
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When Jewsus appeared transfigured on the hill within the Christian literature, how were the witnesses able to recognise Moses and Elijah, ie how did they even know what either looked like?

No mystery there, they must have asked JC who the two doods were and he told 'em..:)

Where precisely is that specific information positioned in your book?
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