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TOPIC: Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism?

Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 17 Dec 2019 02:25 #161

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Catholicism has allot of Pagan influence. They allowed this to win Pagan Europeans over to the church. Protestantism tried to rid Christianity of (Germanic) Paganism and return to it's Jewish roots. Protestantism was funded and influenced by rich merchant Jews from the start who where seeking to create division between Northern Europe and Catholic Spain who had previously kicked them out. That's why Protestants are such miserable cunts
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 17 Dec 2019 03:16 #162

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HotRod wrote:
...Protestants are such miserable cunts

I'm non-denominational, therefore as far as Organised Religion is concerned, I don't give a-



but as a neutral, I think I'd prefer Protestantism over Catholicism because catholics seem to have lost the plot by praying to Jesus's human mum and to human "saints", even though the bible says "don't talk to dead people".
They even ignore Jesus who said "When you pray, say 'Our Father in heaven...".
See, no reference to firing off useless blanks to dead humans..:)
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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 17 Dec 2019 03:25 #163

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Hey Hotrod, as you're a FNG let me welcome you to TZ..:)

And in case you missed an earlier post of mine in this 'Did Christianity Borrow from Paganism?" thread, let me repost it below-

I've got no beef with Paganism because it's got some good points, for example in 'The Wicker Man' Lord Summerisle presents this young boy to the landlords daughter so that she can teach him the joys of sex, the lucky little fucker..

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Did Christianity Borrow From Paganism? 17 Dec 2019 07:44 #164

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Celtic Druids burned humans alive in the Wicker Man. Pagan Europeans where barbaric human/child sacrificing, mass raping and murdering drunk pedophiles. The Catholic Church had to put them to the sword and burn them at the stake to civilize Europe
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