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#51 2020-07-31 06:22:17

Geraldbox
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From: Russia
Registered: 2020-07-28
Posts: 1

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

What you are seeing is a cultural icon, the churchs and hollywoods view. Jesus was more likely a little hook-nosed, swarthy, mediterranean fella.

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#52 2020-08-15 11:35:50

DavidphonS
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From: Russia
Registered: 2020-08-14
Posts: 2

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

Although I realize you asked your question simply to begin a discussion. But as a non-Christian, Id think its less important what Jesus believed or didnt, and more important what you believe.

John

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#53 2020-08-22 12:09:06

DavidphonS
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Re: Jesus and Lucifer

Some member of this forum said that when the leading figure head in the form of Christ himself endured so much and sacrificed himself,it is expected of his followers to follow his example and make sacrifices,big or small.The cross has become a sacred symbol in this very context.

Now, if that be the case, then the native Amerindians who supposedly sacrificed human beings on an industrial scale either with or without the consent of the victims are in a way following the example set by Jesus. Arent they?

If so , then why are they sneered at and why is it that the sacrifices of the followers of Christ praised high as being those of martyrs?

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#54 2020-08-24 08:22:07

CharlesGrids
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From: Colombia
Registered: 2020-08-14
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Re: Jesus and Lucifer

Looks satirical and its Irish. I think I would watch this.

I reckon if Jesus was born in this day and age hed want to have some pretty awesome miracles up his sleeve or hed be laughed at.

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#55 2020-08-26 11:34:57

ErickCob
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From: Украина
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Posts: 2

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

Looks satirical and its Irish. I think I would watch this.

I reckon if Jesus was born in this day and age hed want to have some pretty awesome miracles up his sleeve or hed be laughed at.

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#56 2020-09-12 12:51:20

ComftestBes
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From: Украина
Registered: 2020-08-18
Posts: 1

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

Certainly. It was and with me.

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#57 2020-10-06 14:16:33

DonnaAVamb
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From: Paraguay
Registered: 2020-10-06
Posts: 7

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

I saw a documentary recently which suggested that Judas action was not a betrayal but requested by Jesus himself. I believe this was on the History Channel.

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#58 2020-10-07 01:56:43

DonnaAVamb
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From: Paraguay
Registered: 2020-10-06
Posts: 7

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

I saw a documentary recently which suggested that Judas action was not a betrayal but requested by Jesus himself. I believe this was on the History Channel.

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#59 2020-10-07 09:03:28

DonnaAVamb
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From: Paraguay
Registered: 2020-10-06
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Re: Jesus and Lucifer

I saw a documentary recently which suggested that Judas action was not a betrayal but requested by Jesus himself. I believe this was on the History Channel.

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#60 2020-10-12 11:12:21

DonnaAVamb
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From: Paraguay
Registered: 2020-10-06
Posts: 7

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

I saw a documentary recently which suggested that Judas action was not a betrayal but requested by Jesus himself. I believe this was on the History Channel.

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#61 2020-10-12 21:05:32

Vernoninten
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From: Russia
Registered: 2020-10-12
Posts: 1

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

Some member of this forum said that when the leading figure head in the form of Christ himself endured so much and sacrificed himself,it is expected of his followers to follow his example and make sacrifices,big or small.The cross has become a sacred symbol in this very context.

Now, if that be the case, then the native Amerindians who supposedly sacrificed human beings on an industrial scale either with or without the consent of the victims are in a way following the example set by Jesus. Arent they?

If so , then why are they sneered at and why is it that the sacrifices of the followers of Christ praised high as being those of martyrs?

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#62 2020-10-16 11:43:16

DonnaAVamb
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From: Paraguay
Registered: 2020-10-06
Posts: 7

Re: Jesus and Lucifer

I saw a documentary recently which suggested that Judas action was not a betrayal but requested by Jesus himself. I believe this was on the History Channel.

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