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Jesus died for his own inexplicable reasons..

Ronyon's picture

A religion that says God has sent himself to earth as a sacrifice to himself so he can forgive mankind for the sin of being created, by himself, as imperfect beings in his own image,has a”nicely done criticism ” of the new age?
Beyond might makes right?
I suppose it is possible, but it seems far fetched. I suppose I will look for myself.

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Pobop's picture

Ronyon: Why not? The catholic church has been discrediting opposing ideologies for hundreds of years. It would be strange if they didn’t know how to argue.

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Sandy's picture

Perhaps the message was supposed to be about the resurrection, that we live even after our body dies.

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This page is in the section ⚒ Critiques of monism,
      which is in ⚒ Monism: the denial of difference,
      which is in Unity and diversity,
      which is in Doing meaning better.

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