Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by Amelia, Jun 8, 2012.
Did a resurrected Christ leave his tomb three days (or thereabouts) after he was crucified?
First recorded zombie outbreak...
So 50 percent of the people who voted in a poll titled "Christians" aren't Christian.
Why do they feel compelled, one wonders....
50% was only one person at that point.
Anyway, when I make polls specially for one group of people, I try to also give an option that others can click. That serves a couple of purposes, including giving everyone who wants to see the results a way to do it without having to open up a new window to get updates.
I felt like contributing.
It was a weekend....... he had to get back to his job.
As a community organizer...
I remember a group of scholars which might have included priests and ministers of mainstream Christian denominations who seemed to be working out a way to say Christ had not been resurrected but also to say that rejecting that part of the traditional history didn't take away from their ability to call themselves Christians or to perform their religious duties.
But I can't remember the name of the group and/or project. Not enough info to google for right now.
It might have been 15 years ago, give or take a few. All I remember about it now was how strongly I reacted when I read about it. It was at that moment that I knew that I really really really did believe Christ was resurrected. I sort of took it for granted before but the nature of my surprise was such that day, that I realized I really believed.
Many more besides Christ were reserructed according to the bible.
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