Jesus Christ Believers...

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    I am an agnostic, probably the best way to view the world and life because honetsly you don't know what's going to happen when you die. But I just wanted to ask you guys what you think about these people in history who share the same story as Jesus and were born before Jesus...
    Horus The Sun God
    Attis of Greece
    Krishna of India
    Dionysus (Greece)
    Mithra of Persia

    I mean especially Horus who bsically has the same story as Jesus, and here's his story for the skeptics
    Horus is the sun god of egypt.
    Horus was born on December 25th
    Horus was also born of a virgin.
    In the story of Horus, he was born of the star in the east,
    and was adorned by three kings.
    Horus was a teacher at 12 years old
    and was baptized when he was 30, to begin his ministry.
    Horus had 12 disciples who he travelled about with healing the sick, and walking on water.
    He was called the lamb of god, the good shepard, yaddda yadda
    Horus was also crucified, buried for Three Days
    and then Ressurected.
     
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    Did Horus save a prostitute or adulterer from stoning by telling the rulers of his time, "he who is without sin cast the first stone, judge not least ye be judged"?

    For which he could have been stoned too.
     
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    No one knows what Jesus was scribbling in the sand during that time, but my guess is the word "love".
     
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    Jesus is a great role model.... But I want you to explain why you still believe in Jesus Christ even though somebody else had the same story as him and was born before him?
     
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    I believe in Jesus the same way I believe in Socrates, second hand accounts of great and flawed men with legends attached.

    Horus is not flawed, or a man.
     
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    do you believe he is the son of god?
     
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    Let me be clear here, I think Jesus existed, that he was a real man, a great man with a poetic understanding of the human condition for his time, a very hard time to live in.

    I think if one reads the most basic parts of his teaching they will live a better life, or at least understand the suffering of life better, and be better.

    I do not believe he was the son of God, anymore than we all are sons and daughters of God, I do not believe he was born of a Virgin or rose from the dead.

    I understand why those who loved him so, and watched him die the way he did needed to believe he rose from the dead, and in their hearts and minds he probably did.

    They loved him so much they needed to believe that. (I have conversations with my dead father all the time.)

    But that does not make it so.

    No more than religious cynicism makes his real life not so.
     
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    Ok I agree with you..... good comment.... but im an agnostic, do you agree with my view
     
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    I agree you should be agnostic as long as that is what you experience.

    I agree you should be true to your experience, be true to yourself.
     
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