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Standard memberJay Joos
Spirituality 10 May '07 12:25
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    10 May '07 12:25
    Is Jesus and God the same? do we label God as Christ as well as Jesus?

    If we do then the term B.C. cannot be.... Before Christ(God)....well....surely thats not possible as God has always been and there isn't a time before him....or was there???

    Or does the term B.C. just mean Before (Jesus) Christ?

    What are your thoughts????......🙂
  2. Standard memberDaemon Sin
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    10 May '07 12:26
    Originally posted by Jay Joos
    Is Jesus and God the same? do we label God as Christ as well as Jesus?

    If we do then the term B.C. cannot be.... Before Christ(God)....well....surely thats not possible as God has always been and there isn't a time before him....or was there???

    Or does the term B.C. just mean Before (Jesus) Christ?

    What are your thoughts????......🙂
    BCE
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    10 May '07 12:27
    Originally posted by Daemon Sin
    BCE
    And that means.....?
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    10 May '07 12:341 edit
    Originally posted by Jay Joos
    And that means.....?
    BCE = Before Common (alternatively, Current) Era

    As to your original question: In the Catholic tradition at least, Christ and God are one and the same, along with the Holy Spirit. It's known as the mystery of the Trinity.

    Edit: The term 'BC' in the context you are asking refers specifically to Before Christ.
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    10 May '07 12:40
    Originally posted by Fleabitten
    ... the mystery of the Trinity...
    Scooby Doo solved that one. It turned out to be the creepy gardener from the start of the episode trying to stop developers building houses on his land.
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    10 May '07 12:49
    Originally posted by Daemon Sin
    Scooby Doo solved that one. It turned out to be the creepy gardener from the start of the episode trying to stop developers building houses on his land.
    And if it wasn't for these meddling skeptics, he probably would have gotten away with it! 😠
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    10 May '07 13:19
    Originally posted by Daemon Sin
    Scooby Doo solved that one. It turned out to be the creepy gardener from the start of the episode trying to stop developers building houses on his land.
    Thanks for that input....
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    10 May '07 13:41
    Originally posted by Jay Joos
    Thanks for that input....
    Don't thank me, thank Fred Silverman.
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    10 May '07 14:31
    Originally posted by Daemon Sin
    Don't thank me, thank Fred Silverman.
    Who?
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    10 May '07 14:34
    Originally posted by Jay Joos
    Who?
    Fred Silverman.

    😉
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    10 May '07 14:35
    Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
    Fred Silverman.

    😉
    Pray tell...who is Fred Silverman? 😕
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    10 May '07 14:41
    Originally posted by Jay Joos
    Pray tell...who is Fred Silverman? 😕
    Google & Wikipedia are your friends:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Silverman


    Fred Silverman (born September 13, 1937 in New York City) is an American television executive and producer. He worked as an executive at CBS, ABC and NBC and was at least partly responsible for bringing to television such programs as Scooby-Doo (1969-1986), All in the Family (1971 - 1979), The Waltons (1972 - 1981), Roots (1977), and Charlie's Angels (1976 - 1981).

    --- Penguin.
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    10 May '07 14:55
    Originally posted by Penguin
    Google & Wikipedia are your friends:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Silverman


    Fred Silverman (born September 13, 1937 in New York City) is an American television executive and producer. He worked as an executive at CBS, ABC and NBC and was [b]at least partly responsible for bringing to television such programs as Scooby-Doo
    (1969-1986), All ...[text shortened]... he Waltons (1972 - 1981), Roots (1977), and Charlie's Angels (1976 - 1981).

    --- Penguin.[/b]
    Thanks Penguin...😀
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