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    Question 1...

    Was Jesus in existence in the Old Testament?

    Question 2...

    If he was in existence, where was he?

    Question 3...

    If he was in existence, what was his opinion of God the Father's instructions to Israel?
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    29 Dec '17 19:18
    Originally posted by @eladar
    Question 1...

    Was Jesus in existence in the Old Testament?

    Question 2...

    If he was in existemce, where was he?

    Question 3...

    If he was in existence, what was his opinion of God the Father's instructions to Israel?
    1. Yes Jesus was in existence from the beginning. See John 1.

    2. Jesus was with God the Father

    3. Jesus was in total agreement with all of what God instructed Israel to do.
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    According to all you eternal suffering believers Jesus will also be in hell overseeing the eternal burning. Nice.
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    29 Dec '17 19:50
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    According to all you eternal suffering believers Jesus will also be in hell overseeing the eternal burning. Nice.
    Care to answer the op?
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    29 Dec '17 20:09
    Originally posted by @eladar
    Care to answer the op?
    There is only one entity in god so yes Jesus was “in” the Old Testament. Probably physically present in the the form of Melchezideck.
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    29 Dec '17 20:09
    Originally posted by @eladar
    Care to answer the op?
    Why bother, you answered it yourself after 3 minutes.
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    29 Dec '17 20:41
    Originally posted by @eladar
    Question 1...

    Was Jesus in existence in the Old Testament?

    Question 2...

    If he was in existence, where was he?

    Question 3...

    If he was in existence, what was his opinion of God the Father's instructions to Israel?
    1. No
    2. N.A.
    3. N.A.
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    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Why bother, you answered it yourself after 3 minutes.
    So you agree? I was wondering which people who claim to be Christian disagree.

    Suzi seems to believe the God of the OT is evil, but Jesus has replaced that old bad guy so now Christians are good.
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    29 Dec '17 21:03
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    There is only one entity in god so yes Jesus was “in” the Old Testament. Probably physically present in the the form of Melchezideck.
    I heard that theory.
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    30 Dec '17 00:49
    Originally posted by @eladar
    Question 1...

    Was Jesus in existence in the Old Testament?

    Question 2...

    If he was in existence, where was he?

    Question 3...

    If he was in existence, what was his opinion of God the Father's instructions to Israel?
    Considering the whole piece of crap is bullshyte the answer would be no, since he also did not die on the cross nor cross over to heaven but instead was cut down early by bribing the guards and he recovered knowing he would be really killed if he didn't cut out of town and disappeared up the silk road, founding monasteries along the way dying in Kashmire.
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    30 Dec '17 01:031 edit
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    Considering the whole piece of crap is bullshyte the answer would be no...
    Do you think that delivering your sonhousian pièce de résistance of it’s all bullshyte anyway is really as necessesary as how often you do it? We all know that you think “it’s bullshyte” and if you engage in the content without delivering it as a prefix to whatever you are going to add, we won’t think you’ve caved in and become a monk!
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    30 Dec '17 01:481 edit
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Do you think that delivering your sonhousian pièce de résistance of it’s all bullshyte anyway is really as necessesary as how often you do it? We all know that you think “it’s bullshyte” and if you engage in the content without delivering it as a prefix to whatever you are going to add, we won’t think you’ve caved in and become a monk!
    It's his way of crapping on his father's grave.
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    30 Dec '17 02:20
    Originally posted by @eladar
    It's his way of crapping on his father's grave.
    This odious notion is something you are projecting onto him. It is, of course - as you well know - not "his way of crapping on his father's grave" because - as you well know - he doesn't have the same superstitious beliefs as you.
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    Originally posted by @fmf
    This odious notion is something you are projecting onto him. It is, of course - as you well know - not "his way of crapping on his father's grave" because - as you well know - he doesn't have the same superstitious beliefs as you.
    Do you know the background that I know?
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    30 Dec '17 02:32
    Originally posted by @eladar
    Do you know the background that I know?
    You have missed my point. This poisonous idea that he is "crapping on his father's grave" is merely a ghastly gob of spittal - nothing more and nothing less - that you are flobbing into his face on account of your repulsive Jesus-is-flowing-out-of-you internet persona.
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