1. Standard memberRBHILL
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    01 Feb '11 01:58
    I made a comment once saying, "Are you willing to risk your eternity on your own opinion" and someone said in a response that i could be risking it because there are other religions. Yes and that is true. But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for sins and rose from the grave. Buddist and hindus might be right but i wouldn't want to risk that.

    Now about islam religion. I believe it was a man made religion starting from the catholics. So I know I can cancel it from being the right religion.
    http://blessedquietness.com/alhaj/append-2.htm
    YouTube
    There are many other sites that you can look at that can prove it.
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    01 Feb '11 02:04
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    I made a comment once saying, "Are you willing to risk your eternity on your own opinion" and someone said in a response that i could be risking it because there are other religions. Yes and that is true. But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for sins and rose from the grave. Buddist and hindus might be right but i wouldn't want to ri ...[text shortened]... e.com/watch?v=FKKQVmNERSQ
    There are many other sites that you can look at that can prove it.
    If abject ignorance is pleasing to your god, then you'll breeze right through those pearly gates.
  3. Standard memberAgerg
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    01 Feb '11 02:05
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    I made a comment once saying, "Are you willing to risk your eternity on your own opinion" and someone said in a response that i could be risking it because there are other religions. Yes and that is true. But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for sins and rose from the grave. Buddist and hindus might be right but i wouldn't want to ri ...[text shortened]... e.com/watch?v=FKKQVmNERSQ
    There are many other sites that you can look at that can prove it.
    You're basically assuming that the teachings of your religion are best to deduce the teachings of your religion are best (from which you then conclude your religion is best and consequently you should gamble on your (best) religion).

    Go you! 😞
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    01 Feb '11 02:292 edits
    "But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for
    sins and rose from the grave. "

    What about Horus the Egyptian Sun God who pre-dates
    Jesus by a mere three thousand years.

    Who?

    Horus the Egyptian Sun God.

    Born in a cave to a virgin mother, attened to by 3 wisemen who folllowed
    a star from the east.

    He had 12 disciples, he performed miracles and raised a chap called El-Azarus
    from the dead.

    He was put to death and after 3 days rose up.

    That Horus the Egyptian Sun God.

    The Bible states: "I am the LORD thy God from the land of Egypt..." OOPS!
  5. Standard memberRBHILL
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    01 Feb '11 02:32
    Originally posted by greenpawn34
    "But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for
    sins and rose from the grave. "

    What about Horus the Egyptian Sun God who pre-dates
    Jesus by a mere three thousand years.

    Who?

    Horus the Egyptian Sun God.

    Born in a cave to a virgin mother, attened to by 3 wisemen who folllowed
    a star from the east.

    He had 12 disciple ...[text shortened]... he dead.

    He was put to death and after 3 days rose up.

    That Horus the Egyptian Sun God.
    The Flood of Naoh's time according to the Bible and it history would put the flood about 2800 years before Jesus.
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    Perhaps the flood wiped out the Horus Sun God religion but the tales
    were still being passed about on the Ark.

    You know what sailors are like when they have been at sea for a long time.
    Nothing but gossip and idle chatter.

    And when they finally hit dry land the tales of Horus. which are very well
    documented, kind of got mixed into the life of Jesus.

    The coincidences are quite alarming.

    Also if you do a bit of googling on Horus you will find he too was once
    credited with walking on water. (another coincidence).

    So perhaps the great flood did not bother him too much.

    Anyway it is a possibilty, you have to explore these things.
    It could have happened that way.

    Man's quest is to find out where we came from and why we are here.
    If we have been on the wrong path for the past 2,000 years and let's face it,
    things are not looking too good. Then we have to go back further and see
    where we took the wrong turn.

    So we have to find the first religion, study it and see where they got their
    ideas from.

    I'll be most disapointed, as I expect you will too, if it turns out it came
    from an intelligent ape spinning yarns around some camp fire.
  7. Standard memberRBHILL
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    01 Feb '11 03:412 edits
    Originally posted by greenpawn34
    Perhaps the flood wiped out the Horus Sun God religion but the tales
    were still being passed about on the Ark.

    You know what sailors are like when they have been at sea for a long time.
    Nothing but gossip and idle chatter.

    And when they finally hit dry land the tales of Horus. which are very well
    documented, kind of got mixed into the life of Je too, if it turns out it came
    from an intelligent ape spinning yarns around some camp fire.
    Just because there was a first religion doesn't mean it is the right one.

    Edit: I haven't see the Gates of hell overtake the believers 100% yet. I will say about 5% but those are probably false converts.
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    01 Feb '11 05:05
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    Now about islam religion. I believe it was a man made religion starting from the catholics. So I know I can cancel it from being the right religion.
    http://blessedquietness.com/alhaj/append-2.htm
    Oddly enough, your reference claims the opposite.
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    01 Feb '11 05:09
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    I made a comment once saying, "Are you willing to risk your eternity on your own opinion" and someone said in a response that i could be risking it because there are other religions. Yes and that is true. But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for sins and rose from the grave. Buddist and hindus might be right but i wouldn't want to ri ...[text shortened]... e.com/watch?v=FKKQVmNERSQ
    There are many other sites that you can look at that can prove it.
    Interesting you can see the possibility of a religion being man made. Eh.
  10. Standard memberRBHILL
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    01 Feb '11 06:20
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Interesting you can see the possibility of a religion being man made. Eh.
    The sad thing is that the world sees christians in a religion when it is not a religion they are in. It is a relationship with the creator through Jesus. But you are right in saying all religions are man made. But really they are made by the devil.
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    01 Feb '11 08:38
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    The sad thing is that the world sees christians in a religion when it is not a religion they are in. It is a relationship with the creator through Jesus. But you are right in saying all religions are man made. But really they are made by the devil.
    You put religions in too high a light. It doesn't take a devil to make a religion. Case in point: Scientology. Same with christianity.
  12. Standard memberRBHILL
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    01 Feb '11 16:47
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    You put religions in too high a light. It doesn't take a devil to make a religion. Case in point: Scientology. Same with christianity.
    This person shows you reasons why it is not a religion.

    YouTube
  13. Standard memberRBHILL
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    01 Feb '11 17:01
    Originally posted by greenpawn34
    "But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for
    sins and rose from the grave. "

    What about Horus the Egyptian Sun God who pre-dates
    Jesus by a mere three thousand years.

    Who?

    Horus the Egyptian Sun God.

    Born in a cave to a virgin mother, attened to by 3 wisemen who folllowed
    a star from the east.

    He had 12 disciple ...[text shortened]... yptian Sun God.

    The Bible states: "I am the LORD thy God from the land of Egypt..." OOPS!
    Like i have said before the Bible warns use to stay away from human traditions.

    See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the elemental spiritual forces of this world rather than on Christ. Colossians 2:8
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    01 Feb '11 17:563 edits
    Originally posted by RBHILL
    I made a comment once saying, "Are you willing to risk your eternity on your own opinion" and someone said in a response that i could be risking it because there are other religions. Yes and that is true. But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for sins and rose from the grave. Buddist and hindus might be right but i wouldn't want to ri ...[text shortened]... e.com/watch?v=FKKQVmNERSQ
    There are many other sites that you can look at that can prove it.
    “....I made a comment once saying, "Are you willing to RISK your eternity on your own opinion" ...” (my emphasis)

    is there any logical reason to believe that the least 'RISKY' hypothesis is the most probable?
    If not, then perhaps a better question would be something like:

    Are you willing to risk forever being ignorant just because of a fear that if you don't have blind faith in a certain religious opinion, no matter how absurd or illogical and improbable that religious opinion is, then, in the vanishingly small chance of the case of that absurd opinion being correct, you would risk eternity?
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    03 Feb '11 12:58
    Originally posted by greenpawn34
    "But Christianity has the only one that someone was sacrificed for
    sins and rose from the grave. "

    What about Horus the Egyptian Sun God who pre-dates
    Jesus by a mere three thousand years.

    Who?

    Horus the Egyptian Sun God.

    Born in a cave to a virgin mother, attened to by 3 wisemen who folllowed
    a star from the east.

    He had 12 disciple ...[text shortened]... yptian Sun God.

    The Bible states: "I am the LORD thy God from the land of Egypt..." OOPS!
    where do you get isis was virgin? where do you get horus was put to death?


    The Bible states: "I am the LORD thy God from the land of Egypt..."
    where does it state that? what book, chapter and verse?



    i suspect you of pulling words out of uranus. how about you give links?
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