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Old 04-20-2017, 10:13 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by vinceprince View Post
Doesn't seem many Christians around to answer any questions here, but I'll give it go anyway.

If Jesus had just died on the cross and hadn't come back from the dead or gone to heaven would you still be a 'Christian'?
(This is purely hypothetical of course)

Would you still be a follower and worshipper?
Perhaps he did die and did not come back from the dead, and THAT'S the 'big lie' the catholic church has hidden for so long?

I suppose if he did die and did not come back from the dead, and the catholic church had not lied but told us the truth about it, then they would have had to show his writings in order to show he was worth following.

Would the different brands of early christianity have developed differently from the way they did, as many tried to decide on the nature of his being divine and human, or mostly divine or mostly human or what?
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