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Re: How to justify pagan roots? femlite

Posted by Miss Honeychurch on January 16, 2004, at 13:44:23

In reply to Re: How to justify pagan roots? Miss Honeychurch, posted by femlite on January 16, 2004, at 13:03:10

All good points, femlite. Especially the part about Jewish fishermen having agendas.

You are right, I am very cynical. For some reason, all of my questioning has happened in the past year. I am a practicing Catholic. I don't think I'm playing with fire however. Just asking questions and getting learned opinions from people like you. Is it not reasonable to question, every once in awhile, teachings which you have grown up with? I don't think God would fault me for that, would He?

I suppose I find biblical historians less "valid" than secular ones because of some of the corruption of the early church. I wonder if any of these Gospels have been "changed" at all to suit the power needs of the early church.

Anyway, thanks for taking the time to address my questions.


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