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One Degree wrote:Since the minute workings of the universe change when we watch, I am not willing to rule out anything. Why does it care if humans are a meaningless species?
Also, people were often mistaken about people being dead at that time.
neopagan wrote:Not only did Jesus or anyone else rise from the dead, Mohamed did not receive any communication from a creator of the Universe through anything remotely like an angel, a letter or cosmic sign. Likewise, some person did not have mysterious stone slabs dropped into their possession with the Ten commandments carved into them. People who believe this drivel need to grow up. But such widely held beliefs do prove how stupid the human race is.
LV-GUCCI-PRADA-FLEX wrote:Meh, I'm not convinced that simply repeating what people believe is any sort of argument. You have to remember that at the time these beliefs were MORE realistic than the beliefs that they were competing against. Lets not take this out of the context of what the world at large believed, which was a lot weirder and more superstitious than what the Christians, Jews, or Muslims believed. Even now there is a certain appeal to those beliefs and a certain social expectation to believe that makes people believe "stupid" things.
Hindsite wrote:The Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium of Oviedo are authenticated scientific evidence that Jesus did rise from the dead. So to believe it is a "stupid" thing indicates ignorance or lack of knowledge. It is stupid for anyone to dismiss it as superstition without considering all the evidence.
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