The connection of all religion

Though the source is questionable, the information presented has some value.

Here’s a look at how prominent religious figures are connected and why we have so many problems with how religions function:

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8 Responses to The connection of all religion

  1. Arkenaten says:

    Well, I guess some folks get their jollies off to this stuff.
    However, I shall remind you again the biblical character known as Jesus of Nazareth is a narrative construct. A work of fiction. There is no evidence for this character. None..
    So, if anyone refers to this character as if they were in any sense a real person they are disillusioned or a fraud/ liar.

  2. jasonjshaw says:

    He referred to them as “reflective representations of the collective consciousness”. I’m pretty sure that applies to your narrative construct theory as well.

    • Arkenaten says:

      Then we might as well say the same thing about Pinocchio.

      “I am Pinocchio, you are Pinnochio…we are all Pinocchio…and please note my nose is growing longer as we speak….golly gosh.!”

      Ark: “Is this a Jedi mind trick?”

      Basher: “I do not know, but these are not the Prophets you are looking for”

      Ark: “Yes. You are right. These are not the Prophets I am looking for.”

      Basher: “You have the desire to pay me five dollars.”

      Ark: “I have the desire to pay you fice dollars.”

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