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Here's a radical hypothesis

by JP Bill / April 8, 2006 2:43 PM PDT
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you're right about one thing..........
by Glenda / April 8, 2006 3:09 PM PDT

it is radical and also wrong

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It's satire...
by EdH / April 9, 2006 1:04 AM PDT

if anything, lampooning the "Judas Gospel".

I can't find any reason to get upset about this or the thing it's making fun of. I doubt many people will find their faith shaken by either.

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It was the same people
by duckman / April 9, 2006 1:10 AM PDT
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upset by Monty Python's "Life of Brian"

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(NT) (NT) True
by Glenda / April 9, 2006 1:17 AM PDT
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Several so called Christian denominations...
by MartyLK / April 9, 2006 12:52 AM PDT

do what is being attempted with this nonsense. They add to the established bible. It happens and happens regularly. The attempts won't stop either. Not as long as the devil still exists.

Any additions or subtractions, no matter how small or great, to the established bible comes >Only< from Satan.

Someone might say, "What about translations?". Then either learn to read the original manuscripts or humbly trust the eternal, almighty and omniscient God to provide what is necessary for our salvation. He has provided everyone with the needed information about the salvation given us that cost him dearly; the death of his son. He is not about to demean, belittle or weaken that sacrifice by not providing the objects of his mercy with the means for understanding.

God is a wise and efficient God. He is not going to go through all of the trouble in providing us with salvation and then not make it possible for us to understand that impossibly expensive salvation. That would be counter to his wisdom and efficiency.

Satan will continue to do his work trying to convince us that God hasn't done enough for us and for our salvation. Don't believe it.

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