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Again, almost all New testament historians and scholars agree of the historicity of the empty tomb, postmortem appearances and the origin of the disciples faith. There is already evidence. And Josephus is a Roman historian who record the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his ministry.

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1 minute ago, Randolpin said:

And Josephus is a Roman historian who record the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his ministry.

He wasn't born until after the (supposed) death of Christ. So he wasn't recording events he witnessed. He was writing down the same stories that are in the Bible. 

Not evidence.

It saddens me that your faith is so weak you have to search for false evidence to bolster it.

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23 minutes ago, Randolpin said:

This is fact and this attested by New Testament scholars like N.T. Wright.

Everyone knows that Jesus was actually a Buddhist whose actions and teachings were not understood. All Vedic historians agree to this undeniable historical FACT. There is even a BBC documentary on it. Thus LOGIC dictates that it is Christianity which is heathen. You cannot argue with logic, it is simply TRUE.

Anyway, it doesn't matter: it is undeniable that Jainism is actually the RIGHT and ONLY answer given all the Indian scholars who say so.

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2 minutes ago, Prometheus said:

Everyone knows that Jesus was actually a Buddhist whose actions and teachings were not understood. All Vedic historians agree to this undeniable historical FACT. There is even a BBC documentary on it. Thus LOGIC dictates that it is Christianity which is heathen. You cannot argue with logic, it is simply TRUE.

Anyway, it doesn't matter: it is undeniable that Jainism is actually the RIGHT and ONLY answer given all the Indian scholars who say so.

But He is not a buddhist, He is the Son of God and is a God. This is attested as true by New Testament scholars. I would recommend a book like The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel.

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3 minutes ago, Randolpin said:

But He is not a buddhist, He is the Son of God and is a God.

1. You missed the sarcasm / satire.

2. You may be believe he is the son of god, but there obviously isn't any evidence for that. There can't possibly be. That would require evidence for the existence of god and some sort of paternity test (does god even have DNA?)

3 minutes ago, Randolpin said:

This is attested as true by New Testament scholars.

But not based on evidence.

Prometheus's point is that alone can assert (or attest) anything is true. It doesn't make it true.

EVERYONE claims their own religion is the true one and the others are false. Why is yours any different.

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8 minutes ago, Strange said:

 

2. You may be believe he is the son of god, but there obviously isn't any evidence for that. There can't possibly be. That would require evidence for the existence of god and some sort of paternity test (does god even have DNA?)

But not based on evidence.

Prometheus's point is that alone can assert (or attest) anything is true. It doesn't make it true.

EVERYONE claims their own religion is the true one and the others are false. Why is yours any different.

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the supreme vindication that He is the Son of God and is a God. Buddha has no vindication that he is a God or son of God, Mohammad is not also. The empty tomb, the postmortem appearances and the origin of disciples faith are better explain by the resurrection hypothesis. New Testament scholar like Bart Ehrman agree the historicity of the empty tomb, the postmortem appearances and the origin of disciples faith but because he is a naturalist and not a theist, can't accept the resurrection. The best explanation is there. Only the open minded acceptance of the truth is required.

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1 minute ago, Randolpin said:

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the supreme vindication that He is the Son of God and is a God.

There is no historical evidence for this event. But if you want to get banned, just keep repeating it.

(Reported to mods)

1 minute ago, Randolpin said:

The empty tomb, the postmortem appearances and the origin of disciples faith are better explain by the resurrection hypothesis.

There is no evidence that these things happened.

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5 minutes ago, Strange said:

There is no historical evidence for this event. But if you want to get banned, just keep repeating it.

(Reported to mods)

There is no evidence that these things happened.

Before I am banned please understand open mindedly what I say.

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