How Is Christianity Is Different?


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  1. Love the video!!! Thank you so much. Great to hear about you guys.

    Eric Hovind
    Creation Today

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  2. This is very similar to Michael Patton's blog here, from 2013: http://credohouse.org/blog/christianity-the-worlds-most-falsifiable-religion

    Does he contribute to this website?

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    1. This post was inspired by his work. I sent his website a message in hopes of partnering, but never heard back.

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  3. Uhm, no to most of that.
    The only record of your "jesus" is the synoptic gospels, three of which are obviously based on the 4th to the point of plagiarism.
    And no one in those gospels claims to be an eye witness.

    Sorry, hearsay isn't "testable" and that's all you have.

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  4. Uhm, no to most of that.
    The only record of your "jesus" is the synoptic gospels, three of which are obviously based on the 4th to the point of plagiarism.
    And no one in those gospels claims to be an eye witness.

    Sorry, hearsay isn't "testable" and that's all you have.

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    1. There are only three synoptic gospels, and those three are very unique from John (the fourth). You said, "three of which are obviously based on the 4th..." I'm assuming you haven't read them, judging by the simple but obvious mistake in your comment. or was it just a typo?

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  5. Hi. I like the new design! The old one was a bit ... hmm. This one is clear and modern, like it! Furthermore I really appreciate your work. You do something very very good and important, interesting and helpful in a very good way. Good answers, good videos (I like the way you visualize and speak it).

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  6. This video is a prime example of why people who don't understand science shouldn't try and use it to prove a point. These "eye-witnesses" are long, long dead, making primary sources impossible and the fact that word was spread through oral communication and a book (the bible) means the whole story could have been ENTIRELY fictitious. None of this is actually testable or verifiable. -An Atheist

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