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Fundamental Question: How is Christianity not polytheism?

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Jesus got around by walking on the earth too. No wonder no one in their right mind thinks he's a god either.

Well that of course is assuming that Jesus had no other choice but to walk.

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Ever hear of the Resurrection?

No one actually saw that. They saw a dude walking.

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No one actually saw that. They saw a dude walking.

And an empty tomb.

:boxing_smiley:

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And an empty tomb.

:boxing_smiley:

You mean the one that they found that has him and his whole family in it, including his wife and son?

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Not true. One only needs to recognize that there are many gods to be polytheist by definition.

So how is Satan any different than any number of roman gods, which was a politheistic society?

They don't recognize Satan as a god though, only a being that rules Hell.

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We all know that Christmas is that magical time of year where the Ghost of Jesus rises from the grave to feast on the flesh of the living and we sing Christmas Carrols to lull him back to sleep.

- Peter Griffin

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You mean the one that they found that has him and his whole family in it, including his wife and son?

I think you are talking about Jesus Rodriquez

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I think you are talking about Jesus Rodriquez

No, I'm talking about Jesus of Nazareth, you know the one in The Bible.

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No, I'm talking about Jesus of Nazareth, you know the one in The Bible.

So you are saying Jesus, his WHOLE family AND his wife were found in the tomb?

Da Vinci Code or.......

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