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Old 05-05-2009, 11:18 PM   #40
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Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS View Post
predictions

etched in stone - prophecies

the future

the idea of a supreme being being born among them to lead them out of a state of mental darkness

the stars and position of the sun at the time of birth - predictions

after the prophecy came to past, the enemies of this messiah try to null and void the idea in the people

Good points.

Just because Jesus was etched in stone pyramids does not mean he came to the people in that time period. It could have been a prediction just like other scriptures which mention future prophets to come.

If one did not read those etchings and interpret them for themselves, how could they know the true meaning? What if these zeitgeist people and others are 'wicked men' twisting the meaning of the etchings to mean that a prophet bearing the likeness of Jesus already came?
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