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Old 13th May 2016, 03:25 PM
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Default Re: The Kookaburra Jack collection of historical hypotheses

Sorry I was referring to the forum = http://www.atheistfoundation.org.au/...splay.php?f=61
Religions Discussions on the various world religions and their impacts now and throughout history

It's only preaching believers or those not showing a propensity to follow guidelines and rules that end up confined. I don't think we have anyone of that ilk at the moment.
So I've noticed.

I am certainly not a preaching believer. In fact I am probably at the other end of the spectrum.

I have seen some very good comments in recent times in the Religion forum and I feel that this thread belongs there rather than in a confined place called Belief Central aka Fantasy Island.

The hypotheses discussed in this thread relate to the history of the Christian religion and - as you are probably aware - I have studied this in some depth and am very critical of it to the extent that I have entertained the possibility that it was fabricated in the 4th century. In doing so I have confined myself to a study of the historical method, in which hypotheses are entertained and examined against the available ancient historical evidence.

I understand people can post here, but the calibre of the responses are far greater in the Religion forum (above). Hence the request.

Thanks Wolty.

"It is, I think, expedient to set forth to all mankind the reasons by which I was convinced that the fabrication of the christians is a fiction of men composed by wickedness. Though it has in it nothing divine, by making full use of that part of the soul which loves fable and is childish and foolish, it has induced men to believe that the monstrous tale is truth." ... Emperor Julian (362 CE)
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