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2005
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Crucifixion Facade

"The Christian Crucifixion and Plan of Atonement Makes no Sense and is Immoral" by Vexen Crabtree (2002)


Christ died for You Vexen

(Anonymous)

2004-03-29 05:10 pm (UTC)

I am sorry to hear that some people did not respond in a kind fashion to your comments about the crucifixion. I wish that you would trust in the Eternal Son of God, Jesus Christ so that you could experience the forgiveness of sins and eternal life and real joy and be released from your unfortunate anomosity.

I must say that I wish you had some solid support for your claims. Even a casual reading of the Old Testament would recognize that the Savior, Immanuel, Messiah, King was coming. They knew who Jesus was. He was known long before His birth. Read Luke 1 - 3. Mary, Elizabeth and Simeon knew that the long awaited hope of the world had finally come. This is why he says, "Mine eyes have seen thy salvation." It was perfect timing. "But when the fulness of time was come, God sent forth His Son made of a woman, made under the law."

Please consider some honest research. Your thoughts are emotional and only based upon your ideas. However, your ideas are only as good as the next guys. Why would anyone buy into what you believe? It is wise to have a source of faith. The Word of God could open up your eyes. You only do not believe because you choose not to believe.

Sincerely,

Rev. Bryan Samms
Ringgold, LA

Re: Christ died for You Vexen

vexen

2004-03-30 11:30 am (UTC)

The Jews are still waiting for the saviour detailed in the Old Testament to arrive; there were many self-proclaimed and indirectly nominated saviours in first century Judea, only some Jews accepted that the stories been told about someone called Jesus were true, the majority rejected them, and NT accounts actually tell us of some of these "false prophets", as do Roman sources.

That you accept one of these false prophets is a problem for you to solve and confirm with evidence or argument - the ball is in your court - so try me...

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