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Jesus not in OT, but why does that mater?

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Submitted by Jack (United States), May 14, 2008 at 19:26

I'm responding to Robert's "Find me the name "Jesus" in the OT [32 words] Robert Jan 30, 2006 14:32" No, Jesus is not referred specifically by name in the OT, but why would that skew Christianity? If Christianity was based on the OT, it would be Judaism. Christianity is based on the NT.

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