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Burdens of another

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Submitted by Greg (United States), Aug 24, 2016 at 04:29

Actually my friend the Syrah above leaves the door wide open for Christianity. For Christians view Jesus as the Son of God. The Christ. He is both true God and true man. Therefore he is the only one who can take another's burdens since he has none of his own, as he is without sin. He alone can take God the father's wrath and rise afterwards. As he did.

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