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A paradox of Christianity in my eye

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Submitted by Nuray (Portugal), Dec 14, 2005 at 16:37

Christians talk about love but they are so happy that their messenger (or God ?) died on the cross on be half of their sins(?). If you let some one die for you how you can be happy. Scientists calculated the amount of time for death if someone is crucified. It is about 5 hours, if I remember correctly. It is too much time to endure pain. Today criminals don't suffer more than 10 minutes. So I would like to hear from Christians how do they think that death of a man in the most painful way is good for their own cause? What a brutal idea.

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