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Submitted by GG (United States), Oct 31, 2014 at 20:33

Your logic is still flawed. Forget the words "Christian" and "Judaism". Our Bible speaks of those who have come to Christ, and over the years this has translated to "Christian". Instead of "Judaism", look for the words "Jew", "Hebrew"......which mean the same thing. The words "Judaism" and "Christianity" at least have a root word commonality with the words "Christ" and "Jew/Jewish/Hebrew" in The Bible.

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