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Lynn you mean Jesus in the flesh?

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Submitted by lisa (United Kingdom), Mar 31, 2007 at 20:07

You obviously have not read the GospelS ( seeing their are so many ones contradicting each other) Muslims do not bring God to the ground and make him of FLESH as Christians do. Jesus NEVER said he was the son of God and never Wrote it either. It was in fact Paul who lived in Rome and had to comprimise for his own benefits and find a way to atract the Pagan Romans and Greeks who worshiped human Idols such as Emperors ,and mythylogicals like Zeus,Apollo...etc. In fact he fell out with the rest of the Disciples and Church. He even CHANGED Jesus name From YESHUA to JESUS which came from the ROMAN GOD ISEUS which is also an Egyptian Pagan God

Even Christmas day 25 dec has nothing to do with the birth of Jesus,as it ivolved from the ROMAN FESTIVAL that accured at the time of a WINTER SOLSTICE (satinalia).

Even the year of jesus birth was worked out in 500 AD by a Monk called DENNIS THE LITTLE ,even though other Monks disagreed as he missed out a few years ,then still no one would agree on how many he missed !!.

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