orangetom1999 wrote:greeney2 wrote:People with a lot of tunnel vision usually do miss the point At1.
I guess to you OT everyone but you is a Heathen or Pagan.
I do not suggest this at all. For I know many who are Christians...and not just myself. I think you can do better than this..much better.
Frostedman,But to suggest that Christianity was effectively borne from Paganism? Hogwash.
I do not suggest that Christianity was born from Paganism. But I do understand that efforts were made from the beginning to infiltrate the system of God and replace or overlay it with another belief system...privily ..with subtlety...unawares. And we see this history and attempt takeing place .. both among the Hebrews and today among the Christians..privily ...without many being aware of it happening. And this from the Garden of Eden unto today.
This is the essence of the series called "The Ever War" in explain this shift and substitution to those unaware or untutored in it.
The difference in paganism and Christianity is the fruit it produces. Yesterday as well as today. And this too is covered in " The Ever War."
All we can do is equip ourselves with our spiritual armor, and do our best to endure through the battle, to the end. Onward Christian soldiers!
orangetom1999 wrote:Frostedman,All we can do is equip ourselves with our spiritual armor, and do our best to endure through the battle, to the end. Onward Christian soldiers!
Get ready for a Reichstag Fire.
Again, no one knows. Currently, there is a christian group somewhere in Europe that celebrates Christmas Day as Jan 6th or 7th. They have been doing so for centuries. So, for them, the whole pagan holiday, winter solstice, etc...doesn't even come into play.
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