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By Big Arnold
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#408574
'Jesus is a MYTH': Christ stories appeared decades after his 'death' - and he was probably many people rather than just one, atheist writer claims

Atheist writer David Fitzgerald claims there is no evidence Jesus existed

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By Daley Mayle
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Don't get me started on Wagon Wheels. When I was t'lad there was a thick chocolate covering over the confectionery treat. Now, it appears to have been applied by an air brush from a distance of two metres. In addition, my claim to fame as a young 'un was being able to fit the WW inside my mouth and eat it whole with only the occasional choking. Now it just pops in, two chews and it's gone.
 
By youngian
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Lord, how Easter's changed! Nothing better illustrates how much Britain's values have altered in 50 years than the way we'll spend this weekend
A.N. Wilson says behavior at Easter indicates Britain is secular society
Asks how many people you've heard describe past six days as Holy Week
Says rather than thinking about Christ, it's first big bank holiday weekend
Well I don't know if my father or uncles were typical of the pious marking of Easter in 1965 but he would have spent it snoring from a lunch booze up after falling asleep 20 minutes into one of those corny Hollywood Roman epics they used to show on TV in those day.
 
By Bones McCoy
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#408693
Jollity wrote:The suggestion that the Biblical Christ might be based on someone else, or several someone elses, has been around for years. Centuries, possibly. Obviously, Christians don't much go for that interpretation, but they can't expect everyone to agree with them on everything.
One of the major rucks in the early church was whether he was two or three people.
 
By Bones McCoy
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youngian wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z3WMmF3UQ7
Lord, how Easter's changed! Nothing better illustrates how much Britain's values have altered in 50 years than the way we'll spend this weekend
A.N. Wilson says behavior at Easter indicates Britain is secular society
Asks how many people you've heard describe past six days as Holy Week
Says rather than thinking about Christ, it's first big bank holiday weekend
Well I don't know if my father or uncles were typical of the pious marking of Easter in 1965 but he would have spent it snoring from a lunch booze up after falling asleep 20 minutes into one of those corny Hollywood Roman epics they used to show on TV in those day.
That still happens - Charlton Heston at his finest this afternoon.

I wonder whether Robert Powell will be getting any repeat fees this Sunday.
 
By Big Arnold
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#408764
Calls for Easter weekend dates to be fixed so it falls at the same time every year amid claims it would be a boost for the economy
Campaigners are calling for Easter Day to be fixed between April 9 and 15
Say it would help businesses and schools plan in advance for summer



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By Son Of Hand
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#408772
See, that's where the Synod of Whitby went wrong. They forget to take into account corporate interests. :roll:
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