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We Have An Additional 33 Years

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Posted by Eric Clark on October 17, 2003 19:38:47 UTC

Are you sure there isn't an additional 33 years ?
B.C. prior to Birth of Christ and A.D. After Death of Christ.

There were also various other historical changes to the calendar as well, such as changing the beginning start of the year, etc.

RE:>> For me the whole of scripture includes the Talmud, the Kabala, the Hindu Veddas, etc., the Buddhist Sutras and the Koran. You should read the Koran. It is mostly about Christ.

OK, you got me, I meant just Christian scriptures.
I was considering the whole of scripture that has no contradiction. The Koran contradicts the Christian Bible. Not even God can HAVE a Son -AND- NOT HAVE a Son, both. Breaks scientific method.

RE: >> Finally we got to say something related to astronomy, but still not the big bang.

Hey, cut it out, you started this post here ion the Big Bang, not me.
FYI - Those who do not believe in God, still believe they came from somewhere, even using the scientific method. The somewhere, such as "Big Bang" evolution, etc., are not provable as a positive, just like God, without faith. All we can do is display evidence for both sides. Yes, Either way requires faith. So, it is really a question of where will you place your faith.
Let us choose wisely.

Peace my friend,


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