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Posted by Mike Pearson on May 6, 2002 03:49:01 UTC

"What makes Christianity any more valid than Hinduism?"

I would never assert that a Christian is more valid than a Hindu without knowing them...and then judging may be unnecessary or impossible for a mere Earthling which I am in this partition. But in the STORY of Christianity, the Deity is misunderstood, persecuted by persons with vested interests; he suffers hunger, scorn, fools slander, torture, etc.,
lives and dies in our world. That's one of the first doses of reality any religion.

By how far does this fail to answer your question?

Hi again,

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