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Re: Bible Vs Church,good Point!& The Pope?

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Posted by TIGGA on February 21, 2000 05:33:18 UTC

: 10 commandments jesus said to follow thy fathers commandments. no place in the bible is there a description of what jesus looks like. paul wrote 2/3 of the new testement and said men with long hair shall be i find the fact most churches are in violation of gods laws in fact make no images of me or my creation{10 comandments} we have false jesus with long hair in our churchs and bibles ect. leanardo de vinchy start the falseness.cathlics 700straight years have had only italian popes. whos winning !

Very true it also said not to worship any idols, you wouldn't happen to possess any crosses baring the only begotten son of the lord. now would ya, a fare assumption no offense, and speaking of the pope why does a man who sells heaven and GOD like a HOPE diamond, why would he be afraid of death, why would he feel compelled to tour the world in a bullet-proof box & i know he has been shot before. myself in his shoe i would have been happy to die, if my "FAITH" in God was that storng...... and that note it is nice to meet and read you all. remember go to church and worship all those idols.....:)

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