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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 20, 2002 03:42:17 UTC

I cannot remember exactly what the jewish year is. But the point is that it is based on god, not on a human.

In addition, it was not Jesus that was so important, but rather Paul, who made the Christian religion acceptable to the rulers of nations. He said that all rulers are appointed by god. That is just the opposite of what Jesus said.

If Rome had not adopted Christianity, LARGELY BECAUSE OF THE DISTORTIONS OF PAUL, THEN jESUS WOULD BE AN UNKNOWN.

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