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Posted by Rich on May 24, 2001 15:30:39 UTC

Jesus could have been like Martin Luther. Kinda reminding the people what they are supposed to follow. Problem that occured is that once Jesus "ascended" into heaven, things changed. Judaism did not have a heaven. Therefore, you had to obey every rule in order for god to be happy and to Bless those that Bless you and Curse those that Curse you. When Jesus comes in, there is now a kingdom of heaven that we are worthy of. And even better, all we have to do is believe in Jesus in order to get into this heaven. So now making god happy on Earth isn't important because of the free ride to eternal bliss. People now actually believe that you can get away with anything and as long as you have faith in Christ, you're in. This is what leads to Christians murdering other people, like the KKK or the PTA. ;)

The Christian Faith is so delusional that there no longer is anything required for ascension other than one single thought. People are inherantly lazy. Would they rather think once for heaven or do good deeds for heaven? There is a reason why the neurosis continues. It's so simple!

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