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2021-04-23 5:25:21 AM  
Red Dwarf - Bible
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2021-04-23 5:42:07 AM  
So the whole thing could have been a Scientology type thing between two guys from a desert area? Color me shocked.
 
2021-04-23 6:25:25 AM  
Artificial intelligence discovers

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You can't spell Satan without AI
 
2021-04-23 6:53:50 AM  
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2021-04-23 7:01:31 AM  
"We will never know their names"

Probably Gygax and Arneson.
 
2021-04-23 7:28:49 AM  

Nimbull: So the whole thing could have been a Scientology type thing between two guys from a desert area? Color me shocked.


Could have been. Might also have been the equivalent of two monks transcribing everything from other sources... I don't think they were supposed to be the originals
 
2021-04-23 7:42:07 AM  
Read the Gospel of Judas, thought lost forever but found in the Dead Sea Scrolls and carbon dated to about the 2nd century. The clergy tell you it was made to glorify Judas, with the reality being they don't want you to see Jesus as he is portrayed in the Gospel. It makes it pretty clear Jesus is the "anti-Christ", as he hated the Father and said all humans were demons made by the demon Father God. Jesus is trapped in his demon human body, and Judas will be the most loyal to him releasing Jesus from his human demon body to lead the way to Heaven, as another God to defeat the Abrahamic God. The Gospel makes sense out of why Jesus said you have to go through him to get to Heaven, instead of just following the rules and getting into Heaven through the Father. I support most of the basic concepts of Jesus except mainly for forgiveness no matter how evil you are, which in the Bible he is mostly a compilation of ancient stories and profits (sic) running around in the 1st century AD. I do not think Jesus intended for any religion to be created after him, and I am damn sure Jesus did not want his forgiveness handed out like a weekly $1 candy by the revolving door of Christianity, through their bread and butter; guilt and persecution.


A Wild Story From a Gospel Excluded from the Bible | Gospel of Judas
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2021-04-23 8:43:29 AM  
A.I. was one of the most painful movies I ever saw. That 2000 years later reference still stings.
 
2021-04-23 9:57:07 AM  

johnphantom: Read the Gospel of Judas, thought lost forever but found in the Dead Sea Scrolls and carbon dated to about the 2nd century. The clergy tell you it was made to glorify Judas, with the reality being they don't want you to see Jesus as he is portrayed in the Gospel. It makes it pretty clear Jesus is the "anti-Christ", as he hated the Father and said all humans were demons made by the demon Father God. Jesus is trapped in his demon human body, and Judas will be the most loyal to him releasing Jesus from his human demon body to lead the way to Heaven, as another God to defeat the Abrahamic God. The Gospel makes sense out of why Jesus said you have to go through him to get to Heaven, instead of just following the rules and getting into Heaven through the Father. I support most of the basic concepts of Jesus except mainly for forgiveness no matter how evil you are, which in the Bible he is mostly a compilation of ancient stories and profits (sic) running around in the 1st century AD. I do not think Jesus intended for any religion to be created after him, and I am damn sure Jesus did not want his forgiveness handed out like a weekly $1 candy by the revolving door of Christianity, through their bread and butter; guilt and persecution.


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2021-04-23 1:39:42 PM  
> "Hey Steve, you think anyone'll figure out we were the only guys who wrote all this crap?" "Naw, Bob, we're good." 2000 YEARS LATER

Subby, the research concluded there were 2 scribes involved in copying out some version of the Book of Isaiah into what is known as 1QIsaa or the Great Isaiah Scroll,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaiah_​S​croll
notes some of how it differs from other versions of Isaiah and that it also contains later corrections and additions from other hands.

That scroll dates from ~150 BCE. Isaiah itself dates from ~550 BC during the Babylonian Captivity when the Hebrew Bible was synthesized or just made up. That whole Bible has no surviving sources other than things like Noah being stolen from Gilgamesh.

Several cultures in that area had a thing about destroying historical records so that the current truth could not be questioned.
 
2021-04-23 1:53:50 PM  
I mean, you can't give me a reasonable excuse as to why Jesus loved his Father AND totally usurped his power?
 
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