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Comment was by Chris on January 4, 2014 at 11:05pm

I talked with a "Christian" 'friend' of mine who didn't know that the "King James Bible" was rewritten to give power to the King (King James). It's absurd to me that subscripts and followers of biblical texts don't know, or care to understand anything about the background behind these ancient texts, or how they came into being.

The same goes for all ancient religious' texts, be it the Koran,  SW Asian, SE Asian, or any other ancient mythological texts (tests).  What's pathetic, is that some only know one text without the knowledge of the background behind it. It's criminal that they hold "Their text as the only truth."

Comment was by Chris on January 4, 2014 at 10:52pm

You, of course know the background behind this series: From Jesus To Christ - The First Christians.

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