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Body of Saint Paul believed found

Posted on Wednesday, 1 July, 2009 | Comment icon 27 comments


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The Pope has delivered the news that the body of Saint Paul has been found, the discovery came after fragments of bone found in the tomb reported to be that of Saint Paul were carbon dated to the first or second century.

"Ruthless, half mad, he stoned Christians to death."

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Comment icon #18 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: on 2 July, 2009, 17:39
I'm surprise this topic isn't a full blown religious war yet. Heh. After reading it through, Marby's first comment pretty much hits the nail dead on.
Comment icon #19 Posted by Marby on 2 July, 2009, 18:08
I'm surprise this topic isn't a full blown religious war yet. Heh. After reading it through, Marby's first comment pretty much hits the nail dead on. Thanks
Comment icon #20 Posted by Thomas Dialante on 2 July, 2009, 20:58
1. It could be anyone from that era. 2. Christians don't believe in carbon-dating. Yes, they only accept carbon dating when it supports them? Hypocrisy is one of the main things that drive people from religion, and yet they propagate it daily.
Comment icon #21 Posted by Lt_Ripley on 2 July, 2009, 22:04
Yes, they only accept carbon dating when it supports them? Hypocrisy is one of the main things that drive people from religion, and yet they propagate it daily. I've seen our own 'fundies' here do the same !!
Comment icon #22 Posted by pbarosso on 2 July, 2009, 23:21
here we go again , referring to things people hold sacred as ridiculous and laughable. using a-ffective words to heighten the disrespect. its not that i aim for censure, just better taste from those who would claim maturity.
Comment icon #23 Posted by Marby on 2 July, 2009, 23:41
here we go again , referring to things people hold sacred as ridiculous and laughable. using a-ffective words to heighten the disrespect. its not that i aim for censure, just better taste from those who would claim maturity. If it could be verified that the bones actually belonged to St. Paul, then it would not be laughable for the Pope to say that they belong to St. Paul. However, there s no way to do so, so his saying it is insulting the intelligence of people not only within the Catholic church, but outside of it. Fact: There are Fundamentalists that discount carbon dating altogether, and o... [More]
Comment icon #24 Posted by Lt_Ripley on 3 July, 2009, 3:36
here we go again , referring to things people hold sacred as ridiculous and laughable. using a-ffective words to heighten the disrespect. its not that i aim for censure, just better taste from those who would claim maturity. maturity would have been the Pope not making the claim he did.
Comment icon #25 Posted by OldTimeRadio on 3 July, 2009, 5:10
Yes, they only accept carbon dating when it supports them? Hypocrisy is one of the main things that drive people from religion, and yet they propagate it daily. You treat the World's two-billion-plus living Christians as if they are one single individual. How do you manage to do that? P. S. It was my own personal hypocrisy which drew me towards religion.
Comment icon #26 Posted by shaka5 on 3 July, 2009, 13:43
maturity would have been the Pope not making the claim he did. exactly what i was thinking
Comment icon #27 Posted by shaka5 on 3 July, 2009, 13:49
You treat the World's two-billion-plus living Christians as if they are one single individual. How do you manage to do that? P. S. It was my own personal hypocrisy which drew me towards religion. I don't think he was talking about ALL Christians....well, i know i wasn't


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