MirageRe: From what I can tell...Tue Jan 24, 2012 20:45184.108.40.206That's ironic. Believing in a symbolic or mythical Jesus doesn't count,to you of all people? Some Christian atheists do believe there was an historical figure but they don't believe that person was Divine. Some of those do believe Jesus is a mythological figure taken from older religions, but they do consider themselves Christians, just as there are many secular Jews who consider themselves Jews. If someone states they believe in Jesus, I am not going to tell them they don't. If someone states they are Christian I am not going to tell them they aren't. Anyway, I answered your question because that one seemed very straightforward and I thought you might agree that those people fit your criteria if you read more about them. Instead, you change the rules yet again. I no longer see any point in answering you, since I am not a proselytizer type. I was trying to answer some of your questions because I thought some of them were sincere questions and that you were seeking answers, but there's no point when you already have all the answers you need.
May the pursuit of gnosis bring you whatever it is you need.
- Re: From what I can tell... ipirate2, Tue Jan 24 20:18Using the teachings is hardly belief in a literal Jesus. You will likely know that the Christian Jesus says almost nothing that was not written in the Book of the Dead or scripted in one of the older ... more
- Re: From what I can tell... Mirage, Tue Jan 24 20:45