When a member of the 'christian' superstition says that '500 people' saw the risen 'jesus' and then can't tell?
us who they were, or show us their written statements validating the event, do you just get the feeling that 'christians' will believe ABSOLUTELY anything if their preacher tells them to?
@trav.. can't answer the question, can you? Moron.
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
Yes. I've seen it. You don't know scary until you've walked past a Christian political meeting. Sweet Jesus, some people are bat shlt fvcking crazy for real.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Like all the people who ever lived are we expected to know their names too?
It was a different time zone, different place with VERY different people living in it. You do agree that people change don't you? History tells us that people believed, behaved and dressed very differently in the past (depending upon the era) as to what they do now.
One day you will die too, unnoticed by the rest of society who never even knew heard of you in the first place.
- MichaelLv 69 years ago
The 500 are mentioned by Paul, in his letter to the Corinthians: " Then he appeared to more than five hundred of the brothers and sisters at one time, most of whom are still alive, though some have fallen asleep." As you can see, he doesn't give names although he does name people in the preceding verses. I don't imagine he felt the need to get sworn affidavids from them.Source(s): (1 Co 15:6). Biblical Studies Press.
- 9 years ago
Ha.. Paul took the time to count the amount of people and never took names.. how surprising
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- TravelerLv 79 years ago
So what if they do, what business is it of yours?