By Cyrus Martin The greatest game of all time will save the industry and change water into wine… or will it?
And Final Fantasy XV is Satan because either it'll rise to success thus taking over the RPG gaming heaven above or it'll be failure causing square enix to be cast of the bottomless pits of hell, but in this case let us call it bankruptcy.
I still believe!
I drove by a church yesterday and the placard read: Faith: Seeing the Invisible. Nothing like truth in advertising.
But you saw the sign, right?
I'm an Orthodox Christian and this is just childish :/
We don't even know what this game is. I think we would all buy it because it is basically a mythos within the gaming community itself.
Lmao at Digital Vagina.
And you guys just wouldn't trust me on this one.
of course Jesus doesn't use the internet.
but but but
If by "Jesus" they mean a concept that sounds really cool and gets a lot of gullible people's hopes up, but in the end, doesn't really exist, then yes.
I guess no faith for you in things
Tacitus' writings pretty much confirm the existence of Christ. His abilities might not have been a thing, but Jesus did exist. Speaking of being gullible, don't fall for everything the mainsteam says. Saying Christ didn't exist all together is just an extra convenient/quick way of brushing off Christianity and intellectually dishonest.
You're overanalyzing a joke :)
In my defense, it didn't really read like a joke. If I just said "You mean like climate change, which doesn't exist?", would you read that like a joke? It's a very real ignorance, perpetuated by people with an agenda. edit: Maybe I'm just wound too tight, but I take my agenda perpetuated instances of ignorance very seriously.
I probably shouldn't get into this, but I can't resist… Tacitus never mentions Jesus. He mentions Christ, which is a title not a name. There was more than one person claiming to be Christ at the time. Jesus himself makes reference to that. Also, his writing was at the earliest around 80 years after the fact, so it's no more based on eyewitness accounts than the big 4 New Testament gospels. Lastly, there is evidence that the mentions of Christ by Tacitus weren't added until much later, around the mid 1400s.
@Silent Well, I did write: "If by "Jesus" they mean a concept that sounds really cool and gets a lot of gullible people's hopes up, but in the end, doesn't really exist, then yes." I called Jesus a concept, not a man. As a concept, there is no proof whatsoever that he is either a deity or the son of a deity, other than what is found in the Christian Bible and other religious texts - biased sources to be sure. As a man, yes he existed, although I'm sure that you have found in your research that none are too sure of what his life entailed, other than that it actually happened. But again - overanalyzing a joke.
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