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Has Religion Surged During COVID-19 Pandemic?

 

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What would Jesus Drink?

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The History of Hell

Hellenistic culture  

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Was the Gospel of John Changed to Suppress Mary Magdalene?

The scribe made 450 changes to the text of the gospel of John. Most Christian wont know that      

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Saturnalia Explained

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Brethren are not true Christians, fallacy

Ex eb Christian, will suggest that Brethren are not true Christian.Perhaps that is their own way of dealing with cognitive dissonance ?. Its a way to get around the thought of how religion is divisive . The idea being, that … Continue reading

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Why Do People Leave Their Childhood Religions?

 

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The Most Painful Religious Rituals

Religion is born out of collective ritual. Kind of like collective effervescence (vivacity and enthusiasm). Emotional electricity Well that would certainly go a long way toward helping to explain existence of the brethren. Wouldn’t it? Group of people all “swept … Continue reading

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Did Christianity Steal the Egyptian Ankh?

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What is the Hajj?

Firstly, i’d like to recommend people to subscribe to this channel. Subscribe and try to also remember to like the videos, and then always ring the bell  (on the right )as well too, so as you’ll then be notified of … Continue reading

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