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Message Subject Trump is slammed for not reciting The Apostles' Creed during George H.W. Bush’s funeral
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Jesus was convicted and crucified because he broke the Roman laws that strictly forbade the worship of any God/Gods that were not officially recognized and only the Roman Senate, the Emperor or the Vestals could decree new ones. PERIOD.

Since the Roman government and it's religious structures were so tightly knit, it was considered among the most grievous crime against the Empire to do so... and THAT'S why Jesus was crucified. It was never that Rome feared the Christians or their new faith - it was simply against the law!
 Quoting: GSB/LTD


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3So Pilate asked Him, “Are You the King of the Jews?” “You have said so,” Jesus replied. 4Then Pilate said to the chief priests and the crowds, “I find no basis for a charge against this man.”
 Quoting: CELT1


There is nothing as beutiful as faith but it all comes down to which historical documents you choose to believe. I prefer contemporary, unexpurgated texts myself and in them Roman law was quite clear.
 Quoting: GSB/LTD


The Truth Is Beautiful And Stands Out... The Lies Are Bitter
 Quoting: CELT1


So too is faith that is blind, for it shutters the heart and mind from dispassionate scrutiny. I'm not bitter; I have proven history on my side, you merely have faith that shields you beyond all reason.

The historical fact remains that Jesus and his Disciples were criminals, just as Moses and Joshua were long before Him. If Moses and is band were alive today they would be labelled terrorists and hunted down - and that's based upon fact and not faith!

BTW: Pontius Pilate seriously ticked off Rome with the casual hot/cold relationship he built up among the people of Judea, so much so that Tiberius recalled him to Rome on several occasions before a few years later when Caligula finally had enough of his fast & loose inteprepretation of Roman laws and Pilate was forced to commit suicide in 37A.D.
 
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