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The Challenge of Easter: How Will You Respond?

Joe1947 Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 10:01 AM
Jesus is "True God and True Man." He sacrificed his human life - and by the way, submitted to suffering pain I can scarcely imagine. Your second question is easily answered. Throwing a virgin (if you can find one today) anywhere accomplishes nothing; it doesn't work. Christ's willing sacrifice did and does. Not so complicated, really. It didn't and doesn't, by the way, "allow (you) to live; it allows you - if you accept it - to live *forever*.
Tacitus X Wrote: Apr 05, 2012 10:35 AM
Your response is what is known as a non sequitur. How does killing one human life allow others to "live forever"? How does one person's pain "absolve" a different person's sins? Repeating a non sequitur doesn't improve it.

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