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Summa: A Satanist Reads the Nicene Creed

By A Satanist Reads the Bible

It is important to remember that what we see of Christianity today are outcomes from a series of disputes that has lasted millennia. There were disputes as to what had actually occurred during the life of Jesus (cf. difference between the Synoptic Gospels, and between those and the apocryphal Gospels), disputes as to how to interpret and follow the new teachings (cf. the Epistles), disputes as to which books should be considered sacred (the Book of Revelation was not formally accepted for three and a half centuries after Jesus’ death, and there were several gospels that were never accepted). Gradually, these disputes were resolved (or, as in the case of the gospels, deemed unresolvable and left to stand), but what’s unavoidable in that is that it was people who decided what Christianity is today. And I have to wonder if all sacred texts meet that definition, that they be attempts at resolving some dispute. --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:

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