The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors

Kersey Graves
Rival Claims Of The Saviors

From “The Book Your Church Doesn’t Want You To Read”
Tim C. Leedom

It is claimed by the disciples of Jesus Christ that he was of
supernatural and divine origin; that he had a human being for a
mother, and a God for his father; that, although he was woman-conceived, he was Deity begotten, and molded in the human form, but
comprehending in essence a full measure of the infinite Godhead,
thus making him half human and half divine in his sublunary origin.
It is claimed that he was full and perfect God, and perfect man;
and while he was God, he was also the son of God, and as such was
sent down by his father to save a fallen and guilty world; and that
thus his mission pertained to the whole human race; and his inspired
seers are made to declare that ultimately every nation, tongue,
kindred, and people under heaven will acknowledge allegiance to
his government, and concede his right to reign and rule the world;
that “every knee must bow, and every tongue confess that Jesus is
Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”

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Reason and Religion

Thomas Jefferson
Letter to nephew Peter Carr, 1787

Religion. Your reason is now mature enough to examine this
object. In the first place, divest yourself of all bias in favor of novelty
and singularity of opinion. Indulge them in any other subject rather
than that of religion. It is too important and the consequences of error
may be too serious. On the other hand, shake off all the fears and
servile prejudices, under which weak minds are servilely crouched.
Fix reason firmly in her seat, and call to her tribunal every fact, every
opinion. Question with boldness even the existence of God; because,
if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than
that of blindfolded fear.

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