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Why does Christianity become meaningless if Jesus is God?


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2009-04-27 00:12:01
2009-04-27 00:12:01

Actually, Christianity becomes meaningless if Jesus is NOT God. If Jesus wasn't God, then he couldn't have risen from the dead or saved all the people from their sins. If that didn't happen Christianity is meaningless. If Jesus was not both God and man, then Christianity is meaningless

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