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The Jews, as a group, have rejected their true Messiah and have been lead to believe a lie by the father of lies.
Most of the modern jewish practices come from what they borrowed from other religions and traditions of their rabbis (sp?)

Buzzardhunt, Rapture Ready 11 Comments [10/1/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Darth Wang

Their religion is older (and more consistent) than yours.

10/1/2005 9:59:15 AM


You have to wonder what this guy thinks about where the eucharist comes from if not from Jewish tradition. Jesus just couldn't affort a real meal?

10/2/2005 3:07:52 AM


How much do you want to bet this guy puts up a Christmas tree and a ton of other pagan symbols this year?

10/3/2005 2:30:36 PM


pot, kettle, black?

cany anyone tell me where the festivals of christmas and easter originate?

(clue: the answer ain't christianity)

10/5/2005 2:46:51 PM


Religion sucks.

why cant intolerance be focused on shit bags like Bush?

10/6/2005 11:38:29 AM


Not \"pot, kettle, black\", more like one crock of shit complaining about the funny smell coming from another crock of shit.

10/18/2005 6:58:27 PM


Why am I not surprised by this? Judaism teaches that humans must use their minds (and by extension use logic, science, and all other assets) and not follow God blindly. It makes Judaism such an easy target for fundies.

Also, it would probably help if Judaism weren't more consistent than Christianity and didn't use its stories as metaphors that aren't to be taken literally.

8/4/2007 3:14:53 PM


VMOS and Ratman: SHHHHH! We got a good thing going here, gettin' our holidays celebrated by the Xtians. Don't muck it up! :P

8/4/2007 3:20:45 PM

b. beau brinker

breakerslion for the win!

8/4/2007 3:48:22 PM








8/6/2007 9:24:13 PM

Brian X

You know, if I went back to religion I'd probably go for either Unitarianism or some form of liberal Judaism. I probably won't, but I do think the Jews have it more on the ball than most Christians.

8/7/2007 12:27:37 AM

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