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« Reply #14: May 10, 2007, 11:17:19 pm »

I somehow doubt that Christianity itself is now exactly what it was then.  (Or what it was beginning to be, as the case may be; I'm not even 100% sure when it could really start to be called "Christianity".)

You have gone several layers deeper than I was hoping for. Smiley  What the Christ was teaching - a modified and (relatively) peaceful version of Judaism, is far from what the modern Church generally teaches.

I was baptized and confirmed Methodist, and now have little use for the Church, but hold the (local) community in great esteem.
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