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Thread: Jewish accounts similar to the gospel narratives

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    Quote Originally Posted by shunyadragon View Post
    No such reference exists. 'Arguing from ignorance' does not support your case. I base my view on whether there are archaeological and reliable independent text references provided.
    Well, apparently you're unable to entertain the notion of a hypothetical. I wasn't asking you if such such a reference exists or not, or what you base your views on, I am asking you IF such a reference that you're asking for DID exist, would your view on this issue change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrawnus View Post
    Well, apparently you're unable to entertain the notion of a hypothetical. I wasn't asking you if such such a reference exists or not, or what you base your views on, I am asking you IF such a reference that you're asking for DID exist, would your view on this issue change.
    The hypothetical is for the wishful thinking to justify their religious agenda. I do not go there. I follow the archaeological discoveries and research in peer reviewed journals into any recent finds concerning texts even scraps continuously. Nothing has been found to support this argument.

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