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What is a myth that is passed from generation to generation, and people still believe it?

DocSavage · M
The myth that Jesus was a real person who was the son of god, and he died on a cross for our sins.
Been debunked long ago.
MougyWolf · 36-40, M
@DocSavage I think that it is very possible that someone got executed for claiming that they were the son of god. Short of that, though, I don't see much truth in it either.
Mardrae · 56-60
@DocSavage I literally had to debate a guy at the gym about it a couple of hours ago. I do believe he existed but that he was a Jewish rabbi who died like everyone else.
MougyWolf · 36-40, M
@Mardrae @ Jesus, fuck around and find out, bruh 😏
That God is dead. He most certainly is alive. He lives in my heart and thousands of others who believe in Jesus and His Heavenly Father and Kingdom. He was so much more than just a Rabbi. He is the Savior of the world, appointed by his Heavenly Father. None other was approved. No one else is sinless, like Jesus.
I remember someone’s definition of myth as a made up story that’s true. The example was George Washington and the cherry tree. Totally made up but why? At the time it was first told, the USA is a new nation. Making the President look honest meant other countries will be treated honestly.

Most of ancient mythology have long tales that are about great deeds and moral guidance.
@SStarfish Evidence is constantly produced. Passed repeated tests and falsification with flying colors. No other alternative has done so. Can’t be a biologist, geologist, and many other sciences without accepting evolution. Or are you saying they are false as well?
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That the existence of afterlife cannot be proved; that we can perhaps only find out when we're dead.
MJSparkles2 · 46-50, F
the elusive unicorn
@MJSparkles2 Mentioned in the Bible seven or eight times.
MJSparkles2 · 46-50, F
@BlueSkyKing really

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