|QUOTE (alexvegas @ Jun 16 2007, 12:15 AM)|
|Surely there's a historical answer to the topic question? There is one correct answer, it's not an opinion based subject.|
|QUOTE (GunStar1 @ Jun 15 2007, 03:18 PM)|
| ‘religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world . . . It is the opium of the people’|
|‘religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world . . . It is the opium of the people’|
|QUOTE (alive and still talking @ Jun 16 2007, 03:36 AM)|
|I thought it was alien abduction of our women, they've been coming around here for years|
|QUOTE (alive and still talking @ Jun 14 2007, 04:43 AM)|
| From the earliest known evidence of human religion by Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis around 100,000 years ago to the present day, religion continues to be a very influential aspect of human lives.|
|QUOTE (RevolutionJim @ Jun 17 2007, 03:37 AM)|
|all of these people suffered severely from rickets (a condition caused by the lack of Vitamin D) which causes bones to become soft and deformed.|
|QUOTE (RevolutionJim @ Jun 17 2007, 03:37 AM)|
Your poll infers there are no true religions and no creator, both in error.
A famous anatomist, Dr. Rudolph Virchow, declared, in 1958, that the primitive features of the Neanderthal people were not due to the fact that these people were subhuman, but were due to diseases, or pathological conditions. He pointed out that the skeleton discovered in France was of an old man who couldn’t walk upright because he had a bad case of arthritis! Dr. Virchow declared, further, that all of these people suffered severely from rickets (a condition caused by the lack of Vitamin D) which causes bones to become soft and deformed. For many years, however, evolutionists paid no attention to what Dr. Virchow was saying, because they wanted Neanderthal Man to be a true subhuman ancestor of man.
Eventually, however, other skeletons of Neanderthal people were found that were fully erect, and it was established, by medical research, that the skeleton found in France was, indeed, that of an arthritic old man. X-rays of the fossil bones and teeth showed, just as Dr. Virchow had declared, that all of the Neanderthal people had rickets. Scientists finally concluded that all of the so-called primitive features of the Neanderthal people were due to pathological conditions, or diseases. Museums have removed the old exhibits of Neanderthal people and have replaced them with new exhibits showing the Neanderthal people looking very human, and about 30 years ago, two scientists published an article about Neanderthal people in which they declared that if Neanderthal Man were given a shave, a haircut, and a bath, put into a business suit, and placed on the New York subway, no one would take a second look!
|QUOTE (RevolutionJim @ Jun 17 2007, 04:40 AM)|
| Neanderthal is in Germany.|
They could have been prisoners kept in the caves out of light.
I've bought the full spread spectrum lighting for this room. That's why they put D in milk, we are inside more than ever, but what if we dont drink milk. Well, take care and get some sunshine.
|QUOTE (RevolutionJim @ Jun 17 2007, 12:36 PM)|
| Hey OP|
The artwork depicting 'Jesus' is not christian nor produced by christians if thats what is implied. There is a false christianity, and always have been, today known as the Vatican, they produced it, they are the ones into the SUN worshipping. We don't even know what Jesus looked like.
Two schools of thought on what Jesus and early man looked like. People look at middle easterners today and they say that must be what Jesus looked like. Mankind does adapt to our environment, so, either we were white men living in the cradle of mankind, spreading out from there after the flood and rebirth of civilization 4300 years ago, or, we were dark skined and features who migrated north adapting to the north becoming more whiter and features. Don't know I've not done the science to back it up, but it should be possible.
Mainstream science has no interest in this because they promote that we evolved from lower lifeforms.
|QUOTE (alive and still talking @ Jun 17 2007, 03:35 PM)|
| topic is, which religion came first, modern man did exist only 2000 years ago. his likeness is left as evidence by huge marble and bronze statues.|
we are not here to slam jesus christ, what this topic intends to do is solve the mystery. which religion came first. the mural is real, many great people sought him out, including kings. may be an accurate depiction the temple mural is authentic, most of the region was converted after the death of christ, his memory alone converted people.
the temple was originally built by the greek orthodox church, it was taken over back and forth during wars over christianity vs islamism. during these wars, any pictoral evidence of his likeness was destroyed. my point is this crap has gone on over the centuries, for thousands of years. time to stop.
if the judaeists and arabs want to fight among themselves, let it happen. if we get in the middle of it, we will only end up bringing the war to our own doorstep
|QUOTE (alive and still talking @ Jun 14 2007, 05:18 AM)|
THIS MURAL WAS PHOTOGRAPHED IN THE MUSLIM COUNTRY ISTANBUL---->---->
which came first in istanbul ? christianity, islam, or another religion ?
Hagia Sophia, now known as the Ayasofya Museum, was the greatest
Christian church of the Middle Ages,later converted into an imperial mosque
in 1453 by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II, and into a museum in 1935. It
is located in Istanbul, Turkey, on the Turkish Thrace. It is regularly
considered one of the greatest and most beautiful buildings in history.
Its conquest by the Ottomans at the fall of Constantinople is considered one
of the great tragedies of Christianity by the Greek Orthodox faithful.
The name comes from the Greek name Ἁγία Σοφία, a contraction of
Ναός τῆς Ἁγίας τοῦ Θεοῦ Σοφίας, meaning "Church of the Holy Wisdom of God".
It is also known as Sancta Sophia in Latin and Ayasofya in Turkish. Although it
is sometimes called "Saint Sophia" in English, or similar terms in other
languages, it is not named after any saint named Sophia — the Greek word sophia means "wisdom."