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16. It's not an assumption.
Thu Nov 30, 2023, 04:48 PM
Nov 2023

It's a measurable fact. At no time in its recorded history has Christianity, in the aggregate, resembled anything like what was expressed by those few who "got it"... whatever "it" is.

What was this early, "true" Christian Church like, before institutionalization ruined it? What are our sources?

And what it ACTUALLY looks like: lastlib Nov 2023 #1
Building houses for people. Lunabell Nov 2023 #2
The shame ExWhoDoesntCare Nov 2023 #8
That's not what I said. Lunabell Nov 2023 #10
I'm with you, Lunabell! ironflange Nov 2023 #13
Wth?! She's talking about (hypocritical) "Christians" not living up to Jesus's actions in a big way! electric_blue68 Nov 2023 #17
Trump's Christians/evangelicals. The public face of Christianity in America today. keithbvadu2 Nov 2023 #3
To me it ought to be looked at in the rear view mirror. Sky Jewels Nov 2023 #4
The problem is you cannot prove that Calculating Nov 2023 #5
That's like me saying: You can't prove that sparkly purple unicorns Sky Jewels Nov 2023 #6
Name them ExWhoDoesntCare Nov 2023 #9
Has nothing to do with Christianity....just simple humanism. brooklynite Nov 2023 #7
Agreed. n/t Igel Nov 2023 #12
The Christian gospel lees1975 Nov 2023 #15
Why doesn't it, then? Act_of_Reparation Nov 2023 #11
That's a false assumption. lees1975 Nov 2023 #14
It's not an assumption. Act_of_Reparation Nov 2023 #16
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