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Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rev Hellbound Alleee Jul 6, 2009. 21 Replies

Greetings from Up North!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Little Name Atheist Jul 19, 2009. 1 Reply

 

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Little Name Atheist replied to George Karounis's discussion Greetings from Up North!
"A very belated welcome to Atheist Nexus, George."
Jul 19, 2009
Rev Hellbound Alleee replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
""alternate" "theories?" eh?"
Jul 6, 2009
Goz replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"I have never approached that this way..It makes sense., in a disturbing sort of way. But why would god think sex is dirty? God created it after all."
Jun 10, 2009
Kristy replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"Mary was a single unweb mother who embarrassed her family. The family got Joseph to take Mary away to have the child. Of course, virgin birth is a much nicer spin."
Jun 10, 2009
George Karounis replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"Even to read about it?"
Jun 10, 2009
George Karounis replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"Pfft, that's no fun. I'd rather read about my neighbour and her cats."
Jun 10, 2009
Mike Hein replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"Ruth, that was some was nice work in that post. Now, get on to something REALLY useful...make a sick joke about it. ;)"
Jun 10, 2009
George Karounis replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"Sooooo.... anybody else have any alternate theories to the virgin birth? I ask only because I would find this discussion far more entertaining if there was far less philosophy and ancient language wang handling. We get it, some people know long…"
Jun 10, 2009
George Karounis replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"Suggesting? For somebody so big on interpretation, I should think you would be doing more than just suggesting. That is not what you SAID. You called people out on not having read the original texts. If what you were trying to suggest was different…"
Jun 10, 2009
George Karounis replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"I think I remember having this exact conversation."
Jun 10, 2009
George Karounis replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"I've never understood the need, whenever discussing religion, that we have to base our discussions solely on the original texts, as if that will make our debates anymore substantial. Basically, if you're having a discussion with somebody…"
Jun 10, 2009
Jason Spicer replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"I think the obvious answer is parthenogenesis. Mary and Joseph weren't hiding out in Egypt. They were in Greece, at the Parthenon. I mean, what do you think went on there? Duh. Mary was obviously a lesbian, and Joseph was just her beard. She…"
Jun 10, 2009
LeaT replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"I believe there was a higher demand sometime AFTER Mark for Jesus to stand out more. It was however probably originally attractive that Jesus seemed like a common man. Stories also easily distort through hearsay, we have proven that effect."
Jun 9, 2009
George Karounis replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"lol, of course I agree with what you said, but I think you took my article far more seriously than it should have been taken. It was just meant to be a humorous article outlying some reasons why either people would continue to believe in something…"
Jun 9, 2009
Jennifer W replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"There's plenty of other virgin births in other myths too. The story of Jesus itself, wasn't all that original in the first place."
Jun 9, 2009
Wolf Martinus replied to George Karounis's discussion Alternate Theories to the Virgin Birth
"It wasn't me, therefore it must have been a miracle."
Jun 9, 2009

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At 2:10pm on May 27, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
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Welcome to Atheist Nexus with its 8000 good friends.
A useful group to join, with its 130 discussions and numerous video films, is “ORIGINS” (Origins: Universe, Life, Humans, Evolution, Religion....).
One discussion (over 70 posts) is "Proud to be Atheist". There's much to feel good about
because atheists and humanists hold the intellectual high ground—far from the mental slavery of superstitious people who submit to a narrow-minded controlling clergy with their imaginary god, heaven and hell.
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