What Is Vridar? (updated 19th December 2016)

veeSee Tim Widowfield’s post What Is Vridar covering

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(I have added a few points in the comments there.)

See also: Atheism, Vridar and Blogging Research in Religion, History, Politics, Science. . . . for the origin of the name Vridar and its relevance to the themes covered here.

 

 

 

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3 Comments

  • 2016-04-09 23:22:55 GMT+0000 - 23:22 | Permalink

    If Jesus never existed, then tell me who told the parable of the prodigal son? Who said that he could destroy his temple (his body) and rebuild it in 3 days? Who taught the Lord’s Prayer?

    • David Ashton
      2016-04-10 00:26:41 GMT+0000 - 00:26 | Permalink

      Some gifted but anonymous “mute inglorious Miltons” of the 2nd century, apparently.

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