See Tim Widowfield’s post What Is Vridar covering
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(I have added a few points in the comments there.)
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6 thoughts on “What Is Vridar? (updated 19th December 2016)”
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?
Some gifted but anonymous “mute inglorious Miltons” of the 2nd century, apparently.
That’s an old critique of the critics indeed: if Jesus didn’t exist, how could the four evangelists create such a powerful figure?
Ever hear of Ulysses, for one?
Scientific and rationalist thought can never be destroy.