Re: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: The death don't exist
- This guy was on the list previously as cresciniaustwo. Back then he was
posting on the shroud of Turin etc.
He wouldn't answer my questions concerning his possible affiliation to Roman
I'm not sure if you removed him. I think he should make clear his
affiliation this time.
----- Original Message -----
From: "weeping_calvinist" <raging.calvinist@...>
Sent: Friday, June 13, 2003 1:27 PM
Subject: [Covenanted Reformation] Re: The death don't exist
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "cresciniusaseven"
> <coschiera@l...> wrote:
> > My name is Lorenzo Crescini. I am a Captain of the merchant Navy
> > on retirement.
> > When I was a secular missionary in an African leprosary, I wrote
> > some Flashes on the Holy Gospels which helped a lot of people by
> > giving them new trust and hope.
> > You will find them in web site
> > http://digilander.libero.it/crescini
> > E mail
> > flashesgospels@l...
> > Here are the first three Flashes as an example
> > 1. There is the historical proof the myth could not invent the
> > Cross . If the Cross roused a "social orror" by the heathens ,it
> > caused a shocking religious dismay by the Jews. It is not a case
> > the first christians in order to avoid that the preaching might be
> > jeopardised.,represented the Cross by an anchor ,a plough, a mast,
> > man praying with open arms.How can we think that this way of dying
> > was put in the myth by the christians themselves ?
> > 2. Should somebody tell us of having seen a dead person on the
> > cross resuscitated, nobody would believe him. But if the same
> > stating that could also make miracles, then we would believe him.
> > That happened to the Apostles who got the power of making miracles
> > order to be believed. Without that power, Christianity couldn't
> > been born.
> > 3. Jesus says on the Cross: "My God ,My God ,why did You abandon
> > me ? Such words might even shock the reader. Why should they have
> > been written if they weren't true,then ?
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