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  •   jeremy_hogaboom There christians but they definitely added to the bible. Thats a cold hard fact my friend 9h
  •   catholicstudentspage @jeremy_hogaboom Is that so? Well according to world history, and Christian history, the bible was complete. Then the Protestant Reformation occurred, and one man decided he didn't like 7 books in the complete bible, so he removed them. :) 9h
  •   jeremy_hogaboom Actually no those said seven books were added on after the rest of the bible. They were never going to be a part of the bible because they were written later, weren't inspired by god, and contradict the rest of the bible 9h
  •   catholicstudentspage @jeremy_hogaboom they are just as important as the other books. :) i suggest you research your argument a bit more before making that statement 8h
  •   jeremy_hogaboom I have feel free to prove me wrong but the bible is only important because its the word of god. If those books aren't the word of god then they don't belong in the bible. And since they aren't. They don't. 8h
  •   catholicstudentspage @jeremy_hogaboom who said they weren't the word of God? Sounds like an assumption. 8h
  •   carolinefdq @jeremy_hogaboom citations please? 6h
  •   catholic_kicker_mma @jeremy_hogaboom If the catholic church decided not to put the book of Matthew in you wouldn't know the difference now. The Catholic church wait 425 years( I believe) after Jesus ascended to heaven, then put the Bible together. So who where the Christians then? 4h

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aaliyah_who Or two. Hehehe b*tch watch your step 11h

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fheathers a small sad me feat. a big stack o' excerpts. auditions go away pls 13h

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