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Horus Manure: Debunking the Jesus/Horus Connection

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  • James H, London

    The amazing young Marc Barnes had a nice variation on this, but it brought up similar points:
    http://www.patheos.com/blogs/badcatholic/2012/08/what-on-earth-is-prophecy.html

    Atheist attempts to debunk Christianity rely on one part circular reasoning, another part half-truth, and two parts good, old-fashioned lying.

  • ivan_the_mad

    It brings to mind Martin Routh’s sound advice, ” “You will find it a very good practice always to verify your references, sir!”

  • Mark R

    But Horace Manure would be a good name for a farmer.