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Why is the Cross a Christian Symbol? (Response to RAM)

so what no one said Emma Kenny

Salahuddin desolation it perfect that's

purchased number Francis thou art dust

and unto dust

I shall return remember that you are

dust and to dust

but you guys save you time you guys have

yet answered my question

what's the origin of the cross mr. cross

has pagan origins you idiots walking

around with courses on your garments you

don't know [ __ ] about the course exactly

you don't answer our question

dodge and avoid answering a question

what's so hard about a sermon what's the

origin of the course what's so hard

about now my question to you is what is

the origin of the course I've got back

stat what in October October 2008 it's

now March 2009 no answer you guys have

yet to give an answer why because you

know if you even attempted to answer the

question you're gonna be wrong and you

wouldn't know that the cross is indeed

pagan this sick and that you guys are a

bunch of Vegas

you knew you know that I've been

accident I've been in quite the worship

of the cross right and they have yet

your question is so I guess I have to

answer it for them I've been posing this

question since October oh no damn it the

magic of Mythology it's only one the

volume encyclopedia older than

Christianity another word cross assess

older than Christianity the cross has

been used as a symbol of the world the

Sun fire and life although the cross the

best of all has the supreme emblem of

the Christian faith cross symbolism is

much older than Christianity hmm that

means that the cross predates

Christianity that's what that means

in pre-christian and free Christian uses

of the prosit its meaning is usually

uncertain sometimes it seems to save for

the four directions or four directions

what's the center in which case it can

be the world or everything sometimes it

is a symbol of the Sun apparently as the

four spokes of the wheel which is coming

which is a common sentiment assuming

both meanings reappear in early

Christian symbolism in which Christ is

frequently associated with the Sun this

is some [ __ ] balls

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