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Comments about the soundtrack for The Passion of the Christ (John Debney)

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Re: Jesus was never crucified
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• Posted by: S.Venkatnarayanan
• Date: Wednesday, September 3, 2008, at 9:04 p.m.
• IP Address: 219.65.105.125
• In Response to: Re: Jesus was never crucified (Malachi M.)

> it's called faith,

If you call this as 'Faith', i call this as ignorance. In fact, Mr.Tom made an very valid point that if christians says that Lord Jesus came down to earth and redeem our sins and died for us, then how could the same christians say that 'Roman' and 'Jews' were responsible for the death of Jesus Christ?. If Christians believed that that was the will of God. How could be called that as Killing? Either you should blame God or you should blame 'Roman' or 'Jews'. That was the argument of Mr.Tom. In fact, i am not against any religious beliefs but there should be always a good reason for having a faith.

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