> [my comment] I think that's the whole point, Milo - your view
> is your own view. One has to believe in fallen angels and
> divine beings before a discussion on THOSE terms could take
And what's wrong with having a view. Please don't forget that the opposing argument is also a view as well!
> Every time anyone attempts to discuss this issue of Gods and
> Goddesses on GHMB they are brow beaten to the point of
> choosing another website to discuss this subject seriously;
> otherwise the old "fallen angels/ divine beings/ only son of
> god/ not a serpent" mantra is introduced yet again.
> Personally I'm tired of it and good luck to anyone else who
> wants to explore this subject seriously.
I'm quite happy to discuss the finer and erroneous aspects of the Horus = Christ claim but unfortuantely, some of those who believe this fallacy on this board refuse to discuss these finer details, appealing to ignorance, for example.
I only mentioned the fallen angels argument as an aside because Guy asked if any ground could be found for agreement.
One poster, for example, conveniently uses the tactic of saying she abhors those who debunk but ironically, she fails to notice that essays claiming that Jesus = Horus are also debunking the other view!!!
It's funny how those who claim that Christians are emotionally challenged and hurt by any claims doubting their faith and yet those that have the faith that Jesus = Horus are reacting in exactly the same emotional way!!!