Brian Smith

I would just like to know how you explain all the revalations in the Bible about the end of time that are coming true.
I would also like to add that when you quote the Bible then you can't just pick
and choose verses that you want. You have to give the others that go
along with the topic. By the way did you know that in the Bible it says
that James was the half brother of Jesus and the son of Joseph. Several
months ago on CNN.com there was an article saying archeologists had
uncovered a box that was enscribed with James half brother of Jesus and
son of Joseph. How do you explain that?

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Yeah, it also says that Joseph had two different fathers, which you Christians say is sinful. Furthermore, the prophecy of Jesus coming from the seed of David was never completed since Joseph wasn't Jesus' father. Sorry, fellas.
How do I explain...?

Somebody inscribed their claim to having been in Jesus' family and centuries later it's found?
Explain what exactly?. How about you explain why there are no other verifiable traces of Jesus outside of the bible. I already "explained" how bullshit is carved on to a box and buried.

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