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I figured I’d post this here as opposed to on the documentary’s page b/c I seem to get into trouble if I discuss religion on the documentary’s page. First of all, there are three religions, Christianity, Islam, and their mother religion (all religions are female) Judaism. The Jews (Judaism) have three major religious texts: 1) the Torah, 2) the Talmud, and 3) the Tanakh. Christians take two of these books (the Torah and the Talmud), and claim them as part of their religious text, the Bible. The Bible contains other texts as well. The Torah and the Talmud are roughly 4,000 years old. That’s what I meant when I wrote that the Bible was written thousands of years before the Quran. The “other texts” of the Bible, the parts written mainly in Greek, were written roughly 2500-1900 years ago. The religious book for Muslims is called the Quran, and it was written roughly 1450 years ago.2 Comments
Wait, you mean the “other texts” of the christian bible were written 2500 years ago? Isn’t that before he was even born?
And I am also confused about the claiming of jewish texts, why would one religion steal from another?
The Christian Bible is divided roughly into two halves. The first half is shared with Judaism. The Jewish texts that are shared with Christianity tell the story of the Jews and predict the messiah. The Jews do not believe that Jesus was the Messiah and the Christians do. That’s why both religions study the Hebrew texts. These books were written between 4000 and 2500 years ago. Then there’s roughly a 500 year break (less if you’re Catholic) and the second half of the Christian Bible was written from roughly the year 4 to the year 90 after Jesus was resurrected.
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From the Cambridge Dictionary
discussion : the activity in which people talk about something and tell each other their ideas or opinions.
review : verb (BOOK/FILM)
B2 [ T ]
If critics review a book, play, film, etc. they write their opinion of it:
example : I only go to see films that are reviewed favourably.
When I choose to write a review, I do just that.
When I wish to have a discussion, I do that.
If you wish to engage me please take the time and see whether I have made a statement (review) or entered the general discussion (not review).
Whomever runs this site has decided to have reviews, an opinion oriented statement, to be visible in the discussion tab, not something I would do, but I am sure they had their reasons.
My internet is slow and intermittent and I have found that the most reliable sites for me are clipwatching for streaming and cloudvideo for download.
Clipwatching is faster than vidtodo, vidia, dood, mixdrop for me but results will vary based on many factors like location, time of day, weather etc.
Cloudvideo is really good because when my connection drops it will let me resume where I left off as well as usually having 2 different quality resolutions I can choose from.
I encourage everyone to try every link not just once but several times, just to see what works best for them and to see what links are false/dead and report them.