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Freelight-express



Hello fellow explorers and researchers,

Welcome to my blog,

This venue will be for the free open exploration of religious and philosophical subjects, some of which I write just for the blog (like a timely journal), or transfer from my other writings, or special posts within discussion threads on the forum that I want to archive for later reference,...so using the blog here is a creative-expression mostly, for sharing commentary on a variety of subjects. My style is an eclectic, universal and synergestic approach to theology and philosophy, so enjoy that as you can :) - Also, I'm open to comments and some dialogue here, sharing of resource links, etc. but prefer taking on a more extensive dialogue in the respective threads themselves, if these are 'linked' here so one can follow the total discussion for a greater contextual over-view. There are many dimensions to consider and EXPLORE. So put on your thinking caps, open your consciousness, position your spirits to dive in, re-search, expand, co-create and engage
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In the explorative universal approach to wisdom, I use only as a general guide-reference to spark one's research, the traditional Blavatskian school of Theosophy, but this is only a primer to universal truth studies and occult science, for my own approach is not limited to only this school. I only use it as a general philosophical impetus to explore universal themes of both religion and science, synthesizing them into a more cosmic and individual religious pursual and practice.


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  1. Historical evidence for the Jesus personality in the gospels

    by , October 3rd, 2017 at 02:09 PM (Freelight-express)
    Quote Originally Posted by freelight View Post
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    Greetings all,

    See lastest posts for recent musings, discussion and debate on various topics. While continuing the debate and research on the 'historical Jesus' and 'mythicist' views of the Christ-story, I am currently reading Raphael Lataster's book 'Jesus did not exist - a debate among atheists', with a foreward by Dr. Richard Carrier, which presents a so far excellent challenge if not glarring rebuttal to Bart Ehrman's latest book trying to prove the historicity
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