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|Crystal6||Mythical creature?||16||Jul 17 2012, 5:09 AM EDT by vampirejediknight|
Thread started: Jun 1 2012, 12:39 AM EDT Watch
Do... prophets count as mythical creatures? They're humans after all.
Besides even history books generally agree that Jesus existed, at the very least. This is kind of like calling George Washington a mythical creature and giving him an article... (perhaps using stories of his leadership as proof that he has super powers.)
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|WolfsbaneLobo||Mythical? I shall answer!!!||2||Jul 11 2012, 7:06 PM EDT by WolfsbaneLobo|
Thread started: Jul 10 2012, 9:01 PM EDT Watch
Jesus was, in fact, a real person. (Just randomly saying, there is not the slightest chance of him being white.) So in that sense, no, he isn't mythical.
Although I feel like it's okay for there to be a page about him because many think of him as the "Messiah" and "Son of God", in other words, as a deity. All of the other people in the world don't think of Jesus has a deity, merely as a prophet, some less tolerant people do, indeed, claim that he never existed... (*sigh*)
Therefore, his "Power" is mythical, also his reason for being known amongst us today. So in a sense, Jesus could be looked at as mythical.
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