H. G. Wells, who was an agnostic at best, an atheist at worst, said Jesus “is easily the dominant figure of history.” He would further say that any historian, regardless of theological bias, simply cannot portray history accurately without giving proper place to “a penniless teacher from Nazareth.” What started in a little village, in a little baby, became the greatest transformation the world has ever known.
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Contributed by Michael Hopkins on Aug 25, 2005
A man fell into a pit and he couldn’t get out. BUDDHA said: "Your pit is only a state of mind." A HINDU said: "This pit is for purging you and making you more perfect.” CONFUCIUS said: "If you would have listened to me, you would never have fallen into that pit." A NEW AGE PERSON said: "Maybe ...read more