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The X-files: Jesus and resurrection

The X-files: Jesus and resurrection

churchads.net has put up a website that proposes to investigate Jesus and the resurrection as Mulder & Scully would investigate one of the X-files. The website even uses the typeface from the X-files, you know, that old manual typewriter typeface with a bad ink ribbon. There is also a video of random on the street interviews where they have asked folks they encounter who Jesus Christ is.

The purpose of the website is to get folks to explore more about Jesus and offers three options to explore, was he just a man, is he really just a myth or is he The Messiah?

http://www.wheredoyoustand.co.uk/#intro

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Sean Storm

THAT is scary. I mean it's bad enough when you ask Americans on the street and some don't know who George Washington is, but to ask people on the street and some don't know who Jesus Christ is? Thats scary bad.

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