Most people who question the legitimacy of the vaccine do not question the legitimacy of a 2,000-year-old book claiming I had a son who rose from the dead.
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Only one of those stories has stood the test of time.
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Yep, Holy Bible…book translated into hundreds of languages, multiple versions, addendums and corrections, thousands of manuscripts. Completely original though lol.

Oct 18, 2021 · 9:13 PM UTC

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Yep so have the fairytales published by the Brothers Grimm…
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well, not very different from Mahabharata and Ramayana...:)
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How dare you, those are 100% factu…jk jk. The majority of religious scripture belongs for the most part in the fiction section. The vedas do comment on philosophy/science but not sure of the acadmic rigor. Don’t know which peer reviewed journals were around then.
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None of which means a thing or automagically it true.