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Started by Deb, November 17, 2021, 04:36:06 PM
Quote from: Deb on November 17, 2021, 04:36:06 PMIs it just me, or does this bother anyone else?
Quote from: Deb on November 17, 2021, 04:36:06 PMChrist, as you know, was a common name
Quote from: Deb quoting Seth on November 17, 2021, 04:36:06 PMChrist, as you know, was a common name, so when I say that there was a man named Christ involved in those events...
Quote from: barrie on November 27, 2021, 03:13:34 AMDeb, I cannot find Seth saying this or anything like it anywhere in Seth Speaks or within it in Session 586.But I think I figured it out. In "Magical Approach, "Session 11, 11-15-80," Seth DID say, "Christ, as you know, was a common name..." BUT in context, I believe he was saying that there were many men being referred to as Christ at that time...and Seth KNEW "Christ" was not a name.
Quote from: LarryH on November 27, 2021, 08:34:38 AMcould have been worded in a less misleading manner
Quote from: DylansDad on December 11, 2021, 09:13:10 PMYes, I think Seth is spouting rubbish here. Christ is a title, the anointed one. It was not a name like Tom, Dick or Harry. What I fear about Seth is that falsehoods may be intertwined with real wisdom and it is up to us to discern one from the other. I have studied a lot of Bibilical modern historical scholars and no one thinks CHRIST was a common name nor a common title. It would be like calling everyone Prince Joe, Princess Maude, Prince Jack, etc. Those titles were reserved. Now for all we know, there were deranged people running around calling themselves the Queen of Shiba or Messiah of the world, but to assume this was common, rather than an anomaly, seems very odd to me. I do not look for ways to rationalize Seth because his validity isn't important to me. I study Seth, but if he says something I find absurd, I just let it go. How about the Seth quote where he tells Rob that Jane will NEVER have arthritis? I almost included it in my SETH CLIFF NOTES, but thought it would rub New Agers the wrong way, since so many of them are paranoid about anything negative (I do not know how they navigate life here and now).
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