Ken Temple Cannot Explain the Difference Between Christian and Hindu Man-Worship

At Blogging Theology, the brainwashed Trinitarian apologist Ken Temple is struggling to explain how his worship of Jesus (peace be upon him) is any different from the Hindu worship of their "gods", such as Krishna. Temple has tried to wiggle his way out of the uncomfortable conundrum by going off on tangents, such as how …

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Xenophanes on polytheism and “immoral” gods

"Gods in Greek mythology were like humans. They exhibited immorality in acts such as stealing, deception, and adultery. These gods were distinguished from humans only for their immortality. Xenophanes criticized that these misconducts were blameworthy even among humans and should not be ascribable to the divine. He found the origin of these misconceptions of gods …

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