When challenged on the issue of, Jesus was not a historical person, by a pagan Bishop. The Patristic (Roman) Christian Church Father, Eusebius, Bishop of Rome is said to have said, yes, we lie but we lie for the glory and honor of God. Lying and deceit appears to be the heart and soul of Patristic (Roman) Christianity, the Patristic (Roman) Christian tradition and the Patristic (Roman) Christian’s adherents lifestyle. GOD, (Perfect and Complete Scientific Knowledge) has no need for lying or those who lie, in his behalf. Because God (Perfect and Complete Scientific Knowledge) validates every one of his acts through…



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