Agreed. If she'd existed, she'd more likely have floated on dinghy from France to live in the UK, and eaten crumbly Lancashire cheese.Not anger. Just my inate desire to right wrongs in actual perception of reality. She never existed. She never floated on a boat to France and spent her remaining years eating Camembert.
I have read a lot about her. I'm not getting into a religious debate on here, because it is never worth it. You think she was fictional, yet I disagree.She is a fictional character. Does history record Darth fucking Vadar? You been reading Dan Brown?
You see that's what divides us and it shows the fundamental flaw in your argument. You know why? I would change my mind if anybody provided evidence. Not someone's feelings, visions, evidence. But, if incontrovertible evidence emerged that the Bible was man made after all, believers would ignore it, and keep right going. So you're right, there is no point. And by the way, I'm not having a go about reading what's out there about her. I would read that myself.I have read a lot about her. I'm not getting into a religious debate on here, because it is never worth it. You think she was fictional, yet I disagree.
We will never change our minds, and that's fine.
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