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I was discussing religion with someone on youtube and I got a message saying this:
son of a carpenter
All the following refutations are from Dvine Evidence and other sources that I will paste here
Like Jesus' earthly father, Krishna's father was also said to be a carpenter. Yet nowhere in the Hindu texts does it say Vasudeva was a carpenter. In fact, we are told he was a nobleman in the courts of Mathura as he was married to Princess Devaki. When Krishna fled the wrath of Kamsa with his foster parents, we are told his foster-father Nanda was a cow-herd: "Thou art the most beloved of Nanda, the Cow-herd" Bhagavata, Bk 8, I, pg 743
Born of a virgin.
A virgin birth is never attributed to Krishna as his parents bore seven previous children. Furthermore, the virgin birth was not a new concept invented by Christians. The book of Isaiah (written about 700 B.C.) spoke of a Messiah who would be born of a virgin. This prophecy was in circulation 700 years before Jesus and at least 100 years before Krishna. (Isaiah 7:14) Critics claim Krishna was born to the virgin Maia but according to Hindu texts, he was the eighth son of Princess Devaki and her husband Vasudeva: "You have been born of the divine Devaki and Vasudeva for the protection of Brahma on earth." Mahabharata Bk 12, XLVIII
Baptized in a river
Where is their any verse Mahabharata that Krisha was baptised in a river?
Born on the 25th
There is no document saying Mithra was born on December 25th
Catholic Answers on Jesus' birth date
Mirclaes were claimed to be performed by a number of figures in that time and is nto evidence Jesus' miracles depend on Mirthra or were taken from Mirthra
Resurrected on the third day
Terullian wrote about believers in Mithra renacted ressurection scenes but he wrote that after New Testament times. Mithra tradition says nothing that Mithra died, was buried or ressurected
Known as the lamb, the way, the truth, the light, the savior, messiah.
1280 BC the egyptian book of the dead describes a god, Horus..
Horus is the son of the god Osiris.
Born like this: Osiris got cut in pieces, his wife could not find his penis, but used magic to create one and used it to get pregnant (ok not exactly the same but it sure is magic)
Het is baptized in a river by Anup the Baptizer. (the babizer later got beheaded)
Mural and textual evidence indicate Isis created a penis that she created and concieved Osiris' child. She had another son with Osiris also. There is no writing of Horus being baptised and there is no Anup the Baptizer
Like Jesus, Horus was tempted while alone in the desert.
There is no documentation that says Horus was temped in the desert. There is the following which describes something very different than Jesus in the desert
Healed the sick.
No document say this
Casts out demons.
No document say this
And walked on water.
No document says this
He raised Asar from the dead.
No document says this
He got crucified..
And after 3 days two women announced he had been resurrected."
Horus is never said to have been crucified, nevertheless to have died. The only connection we can make to Horus being resurrected is if we consider the eventual merger of Horus and Osiris. But such a theory results in an catch 22, apparently noticed by the Egyptians as they later altered their beliefs to fix the contradictions. In the Egyptian tale, Osiris is either dismembered by Set in battle or sealed in a chest and drowned in the Nile. Isis then pieces Osiris' body back together and resurrects Osiris to conceive an heir that will avenge Osiris' death (although technically Osiris is never actually resurrected as he is forbidden to return to the world of the living). Source and source
"[Set] brought a shapely and decorated chest, which he had caused to be made according to the measurements of the king's body... Set proclaimed that he would gift the chest unto him whose body fitted its proportions with exactness... Then Osiris came forward. He lay down within the chest, and he filled it in every part. But dearly was his triumph won in that dark hour which was his doom. Ere he could raise his body, the evil followers of Set sprang suddenly forward and shut down the lid, which they nailed fast and soldered with lead. So the richly decorated chest became the coffin of the good king Osiris, from whom departed the breath of life." source