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Old 07-22-2010, 06:02 AM
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Good day Ladies and Gentlemen.

There has been much discussion in our Racers for Christ section of this forum about the existence of Jesus from both believers and non believers of the Good Lord Jesus Christ.

This thread IS NOT to discuss if Jesus Does or Does not exsist.

I am starting this thread for another topic.

Here is what i want to discuss. Who is the one person YOU think is the most influential person this world has ever known.

As Christians know, Jesus' dying on the cross and giving his life for us and washing us clean of our sin has had a major impact on our world and society. There is no doubt most if not every Christ follower would say Jesus, but not everyone who checks in believes in Christ.

I know there are people on here way more intelligent than I, who (one person) do you think has influenced this world the most, who is it you think has made a major widespread impact on our world?

Excited to learn........
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Old 07-26-2010, 08:26 PM
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Ok, so preface it like this.

With the exception of Jesus, who is the most influential person in recorded history?

Now the question becomes good or evil.

Hitler was influential....So was Eve.
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Glad to see I apparently killed this thread......

Abraham, Moses, Noah?

Matthew, Mark, Luke, John?

Judas?

Martin Luther?
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Albert Einstein? Thomas Edison? Benjamin Franklin?, Louis Pasteur?
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HAHA, you didn't kill this thread. I don't think anyone who isn't a Christ follower wants to join because this isn't a "Does Christ Exist" thread.

They only want to debate if Jesus exists, not talk about someone else who made as large of an impact on the world because well........ there isn't really anyone else.

No one person is talked about more, or has had more of an affect than JC.

Everyone else is tied to a culture, or a continent or a race of people. No one else has spanned those categories so broadly.
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Albert Einstein? Thomas Edison? Benjamin Franklin?, Louis Pasteur?
You gotta have some facts to back each up. I am going to say Louis Pasteur was a good one since he is the father of microbiology. He pushed society forward on the medical front not only allowing people to live longer through immunizations, but also because he made food safer to eat through Pasteurization.

There isn't a place in the modern world that isn't affected by his works greatly!

Thanks for jumping in Hakmazter.!
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