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Religion is the act of worshipping a creed or deity in which one has mistakenly attributed supernatural powers. 'True Believers' are also known as schizophrenic or having a neurological disorder in scientific, medical, or sane circles. It was invented by tribal leaders at least 2 million years ago in order to control and financially exploit the citizenry and in the Western proper World was still going strong until the separation of Church and State. In the 3rd or improper World it's business as usual. Typically god is portrayed as a giant bearded man in the sky that flies around granting wishes, but there are some variations.

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The Book of Moses called The Table of Contents is the zeroth book of the Old Testament of the Holy Bible.

Origin and Summary The Table of Contents was the very zeroeth book which God Himself inspired Moses to write, prior to Genesis, while sojourning in the wilderness of Sinai (not to be confused with The Old Book of Tricks, which contains amongst other things, The Oldest Trick in the Book). Originally written in Hebrew, and consisting of two chapters for a total of 66 verses, it lays out God's complete plan of redemption by listing (in sequence) the titles of every single other book of inspired scripture (and their corresponding page numbers) for all time to come. This is the clinching scriptural proof that the Protestant Canon alone is the complete and perfect Word of God.

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The Messiah, according to Courtnology. Unlike prophecies, this is based in fact.


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