Major Debunking ahead.
Indeed, it was considered a god incarnate, the embodiment of Ptah in life and Osiris in death. Most of the time it was left to die of old age, but at times they were sacrificed. All of them ended up as very oversized mummies. Now the Apis Bull was said to
Does this mean that Isis was a virgin?
Remember, as a goddess (long before she was incarnated into a vow), she had sex with Osiris while they were in the womb, and had sex
Let’s do an intellectual exercise, shall we?
No, it just means that he didn’t work on that car in a video game.
He worked on it in real life.
My brother might imagine himself to be Kratos while playing the game, but imagination doesn’t remove fact; he did work on that 1958 Del ray.
Let’s use another example...
Now…why would they want to stone Jesus?
What did Jesus say to tick them off?
“Before Abraham was, I am.”
I AM THAT I AM.
Later in verse 14, God says “Say this to the people of Israel: I AM has sent me to you.”
Indeed, in Exodus 3:2, it states that Moses saw the Angel of the Lord appearing in the burning bush. In some cases the “Angel of the Lord” is a phrase for God himself (see Judges 13). This could not be God the Father, for the Bible states that no one has
Why is this significant?
Something he didn’t do while living as a flesh and blood man on earth…but something he did do nonetheless, long before he was physically born.
Jesus existed before he was born, and carried out such acts.
Are we going to say that he didn’t talk to Moses in the Burning Bush, because he didn’t do so while in Christ’s body?
Remember, both creation and the burning
Are we going to say that Jesus is creator…and is not?
That he talked to Moses from the Burning Bush…and yet did not?
Though he didn’t create the universe while in his physical body, this doesn’t negate the fact that Jesus DID create everything, that he is creator.
Just as the fact that Isis didn’t have sex
Or did she…
Remember, folks, they didn’t have artificial insemination back then.
a god having sex...
It got pregnant the way a lot of virgins get pregnant.
By losing their virginity.
Sorry, but Mary wasn’t based on Isis.
Mary was historical.
So is her eldest son, Jesus.
Plutarch, "Isis and Osiris", 12
Herodotus, “The Histories”, Book 3, 28-29
“The Way to Eternity” Fergus Fleming, Alan Lothian, and Dr. Joann Fletcher (consultant), 67-69