Do Christians identify with Talos as the equivelant of God?

#121RebelElite791Posted 3/24/2013 2:49:26 AM
VexNoFace posted...
IamI3rian posted...

Not you best work here Vex.


Said next to nothing...
Made zero follow up posts (this is my first response)...
Began a 115 post argument with minimal effort...
Bothered someone enough to get her to create a NEW topic just to whimper about mine (which got deleted, she must be super pissed now)

Ruffled plenty 'o feathers...


I'd say I did pretty good actually


Gotta agree. Pretty sad/amusing.
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#122turn_basedPosted 3/24/2013 7:06:28 AM
RebelElite791 posted...
RAGEface14 posted...
Talos=Jesus Christ. Akatosh=God.

That's how it could most accurately relate to Christianity. Think about it: Talos is a mortal who was given the gift of supernatural power by Akatosh, and he later died, only to ascend to godliness.


Talos is a conglomerate of three men, who, in life, were really quite s***ty people. The main part of the god, Talos the man, was the worst of the three. They then became a god by mantling another dead god. They were not "given the gift of supernatural power and died"

Where do you kids even think this stuff up?

Unless Jesus is a 3-pronged murdering sob who mantled a dead god, no.

And Akatosh is neither the most powerful nor the most important god. He also has really no relation to Talos.


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