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I'll use this time to refer to some things that I didn't have the oppurtunity to refer to during the regular speeches. Dr. Geisler made the statement that the pagans saviors were not like Jesus because they did not experience bodily resurrection. But I want to assure you, my friends, that that is not so. O-s-i-r-i-s, write it down, O-s-i-r-i-s, he was an ancient Egyptian, virgin-born, savior-god who died, and he was resurrected. You research and you'll find that his mother [sic] searched for his body that had been torn to pieces, put it back together, sort of like in Frankenstein manner, and he was resurrected bodily back to life. That's just one example that I could give you.

He is depending upon your ignorance, people. And I'm not trying to be insulting to you. Your preachers do it all the time. You get the wool pulled over your eyes, and it's your own fault, because you don't know the Bible, first of all, and you certainly know very little about the history of religion. If you would go examine the evidence, you would see that many of the things that he is telling you have no basis in fact.

He says that Jesus had appeared to James, the half-brother of Jesus. I'd like to know how that he knows that. The apostle Paul said that Jesus appeared unto James. How do you know that was the half-brother of Jesus? It could have been the apostle James, couldn't it? I wish I could say a lot more, but you know two minutes goes by very quickly. [applause]