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Should not Zesucutó be considered "Christianity" for purposes of the list? Boreanesia 01:18, 16 Feb 2005 (PST)

Zesucutò is based on Christianity, but I don't think it could really be called Christianity, any more than Christianity itself could be called a sect of Judaism. If anything, it's more a Christianity-influenced sect of Xintò. Nik 13:35, 16 Feb 2005 (PST)

Over on Conculture, General Kim Tiu is hankering for a discussion of Zesucuto: "What I suggest: Is there any Zesucuto guys trying to promote the theory that Japan is one of the Lost Tribes of Israel? I think it's time to discuss this."

I'm sure there are. There have been Lost-tribers throughout history in Europe, so why not among the Zesucuto of Japan? Nik would be the final arbiter of such a concept, but I bet he'd find no problem with it.

Me, I don't see any problem with it, as the concept of the lost tribes of Israel has been a matter of Christian speculation for centuries. I see no reason why it couldn't take hold in Christian / later Zesucuto Japan; though I'm not saying it has to.

Elemtilas 17:47, 26 January 2008 (PST)