Dear Lord, why am I biting?
Actually, there is a connection between Christ and the image of a cross. A cross, however stylized it may be, has been and still is associated with the act of crucifying Jesus Christ and the Christian faith, in general.>the cross was a pagan and Egyptian symbol
Are you referrencing the Egyptian Ankh? That is a different symbol from a different religion.
Cultures influence other cultures, and this is especially true in representative art. 18th century European art academies trained their pupils to replicate Greek aestetic proportions in their artwork by using plaster casts, which they practiced from. The designs on American coins were inspired by the designs on Roman coins. It is within our human nature to reappropriate technique or imagery. >Christ died on a T-shaped crucifix
Well, we can't be entirely sure because we were not present, but it is within the realm of reason, owing to the fact that Romans used T-shaped crucifixes. But the shape of the crucifix is not important. Christ's act of sacrifice, however, is.>probably most of it was made up
A subjective claim.