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post #61 of 177
Oh yeah, The most famous Jewish mythology of all time...... The Bible. Full of incest, rape, amorality, evil, killing the non-believers etc.
Bring it on!

Drunken incest: Genesis 19:31,36
Multiple sex partners: Kings 11:1,3
Incestuous rape: II Samuel I 3:1,14
Whoredom: Ezekiel 23:2,20
Adultery: Deuteronomy 28:30
Prostitution: Deuteronomy 22:28,29
Sexual mutilation: Samuel 18:25,27
Forced sexual slavery: Judges 21:7,12 & Deuteronomy 21:11,13
Rape and gruesome sex killing: Judges 19:22,29
Infanticide and abortion: Isaiah 13:16 & Ezekiel 9:6 & Psalms 137:8,9 & Amos 1:13 & I Kings 15:16
Cannibalism: Leviticus 26:29 & Deutoronomy 28:53


..... and the list goes on and on and on and on and on.....
post #62 of 177
Quote:
Originally Posted by chutzpah

Oh yeah, The most famous Jewish mythology of all time...... The Bible. Full of incest, rape, amorality, evil, killing the non-believers etc.
Bring it on!

Drunken incest: Genesis 19:31,36
Multiple sex partners: Kings 11:1,3
Incestuous rape: II Samuel I 3:1,14
Whoredom: Ezekiel 23:2,20
Adultery: Deuteronomy 28:30
Prostitution: Deuteronomy 22:28,29
Sexual mutilation: Samuel 18:25,27
Forced sexual slavery: Judges 21:7,12 & Deuteronomy 21:11,13
Rape and gruesome sex killing: Judges 19:22,29
Infanticide and abortion: Isaiah 13:16 & Ezekiel 9:6 & Psalms 137:8,9 & Amos 1:13 & I Kings 15:16
Cannibalism: Leviticus 26:29 & Deutoronomy 28:53

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..... and the list goes on and on and on and on and on.....



Dang Chutzpah, now I know why you are "nowherenearchurch"! icon_lol.gif
Sometimes you have to look reality in the eye and deny it.

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Taylor Lynn Wooten 4/11/08
Sometimes you have to look reality in the eye and deny it.

I'll always love and miss you!
Taylor Lynn Wooten 4/11/08
post #63 of 177
hahaha LOLOLOL ya got that right, lady!

I have actually read the bible about six times, cover to cover and studied it thoroughly!
post #64 of 177
chutzpah: Remember when it was written and how it is meant to be interpreted now. I don't believe the Christian Bible, which includes the Old Testament is perfect, but if read spiritually rather than literally it can be a wonderful guide. I respect your right not to follow a religion, I wish you would respect others' rights to embrace religion, what counts is that as we all live with morality. I find spiritual comfort in religion and I have a right to do so, I truly hope you find comfort in whichever way is best for you.
post #65 of 177
I knew when I read the header for this thread that it was going to get out of control and some ungliness would insue, I guess I just didn't think that somehow religion would get involved.....

I guess when you really think about it, this is what makes our country great - we can all have our own opinions and we can all express them freely - I just wish we could all find a way to do it a little nicer.
post #66 of 177
No book is going to fix the world... it would take people caring more than just themselves, and frankly... a book isn't going to make that happen. Technology (all of it.. not just modern) is the bane of the human existence... not lack of faith. The minute we started using our brains for things other than finding food and shelter we were doomed.

You know what perpetuates terrorist activities in the world??? Religion. Terrorists truely believe that they are being moral in the eyes of their religious beliefs.
post #67 of 177
Quote:
Originally Posted by chutzpah

Oh yeah, The most famous Jewish mythology of all time...... The Bible. Full of incest, rape, amorality, evil, killing the non-believers etc.
Bring it on!

Drunken incest: Genesis 19:31,36
Multiple sex partners: Kings 11:1,3
Incestuous rape: II Samuel I 3:1,14
Whoredom: Ezekiel 23:2,20
Adultery: Deuteronomy 28:30
Prostitution: Deuteronomy 22:28,29
Sexual mutilation: Samuel 18:25,27
Forced sexual slavery: Judges 21:7,12 & Deuteronomy 21:11,13
Rape and gruesome sex killing: Judges 19:22,29
Infanticide and abortion: Isaiah 13:16 & Ezekiel 9:6 & Psalms 137:8,9 & Amos 1:13 & I Kings 15:16
Cannibalism: Leviticus 26:29 & Deutoronomy 28:53


..... and the list goes on and on and on and on and on.....



And that's why I won't let my children read it until they're well into their teens. I will encourage them to read it at some point just like I want them to read other god myths.

People should really go through the OT and find out how many people Satan kills compared to how many God kills or orders killed.
"If we are going to teach 'creation science' as an alternative to evolution, then we should also teach the stork theory as an alternative to biological reproduction." - Judith Hayes
"If we are going to teach 'creation science' as an alternative to evolution, then we should also teach the stork theory as an alternative to biological reproduction." - Judith Hayes
post #68 of 177
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Originally Posted by chutzpah

hahaha LOLOLOL ya got that right, lady!

I have actually read the bible about six times, cover to cover and studied it thoroughly!



Ok now I HAVE to know why you read it six times? I've tried to read a book (of the Bible) and can't seem to get through it.

Just for the record, I'm not really surprised that you have.
Sometimes you have to look reality in the eye and deny it.

I'll always love and miss you!
Taylor Lynn Wooten 4/11/08
Sometimes you have to look reality in the eye and deny it.

I'll always love and miss you!
Taylor Lynn Wooten 4/11/08
post #69 of 177
And as a disclaimer... I have no problem with people having faith. Believing in a higher power is something that some people need and I get that, I just have a problem with organized religion as a whole.
post #70 of 177
why does this topic always have to turn ugly?? There are always a few that have to ruin it... I think this was posted as a general question and everyone gave their two cents worth.. some stronger than others.....

I'm going to the cupcake thread... don't want to get in to the whole "legal" vs "not legal" and when it is okay or not....

Have fun ya'll!!!
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post #71 of 177
Also, keep in mind - the bible was written by man - not God. Yes, God was speaking to those that wrote it but unfortunately the interpretation of God's word was not perfect. I agree that organized religion is ridiculous and quite often is used for a profit but, the ideas are sound and quite positive.

The bible does have all those things in that Chutzpa mentioned unfortunately but let's be frank. Those things happen in everyday life, now AND then. Society hasn't gotten any worse than it was we just have more media coverage to illustrate it. Also, as for religion driving terrorists today - that may be true to a certain extent but even in biblical times - radicals misinterpreted the word and that's never going to change. But to suggest that is proof religion should lose its credibility makes no sense...
post #72 of 177
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Originally Posted by jkalman

And as a disclaimer... I have no problem with people having faith. Believing in a higher power is something that some people need and I get that, I just have a problem with organized religion as a whole.



There, unfortunately, are those who turn religion into something ugly and destructive but there are so many more of us who don't. I lived in NY, I lived there until well after 9/11, a close family member of mine worked at WTC and helped colleagues to evacuate with him, I have friends who worked there, my DF & DH had had frequent meetings on the very upper floors and thank God were not there that day (although both had been within a week of the attacks). My DH was on a bridge nearby and saw the towers just before they fell. We lived in fear of what might happen next. I know up close and personal what atrocities are done in the name of religion and it absolutely infuriates me. I believe anything in the wrong hands can be used for evil, religion as well as anything else in life. I prefer to focus on faith and use religion as a guide for faith.
post #73 of 177
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Originally Posted by NCmomof3boys

Quote:
Originally Posted by jkalman

And as a disclaimer... I have no problem with people having faith. Believing in a higher power is something that some people need and I get that, I just have a problem with organized religion as a whole.



I believe anything in the wrong hands can be used for evil, religion as well as anything else in life. I prefer to focus on faith and use religion as a guide for faith.



Very well said!
post #74 of 177
I think we have wondered off topic here?

If someone is working illegally form home that's their decision and they alone bear the consequences.

If someone reports a baker working illegally from home that person also bears the consequences of their judgement.

What's the point in further debate with regard to moral ground? The people involved bear the consequences and the world still turns.
post #75 of 177
Quote:
Originally Posted by banba

I think we have wondered off topic here?

If someone is working illegally form home that's their decision and they alone bear the consequences.

If someone reports a baker working illegally from home that person also bears the consequences of their judgement.

What's the point in further debate with regard to moral ground? The people involved bear the consequences and the world still turns.



Very good point...I guess we all got a little carried away. I think that's why they discourage religious discussions because it's such a passionate subject for all...
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