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5 years ago  ::  Sep 14, 2009 - 3:07AM #1
Degreesofemotion
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Zen And The Art of Fornication


Yes the image above is actually real, I didn't make this up and it's not from some movie set. Did you know that God is against drunkenness, sodomy and fornication? Well apparently these folks are in direct communication with the big guy up stairs. Oh and lets make no mistake about it... God is a man and he hates drunks, homosexuals and people who have sex before going to church or city hall to sign a piece of paper!

As you can probably tell I'm trying to make light of the above ignorance with humor. Sadly the fact of the matter is there isn't really anything funny about kids in the middle of New York streets brainwashed repeating what their ignorant parents program them to say.

Instead of me feeding into the frenzy of hate, ignorance and fear lets examine what it is we think fornication is. I'll start by checking out what the dictionary says.


for⋅ni⋅ca⋅tion
–noun

1.     Voluntary sexual intercourse between two unmarried persons or two persons not married to each other.
2.     Bible. idolatry.


So that's what the dictionary says, basically sex between two unmarried people is what is called fornication. It's too bad the definition for fornication in reality means much more than a sentence in the dictionary.

If an Alien came here from another planet looked up fornication in the dictionary it would probably seem like any other explanation for any given word.  You and I both know (in the real world) fornication implies much more than a person who had sex with another person out of wedlock.

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Thank you, peace and love to all.


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4 years ago  ::  Nov 26, 2009 - 2:19AM #2
Chokmah
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Funny, but God's favorite people in the Old Testament were master fornicators and drunks, like Noah, Solomon, David, and many others. Even the women got into the act...if God is against these things how's come there is so much of it in the OT?


 

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