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7 years ago  ::  Oct 15, 2007 - 11:35PM #1
Godisaheretic
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yippee!   a new toy!!!  so...   here's the deal...

the Bible is an anthology of the writings of many superstitious uneducated ancient persons....

the OT especially contains many blasphemies about the claims of  a Brutal Warrior God...

though there are some parts, mainly NT, that have great spiritual value...

but not the supernatural parts...

those parts should be rejected as mismatches with Reality...

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think so?
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 16, 2007 - 12:21AM #2
EmeraldGuardian
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Hm...

Personally, I don't view the OT and NT as divinely inspired. I don't see EVERYTHING happening the way it is written. However I have to say with honesty that the Bible can be utilized in many areas that we in contemporary society could improve. Blind faith is not neccessary to see that there is good (and unfortunately some false) principles located within the text. It's not so simple, either with science or with the supernatural.
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 17, 2007 - 12:44AM #3
Mixcat
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The OT and NT are divinely inspired and really do agree with science. It has told us the world was round way before that was that was known.  The fact that many world views stem from these books is more proof. The superstitious and traditionalists always have been the problem and keeping the world from progress. Jesus even let it be known to the Pharisees how their traditions were a stumbling block for them. It kept them from knowing the truth at times.
On the flip side take a look at the UN.. The doc writer or publishing company they work with is Lucis Trust.  Do some research,  Lucis Trust (www.lucistrust.org), founded by Alice Bailey, is the publishing company for the UN. It was formerly called Lucifer Publishing Company and until recently I believe was actually located in the UN building. Lucis Trust also maintains the Meditation Room located in the UN building.

They are pushing for a 1 religion world with 1 currency just like the NT says would happen.  Guys we have a clear spiritual battle going on. Really open your eyes and it won’t take much faith at all to see.
God bless you all.
-Pete
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 18, 2007 - 11:31PM #4
bronzedonkeykong
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[QUOTE=Godisaheretic;1884]yippee!   a new toy!!!  so...   here's the deal...

the Bible is an anthology of the writings of many superstitious uneducated ancient persons....

the OT especially contains many blasphemies about the claims of  a Brutal Warrior God...

though there are some parts, mainly NT, that have great spiritual value...

but not the supernatural parts...

those parts should be rejected as mismatches with Reality...

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everybody has an opinion
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 20, 2007 - 8:54AM #5
keesiewonder
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Thanks, Mixcat. I'll be checking out your references that are currently unfamiliar to me ... Curious indeed ...

Mixcat wrote:

The OT and NT are divinely inspired and really do agree with science. ... we have a clear spiritual battle going on. ...

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7 years ago  ::  Feb 24, 2008 - 11:25PM #6
Godisaheretic
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Mixcat wrote:

  Guys we have a clear spiritual battle going on. Really open your eyes and it won’t take much faith at all to see.



it is sort of a battle...

where some people see clearly that the Bible is just one anthology of Myths out of the many multitudes of mythological writings throughout the world...

the good fight is in trying to show how the biblical Myths are supernatural stories invented by superstitious ancient men...

it's a noble cause...

we should not grow weary in spreading the good news that the Bible is unreliable Myth...

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faith hope love joy peace to all...

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7 years ago  ::  Feb 28, 2008 - 11:27PM #7
AshtarothKarnim
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ilu shelem!

brutal Goddess maybe but their writings are not uneducated.

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7 years ago  ::  Mar 10, 2008 - 10:28AM #8
Godisaheretic
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relatively uneducated...

of course those superstitious ancient men lacked the modern knowledge and understanding of our 21st century world...

they could get away with writing so much of what is now included in the Bible only because nobody knew any better...

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6 years ago  ::  May 09, 2008 - 4:42PM #9
Bob_Bennett
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[QUOTE=Mixcat;3862]The OT and NT are divinely inspired and really do agree with science. It has told us the world was round way before that was that was known.  The fact that many world views stem from these books is more proof. The superstitious and traditionalists always have been the problem and keeping the world from progress. Jesus even let it be known to the Pharisees how their traditions were a stumbling block for them. It kept them from knowing the truth at times.
On the flip side take a look at the UN.. The doc writer or publishing company they work with is Lucis Trust.  Do some research,  Lucis Trust (www.lucistrust.org), founded by Alice Bailey, is the publishing company for the UN. It was formerly called Lucifer Publishing Company and until recently I believe was actually located in the UN building. Lucis Trust also maintains the Meditation Room located in the UN building.

They are pushing for a 1 religion world with 1 currency just like the NT says would happen.  Guys we have a clear spiritual battle going on. Really open your eyes and it won’t take much faith at all tThey are pushing for a 1 religion world with 1 currency just like the NT says would happen.  Guys we have a clear spiritual battle going on. Really open your eyes and it won’t take much faith at all tThey are pushing for a 1 religion world with 1 currency just like the NT says would happen.  Guys we have a clear spiritual battle going on. Really open your eyes and it won’t take much faith at all to see.
God bless you all.
-Pete[/QUOTE]

They are pushing for a 1 religion world with 1 currency just like the NT says would happen.  Guys we have a clear spiritual battle going on. Really open your eyes and it won’t take much faith at all to see.
God bless you all.
-Pete[/QUOTE]


What is the problem with one world religion and one world currency?   Didn't Jesus teach his followers to teach and baptise the whole world?  That would result in one world religion would it not?
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