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Carolyn Dahl says
Julie McFarland says
What one can't see won't hurt him.
Know what's worse - giving a daughter away. Maybe i'll charge my daughter's boyfriend exorbitantly to see if he's serious. JMcF, are you angry? Did a "xtian" hurt you? I won't. I wish we could talk. Morality is not spiritual, it's scientific/cold.
many christians hurt me. That's not why I'm not one, however.
He would know it wasn't fig season because he was familiar with the area (being close to Jerusalem) and the tree was not doing what it should do, the figs come before the leaves do, so the tree should have produced fruit, but it did not.
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Is it not just as ignorant to make judgements based on a passage in the Bible without historical (or geographical ) understanding of the context in which it was written?
Of course you are going to defend your ridiculous beliefs, while insulting anyone who disagrees with this nonsense. Your bible was written by very ignorant primitive people. Too bad you can't see that. You just proved my point. Thanks
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Brandon Heath Tart says
you believe that the law of the old testament was moral? Are you kidding me? The reason the jews were continually punished was because the law was impossible to keep. It's abhorrent. Whens' the last time you sold your daughter - and for how much?
Yes, their is a moral law, judicial, punitive, social, and common cultural law. The Law is not one to one. Codes for x y and z. Sure, there is moral law, and all else. And, yes, every ounce is imp. to keep. I wasn't kidding/battling. How u been?
been okay...busy. Tired. The usual. I can't consider the old law to be moral. By definition, if a law is created by which people are punished for even failing to understand it correctly (when they aren't capable of understanding) it's immoral
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