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Are you a Christian who bases their worldview on the Bible?
This question is for Christians. Do you take the Bible as written and use it for your worldview? Many Christians seem to be moving away from the Bible and adopting a more liberal stance. If this describe you, can you describe your reason for doing this?
I do my best to use the bible as my world view. However, the old testament incorporates "stoning them" when they do wrong and with the New Testament we see, "Forgive them".
I do see the Bible as a beautiful book, full of important life teachings. But it has to be read metaphorically. I cannot believe that God created the world in six days. In fact, I wrote a book - The Jungian Bible - that presents a Jungian interpretation of some Old Testament stories, bringing forward their life lessons.
Roberto Lima Netto
I don't take the KJV Or later versions exactly as written for my view. The KJV was written and modified taking elements of the three original versions (Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic) to use as a scare tactic to force conversion. Most of the bible should be taken metaphorically. Some should be taken contextually as according to different definitions. So if something seems off in the bible, I get a dictionary so that I can have a different idea of what could possibly be meant
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