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Thank You! We have to accept one another as we come to earth. We are all related by God.
Dull and boring it would be! Differences make it interesting! :)
Thank You. God is love, he will never leave a lost sheep behind! I will never turn my back on any human.
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It's not what is believed as much as how it's believed. All religions should have open hearted receptivity to anyone who believes in mutual respect between people. Whether a believer or not, express exclusion can never foster mutual respect
With all respect, what do you think of Atheists? That we are unclean? Evil? Can you explain more as to what you think? I'm genuinely curious, and will not question you further, It's just your answer sounds like you had more to say.
I Am a human, they are humans, I have a great wonderful heart. I will never turn my back on another human based on humanity. I believe in God, they do not, but that does not make these people less than me. I will not hate them.
No, i believe your interpretation to be faulty seeing as God has made all equal. What it means is to simply adhere to doctrine.
Jerry, you need to be absolute sure of the context of that quotation. Who said it? To whom? When? Why? What were the social conditions appertaining to his advice?
Are sure it was to people 2000 years hence? To you, to me? Surely not!
"...peacefully co-exist..." Not one of us can like everyone. Yet it's possible to co-exist, be friendly, be respectful, provided the Ego is kept in its rightful place.
Its worse then u think eg(Leviticus 24:16)Whoever blasphemes the name of the Lord shall surely be put to death. All the congregation shall stone him. The sojourner as well as the native, when he blasphemes the Name, shall be put to death(Christ=evil)
That's strange....I never heard it mentioned in the pulpit. Might have been nodding off and missed it.
There are a lot more passages like this in the bible https://www.google.com.au/webhp?sourceid=chrome-in... http://www.openbible.info/topics/virginity_before_...
Bible is separated into two parts, old and new, probably called old and new for a reason. According to Christian doctrine, Christ's death wiped away all of the old Mosaic law which was in place since a "redeemer" has not arrived yet.Hope i helped:)
x130, welcome to HubPages (provided you are not one of those Trolls under another name, judging us to Hell, wink, wink).
So, it was sins under those old laws that were done away with, not the sort of things we get up to today?
I don't recall anything in the NT about killing anyone who doesn't believe in Jesus Christ. Leviticus is in the OT and the "Lord" is not Jesus Christ. Jesus isn't mentioned in the OT.