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Just a few contradictions in your bible

 
 
Reagaknight
 
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Reply Tue 29 May, 2007 01:36 pm
@rugonnacry,
No, he probably got it off some site, right?
socalgolfguy
 
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Reply Tue 29 May, 2007 02:21 pm
@rugonnacry,
I was waiting for him to come clean.
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Pinochet73
 
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Reply Tue 29 May, 2007 06:26 pm
@rugonnacry,
Go deep!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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rugonnacry
 
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Reply Tue 29 May, 2007 08:23 pm
@Reagaknight,
Reagaknight;18258 wrote:
No, he probably got it off some site, right?



Nope. I really rin an Oil and Gas company in Humble Texas
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Reagaknight
 
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Reply Wed 30 May, 2007 01:59 pm
@rugonnacry,
No, the Bible contradictions (as you know, of course).
Pinochet73
 
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Reply Wed 30 May, 2007 05:24 pm
@rugonnacry,
I love Texas' oil coast. It's cool. It's sleepy, with that quiet oil money concentrated in rich, beach-front neighborhoods. The refineries look surreal at night. Cool stuff.
rugonnacry
 
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Reply Wed 30 May, 2007 07:56 pm
@Pinochet73,
Pinochet73;18481 wrote:
I love Texas' oil coast. It's cool. It's sleepy, with that quiet oil money concentrated in rich, beach-front neighborhoods. The refineries look surreal at night. Cool stuff.



What does your car run on again?
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rugonnacry
 
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Reply Wed 30 May, 2007 07:57 pm
@Reagaknight,
Reagaknight;18454 wrote:
No, the Bible contradictions (as you know, of course).



Oh My bad. I was on the wrong thread LOL.
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Pinochet73
 
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Reply Thu 31 May, 2007 04:53 am
@rugonnacry,
My car runs on raw patriotism. Evey morning, as I climb in, I remind it that our mission is to SMASH commies on the road. It gets hard all over.
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rugonnacry
 
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Reply Sat 2 Jun, 2007 10:16 am
@rugonnacry,
Yes Kill all the commies. but why stop there? Kill all the jews and the gays, and the blacks and the... **** it Kill all none Aryans SEIG HEIL

For the people who seem to think everything I say (and i mean EVERYTHING) is NEVER filled with sarcasm, I will blatantly point out to you , that this statement is such.
socalgolfguy
 
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Reply Sat 2 Jun, 2007 10:25 am
@rugonnacry,
My favorite combo - humor and sarcasm with a smattering of truth
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Campbell34
 
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Reply Sun 3 Jun, 2007 09:51 am
@rugonnacry,
rugonnacry;17619 wrote:
1. God is satisfied with his works
Gen 1:31
God is dissatisfied with his works.
Gen 6:6
2. God dwells in chosen temples
2 Chron 7:12,16
God dwells not in temples
Acts 7:48
3. God dwells in light
Tim 6:16
God dwells in darkness
1 Kings 8:12/ Ps 18:11/ Ps 97:2
4. God is seen and heard
Ex 33:23/ Ex 33:11/ Gen 3:9,10/ Gen 32:30/ Is 6:1/
Ex 24:9-11
God is invisible and cannot be heard
John 1:18/ John 5:37/ Ex 33:20/ 1 Tim 6:16
5. God is tired and rests
Ex 31:17
God is never tired and never rests
Is 40:28
6. God is everywhere present, sees and knows all things
Prov 15:3/ Ps 139:7-10/ Job 34:22,21
God is not everywhere present, neither sees nor knows all
things
Gen 11:5/ Gen 18:20,21/ Gen 3:8
7. God knows the hearts of men
Acts 1:24/ Ps 139:2,3
God tries men to find out what is in their heart
Deut 13:3/ Deut 8:2/ Gen 22:12
8. God is all powerful
Jer 32:27/ Matt 19:26
God is not all powerful
Judg 1:19
9. God is unchangeable
James 1:17/ Mal 3:6/ Ezek 24:14/ Num 23:19
God is changeable
Gen 6:6/ Jonah 3:10/ 1 Sam 2:30,31/ 2 Kings 20:1,4,5,6/
Ex 33:1,3,17,14
10. God is just and impartial
Ps 92:15/ Gen 18:25/ Deut 32:4/ Rom 2:11/ Ezek 18:25
God is unjust and partial
Gen 9:25/ Ex 20:5/ Rom 9:11-13/ Matt 13:12
11. God is the author of evil
Lam 3:38/ Jer 18:11/ Is 45:7/ Amos 3:6/ Ezek 20:25
God is not the author of evil
1 Cor 14:33/ Deut 32:4/ James 1:13
12. God gives freely to those who ask
James 1:5/ Luke 11:10
God withholds his blessings and prevents men from receiving
them
John 12:40/ Josh 11:20/ Is 63:17
13. God is to be found by those who seek him
Matt 7:8/ Prov 8:17
God is not to be found by those who seek him
Prov 1:28
14. God is warlike
Ex 15:3/ Is 51:15
God is peaceful
Rom 15:33/ 1 Cor 14:33
15. God is cruel, unmerciful, destructive, and ferocious
Jer 13:14/ Deut 7:16/ 1 Sam 15:2,3/ 1 Sam 6:19
God is kind, merciful, and good
James 5:11/ Lam 3:33/ 1 Chron 16:34/ Ezek 18:32/ Ps 145:9/
1 Tim 2:4/ 1 John 4:16/ Ps 25:8
16. God's anger is fierce and endures long
Num 32:13/ Num 25:4/ Jer 17:4
God's anger is slow and endures but for a minute
Ps 103:8/ Ps 30:5
17. God commands, approves of, and delights in burnt offerings,
sacrifices ,and holy days
Ex 29:36/ Lev 23:27/ Ex 29:18/ Lev 1:9
God disapproves of and has no pleasure in burnt offerings,
sacrifices, and holy days.
Jer 7:22/ Jer 6:20/ Ps 50:13,4/ Is 1:13,11,12
18. God accepts human sacrifices
2 Sam 21:8,9,14/ Gen 22:2/ Judg 11:30-32,34,38,39
God forbids human sacrifice
Deut 12:30,31
19. God tempts men
Gen 22:1/ 2 Sam 24:1/ Jer 20:7/ Matt 6:13
God tempts no man
James 1:13
20. God cannot lie
Heb 6:18
God lies by proxy; he sends forth lying spirits t deceive
2 Thes 2:11/ 1 Kings 22:23/ Ezek 14:9
21. Because of man's wickedness God destroys him
Gen 6:5,7
Because of man's wickedness God will not destroy him
Gen 8:21
22. God's attributes are revealed in his works.
Rom 1:20
God's attributes cannot be discovered
Job 11:7/ Is 40:28
23. There is but one God
Deut 6:4
There is a plurality of gods
Gen 1:26/ Gen 3:22/ Gen 18:1-3/ 1 John 5:7


When you have no understanding of the Bible, and when you pull verses out of contex, you can see how one can believe these are contradictions
Volunteer
 
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Reply Sun 3 Jun, 2007 11:42 am
@rugonnacry,
rugonnacry;18752 wrote:
Yes Kill all the commies. but why stop there? Kill all the jews and the gays, and the blacks and the... *** it Kill all none Aryans SEIG HEIL

For the people who seem to think everything I say (and i mean EVERYTHING) is NEVER filled with sarcasm, I will blatantly point out to you , that this statement is such.


rugonnacry;17564 wrote:
Do you believe in God? I assume you mean Christianitys version of a benevelant being. NO

If not what do you believe in? I believe in myself.

Religious affiliation? I call it christwiccatanism (christianity Wiccan and satanism *Not the devil worshipping kind)

Denomination? My own


RU,

I know you know everything I am saying, so you should know I am not really speaking to you but to those who are interacting with you thinking you may actually be in a debate with them vice being in a discussion to modify their perception in an attempt to corrupt their views and witness.

When you state your religion is as above, you state that you accept the word and ways of Satan. Those are your words not mine.

What does that say about your word or your stated motivation when you type your word?
rugonnacry
 
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Reply Sun 3 Jun, 2007 02:24 pm
@Volunteer,
Volunteer;18841 wrote:
RU,

I know you know everything I am saying, so you should know I am not really speaking to you but to those who are interacting with you thinking you may actually be in a debate with them vice being in a discussion to modify their perception in an attempt to corrupt their views and witness.

When you state your religion is as above, you state that you accept the word and ways of Satan. Those are your words not mine.

What does that say about your word or your stated motivation when you type your word?


There is a difference between satanism and Devil Worship. IN satanism there is NO belief that there is a Being Called Satan that is all evil and powerful.

What I take from satanism is the quoted passage "There is No god Greater than you to you"

I translate that is Lucifer (If a real being) is not greater than me either.
Volunteer
 
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Reply Sun 3 Jun, 2007 06:49 pm
@rugonnacry,
rugonnacry;18865 wrote:
There is a difference between satanism and Devil Worship. IN satanism there is NO belief that there is a Being Called Satan that is all evil and powerful.

What I take from satanism is the quoted passage "There is No god Greater than you to you"

I translate that is Lucifer (If a real being) is not greater than me either.


If you don't believe He'll just go away. Real smart.

I guess you'll find out who is greater.
Volunteer
 
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Reply Sun 3 Jun, 2007 06:53 pm
@rugonnacry,
rugonnacry;18865 wrote:
There is a difference between satanism and Devil Worship. IN satanism there is NO belief that there is a Being Called Satan that is all evil and powerful.

What I take from satanism is the quoted passage "There is No god Greater than you to you"

I translate that is Lucifer (If a real being) is not greater than me either.


Jude 1:8-10, "Nevertheless, these dreamers likewise defile their flesh, despise authority, and balspheme glorious beings. Yet Michael the archangel, when he was disputing with the Devil in a debate about Moses' body, did not dare bring an abusive condemnation against him, but said, "The Lord rebuke you! But these people blaspheme anything they don't understand, and what they know by instinct, like unreasoning animals-- they destroy themselves with these things."
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Campbell34
 
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Reply Tue 5 Jun, 2007 12:14 am
@Campbell34,
Campbell34;18839 wrote:
When you have no understanding of the Bible, and when you pull verses out of contex, you can see how one can believe these are contradictions


Just looking at the first two verses, it states God was pleased with what He made and then it states He was not pleased with what He had made, and this they call a counterdiction.
When God first made man he was good, because man did not use his free will to sin against God. Yet by the time we get to the sixth chapter man had made the decesion to turn from God, and this took place after God made the first statement. It is obvious that a change had occured. There is no counterdiction there, even if some out there want you to believe there is.
Man was good at the time God made the first statement, and remained good until he decided to sin against God afterwords. If you read the Bible in the proper context these apparent counterdictions simply vanish away.
Greatest I am cv
 
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Reply Wed 6 Jun, 2007 12:28 pm
@Campbell34,
Campbell34;19177 wrote:
Just looking at the first two verses, it states God was pleased with what He made and then it states He was not pleased with what He had made, and this they call a counterdiction.
When God first made man he was good, because man did not use his free will to sin against God. Yet by the time we get to the sixth chapter man had made the decesion to turn from God, and this took place after God made the first statement. It is obvious that a change had occured. There is no counterdiction there, even if some out there want you to believe there is.
Man was good at the time God made the first statement, and remained good until he decided to sin against God afterwords. If you read the Bible in the proper context these apparent counterdictions simply vanish away.


The Bible is the best road map to God.
Jesus the best guide.

Some contradictions do work out some do not.
Though shall not kill with though shall not suffer a witch to live, for one.

Regardless of the contradictions, the Bible was not meant to be read literally.
If you do then incest is almost immediate.
Not what God would plan. Right.

If you do not read the Bible literally then the Perfection of God and the Perfection of His systems shine through right up to today because as stated, nothing changes.

The world is as Perfect today as it was on day one.

Eve, bless Her, saved us from a life in the garden of ignorance and sent us to our duty of reproducing and learning of good and evil.

I don't want to screw up the op so I will end here.

Regards
DL
rugonnacry
 
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Reply Fri 8 Jun, 2007 06:55 pm
@Volunteer,
Volunteer;18926 wrote:
If you don't believe He'll just go away. Real smart.

I guess you'll find out who is greater.

HE's not there in the first place, so how can something that does not exist go away?
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rugonnacry
 
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Reply Fri 8 Jun, 2007 06:56 pm
@Campbell34,
Campbell34;19177 wrote:
Just looking at the first two verses, it states God was pleased with what He made and then it states He was not pleased with what He had made, and this they call a counterdiction.
When God first made man he was good, because man did not use his free will to sin against God. Yet by the time we get to the sixth chapter man had made the decesion to turn from God, and this took place after God made the first statement. It is obvious that a change had occured. There is no counterdiction there, even if some out there want you to believe there is.
Man was good at the time God made the first statement, and remained good until he decided to sin against God afterwords. If you read the Bible in the proper context these apparent counterdictions simply vanish away.



Your right Free will is bad.
 

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