View Poll Results: Is the Bible literal of not?
- 46. You may not vote on this poll
Yes, spilling even grass seed is bad
No, aside from God birthin Jesus without need for the nasty, it's broad lessons and such
Thread: The Bible: literal or no?
10/25/2005 11:31am, #41
"Okay... One word question for you: Dinosaur. How does that fit into your little scheme of life? Lemmy strap myself in here..."
"Dinosaur fossils? God put those there to test our faith!"
"... I think God put YOU here to test MY faith, man"
10/25/2005 11:32am, #42
10/25/2005 11:39am, #43Originally Posted by loki09789
The Christ had to be a perfect human being, and could not have perfection if he came into being with the seed of man, due to Adam's fall in the garden. The old sin nature is perpetuated by the man (knowing vs. being tricked). Besides, families run with the mother in Jewish tradition, and Mary was from the tribe of Judah, directly decendent from David.
10/25/2005 11:40am, #44Originally Posted by Ronin
10/25/2005 11:54am, #45
10/25/2005 11:54am, #46
10/25/2005 12:09pm, #47
I voted yes becasue I would like stone people that plant 2 different crops in their fields.
10/25/2005 12:30pm, #48Originally Posted by TheManchu
10/25/2005 12:33pm, #49
You have to be an idiot of the highest order to think it's literal, I hope this is some kind of plot to figure out who voted "literal" so they can be banned.
10/25/2005 12:39pm, #50
Originally Posted by Cullion
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- Jun 2005
They opened themselves up to the lions when Christians proclaimed themselves as separate from Jews. Jews were protected by Roman Law and didn't have to participate in certain Roman holidays in deferance to their religious beliefs.
When Christians separated, any refusal to participate was treason.