View Poll Results: Is the Bible literal of not?
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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?
10/24/2005 11:23pm, #1
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The Bible: literal or no?
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10/24/2005 11:30pm, #2
Well, taken literally, it's bullshit, so your only hope is to take it figuratively.
10/25/2005 12:49am, #3
Of course it's literal. Dude, I create matter all the time. The laws of science? Don't listen to them.
Last edited by MEGA JESUS-SAMA; 10/25/2005 12:52am at .
10/25/2005 12:55am, #4
What has science ever done for anybody, anyhow?
10/25/2005 1:10am, #5
The second is the joke option, right? The virgin birth was probably a translation mistake. Ironic, isn't it?There are no wrong threats, only wrong answers. (Strategy game truism)
10/25/2005 1:12am, #6
if all of the events in the bible could actually happen, what would the world be like?
10/25/2005 1:24am, #7
Why do people insist on referring to miracles as something that has to be a super natural occurance? The word comes from wonder and that is just something which inspires awe. If God is perfect and made the world/universe/natural laws, then why would he feel the need step in personally?
Stop being gay everyone.
I think a better pole would be:
Which is more correcter?
5. Other, please explain
10/25/2005 8:13am, #8
5) None, as all religious works are more or less equally incorrect.
10/25/2005 8:50am, #9Originally Posted by MEGA JESUS-SAN
10/25/2005 8:55am, #10