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Bible following women how can you follow something that represses you?.

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posted on Jul, 20 2014 @ 07:21 PM
a reply to: InTheLight

Why thank you InTheLight. Was wondering when you were going to return to this thread.

Thanks again,

posted on Jul, 20 2014 @ 07:46 PM

Bible following women how can you follow something that represses you?

The Old Testament I don't bother with.
The New Testament I stick to what Jesus said.
'Love God and Love Neighbor'. Good advice.

posted on Jul, 21 2014 @ 07:53 AM

Nietzsche considered Jesus’ teachings to be "unnatural".
Nietzsche, nineteenth century philosopher, has many criticisms of Jesus and Christianity, even going so far as to style himself as The Anti-Christ. In Human, All Too Human, and Twilight of the Idols for example, Nietzsche accuses the Church's and Jesus' teachings as being anti-natural in their treatment of passions, in particularly sexuality: "There [In the Sermon on the Mount] it is said, for example, with particular reference to sexuality: 'If thy eye offend thee, pluck it out.' Fortunately, no Christian acts in accordance with this precept[19]... the Christian who follows that advice and believes he has killed his sensuality is deceiving himself: it lives on in an uncanny vampire form and torments in repulsive disguises."[20] Nietzsche does explicitly consider Jesus as a mortal, and furthermore as ultimately misguided, the antithesis of a true hero, whom he posits with his concept of a Dionysian hero.

It would appear most Christians do not follow Jesus' teachings to the letter. So, this gives me hope that Christians take the Bible and Jesus' teachings as only guidance as it may or may not apply to their path.

posted on Jul, 22 2014 @ 01:07 AM
Jesus is the only character in the Bible who does not discriminate women in the discipleship...

Most of the Bible did. I cherry pick the Bible because some of it is bad stuff

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