posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 11:01 PM
reply to post by cognoscente
Ok, if there is no false interpretation of the bible, then the mistranslations are correct and how I view the character who God tolled to kill the
mans own son literaly God Tempting a Man With Sin just as I view it?
I may be a christian but I am slowly turning my back and I already know everything is much deeper then the bible says.
-----God told a man to kill his son, tempting him to commit sin. God says he will never tempt a man with sin. Which makes these 'words of God simple
-And as he was about to kill his son, God saw that he would obey him, and shouted Stop! just before the man struck his son.
It is not
ignorance to question God in any way. It's ignorance to obey the words in the bible blindly, even the words of the bible explain
that we are not to be ignorant.
Also I notice a trend in the bible. The earlier in the bible, the earlier in the bible, the more extreme miracles we see, firther on and into the new
testiment, the most amazing we read about is storms quieting and men being risen from the dead. People are risen from the dead to this day.
If God is the same yesterday, today and forever, then how come these miracles are not? Human was just as blind and ignorant back then. The only
difference is technology.
[edit on 11-10-2008 by Scarcer]