posted on Apr, 10 2010 @ 10:53 PM
reply to post by endtimer
The no credence statement is to make it clear that my response is dispassionate.
You follow with an interpretation (yours) of the verses I quoted.
I merely chose to point out that:
a) The book clearly quotes "God" as stating each soul will die for its sins.
This rebuts your statement that a murder may be washed clean of his sin and enter heaven.
b) Directly contradicts that we are born into sin (the now almost obligatory christian standpoint)
This in turn leads to the question, for me at least, of legitimacy when discussing the factual authenticity of the aforementioned text.
Hence my post.
I have no dispute with your faith, whatever gets you through the day is cool with me.
I do however have an annoying habit of wanting to point out inconsistency and contradictions.
Maybe I'm playing the role a "God" ordained for me, or maybe I'm just an a*hole.
That's for others to judge.