posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 10:37 AM
People often quote the bible to claim that homosexuality is a crime. But what will happen if we was still strictly following the Biblic ancients laws
Here is a little review of this probability :
I would wish to sell my daughter as maidservant, such as it is indicated in the book of the Exodus, chapter 21, verse 7.
In you're opinion, what is the best price ?
Lévitique also, chapter 25, verse 44, say that I can have of the slaves, men or women, provided that they are bought in close nations. A friend
affirms that this is applicable to the Mexicans, but not with Canadian. Could you inform me on this point? Why can't I have Canadian slaves?
I have a neighbor who makes a point of working saturdays. The Exodus, chapter 35, verse 2, clearly known as which it must be condemned to death. I
am obliged to kill it myself? Could you relieve me of this awkward question in an unspecified manner?
Another thing: Lévitique, chapter 21, verse 18, known as which one cannot approach the furnace bridge of God if there are problems of sight. I need
glasses for reading. Does my vision have to be of 100%? Would it be possible to re-examine this requirement with the fall?
A last council. My uncle does not only respect known as Lévitique, chapter 19, verse 19, by planting two different types of culture in the same
field, just as his wife who wears the clothing made of various fabrics, cotton and polyester. Is it necessary to go until the end of the embarrassing
procedure to bring together all the inhabitants of the village to lapidate my uncle and my aunt, like prescribes it Lévitique, chapter 24, verse 10 to
16? One could not rather burn them sharp during a simple deprived family meeting, as that is done with those which sleep with close relations, such
as it is indicated in the crowned book, chapter 20, verse 14?
I entrust fully to your assistance