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Bible contradiction proof + Citations
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[quote:AlmustKnowe:MV8xODE2MzI3XzMwMjM0Nzc1XzFBOUMxMENC] [quote:Reiz:MV8xODE2MzI3XzMwMjM0Njk1Xzg1REQ1Nzcy] [quote:AlmustKnowe:MV8xODE2MzI3XzMwMjM0NTA3X0I4NTczMzRF] [quote:Reiz:MV8xODE2MzI3XzMwMjM0NDA1XzU3OUIzODU1] [quote:AlmustKnowe:MV8xODE2MzI3XzMwMjM0MzQ0XzQxQkZEQjQy] [quote:Shogu666:MV8xODE2MzI3XzMwMjM0MjY3X0VCNDI4MjRE] [quote:AlmustKnowe:MV8xODE2MzI3XzMwMjM0MTQ3X0RCMzI1RTk2] Bah, I was going to argue how full of holes this video is and how its does nothing but show how uneducated the creator is of the bible, but alas I am to lazy to type everything out. I will point this out though, the first thing he mentions that the bible says no one has seen god yet Abraham and Moses have, ect. This is not the case, if he had actually read the passages he misquoted he would have found none of these people actually 'Saw' god. In the case of Moses, he had to hide behind a rock in god's presence for if he had looked upon god he would have died. Or how about when Moses had to talk to the burning bush? Was god there? Yes! But he wasn't there as what HE really is. That is the point I think many of you are missing when you fail to inform yourself by reading things in context but instead pick a few words out of a verse. God in all his splendor and glory cannot be seen, but god in a bush or in any form that we may understand can be seen because it is not what all of what HE is. [/quote] (Genesis 12: 7) The LORD [b]appeared to Abram[/b] and said, "To your offspring I will give this land." So he built an altar there to the LORD, who had appeared to him. Failed christiantard is fail. [/quote] Please people, for the love of all that is good, read your damn bibles before commenting. Would you comment on an electrical schematic and try to prove how its wrong without first knowing something about the system? Probably not, because the engineer would laugh at you. [/quote] With all due respect to everyone... I did actually provide videos that have citations in them way back on the first page. S far it appears that almost every christian response I've gotten back embodies the exact mentality displayed in the context video which I will now repost here even though I know in ll likelyhood few will watch it because tehy already think they know the answers: [youtube]http://youtu.be/PK7P7uZFf5o[/youtube] [/quote] Hey OP had you actually read my post you would have known I watched the video. I'm out, I can't get dragged into another one of these. [/quote] Doesn't change the fact that no one seems t care about the context of the [i]good[/i] things now does it? Only the stuff that makes it look bad. I meanI could take some of the good stuff, make some context, and make it sound bad. Like lets say "the Meek will inherit the earth" Well I cold easily say that the meek are those who never ever questioned the authority of God and thus are those who were never killed, damned, etc. which basically means they're just the ones who were willing beaten down slaves. I could also say that the meek are those who held their tongues and were not boisterous about their works and boisterous about their faith and just kept to themselves amidst all the hatred around them. And thus the meek are the very balanced, peaceful people whom inherit the earth after all the rest are gone. Two interpretations of the same thing. One good nd one bad. And you can do this with literally any part of the bible, turn it good or bad with interpretation. S why is it that no one cares about the stuff that sounds good at first glance but all the bad at fist glance stuff is open to interpretation? the answer is quite simple, the supposed christian only wants to feel a sense of self confidence and superiority. That's why all the bad stuff is selected for and "interpreted" as being good whereas the good stuff is just acccepted without question. The pattern of behavior I see here pretty well backs that up. Although not from everyone, there's been a couple "meeks" amongst the crowd here that no one seemed to notice for the most part. [/quote] If one reads the bible with a heart of evil they will see evil for those are the glasses they are wearing. [/quote]
I got this video sent to me and thought it was hilarious and probably true. I personally do not own a bible and so cannot check the citations that run along the bottom of the screen but hey if you do I'd love to hear the results.
Yeah I'm still labeling this thread as "proof" because religions in general contradict themselves all the time. Like... talking a lot about love except hating all those who disagree with them so it would not surprise me at all to find that the Bible which was patched together over something like 3000-5000 years by something like 50-100 different authors would have more than a few contradictions. That's just logical.
Bring on the bad karma, judging people on this site based on a little coloured bar in the corner is just plain ludicrous anyways.
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