01 May '17 18:31>1 edit
Originally posted by Rajk999And it seems to me obsessing over such is not life fulfilling. Especially since all that eating proscription is 100% written by men and never inspired by a god.
It would be interesting to see what Christians perceive to be meaning of these expressions used by Paul and the Apostles pertaining to milk and meat:
[quote]1Co_3:2 I have fed you with milk, and not with meat: for hitherto ye were not able to bear it, neither yet now are ye able.
Heb_5:12 For when for the time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need t ...[text shortened]... growing in in the meat [righteousness and good works] is actively discouraged, almost forbidden.
Originally posted by sonshipyes, the apologists bear in. A couple of sentences in the bible followed by page after page of apologist literature, reams of it no doubt written in total to rationalize away that difficult perverse passage.
[b] Does Leviticus 27 Teach that Women are Worth Less than Men?
Originally posted by sonhouseSince you worship at the altar of science, you could answer with some handy apologetics of your own now.
yes, the apologists bear in. A couple of sentences in the bible followed by page after page of apologist literature, reams of it no doubt written in total to rationalize away that difficult perverse passage.
How do your apologists react to stories of god tests, like Ab almost killing his son? Since your god has the attribute of omniscience, would have kn ...[text shortened]... the other bogus tests in the bible.
Seems they don't think through their plots very well, eh.