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Douchebag Yahweh

God Says
Violence cleanses evil.
Bible Verse
Proverbs : yo
You Say
Torture is wrong.
Deming people and slavery is wrong-
The punishment should fit the crime.
Enslave your neighbors who worship other gods. Leviticus : '
Temporal crimes deserve eternal torture and punishment in hell. Matthew 13: :
People shouldn' t be murdered for
an the Sabbath You should kill people who work on the Sabbath.
Number, 15:
Equating children is wrong Eyed do not heat your children, you hate them. Proverbs was
Killing children ts wrong. Children who curse their parents should be killed. Exodus 21: 15, I?
The earth moves around through space. The earf. h is set on foundations. Jeremiah
Bow 21:
It is wrong to sell your daughter. You can sell your daughter. I even have rules should go about it,
Rape is acuire against the / R% mea who do not shout loud enough to be heard ‘smile
being raped .. be killed,
Women are equal members of society Women cannot teach or hold men. I Timothy 1: 12.
You are responsible for only your own
actions,
Modern medicine explains diseases. A. U: is the cause chillness. Matthew 9122
Jesus came not to bring peace but to pit family members other in defense of the is
faith.
Beware mammals. Wrong, Bats . Leviticus LLIW, my
Christianity is peaceful. Wrong. Jesus did not bring peace. : 34
That is in the stament" Correct and it still applies according to Jesus. Matthew 5.:
Rape is not the fault of the victim. :
Even innocent children inherit the sins. of their ancestors- Exodus so; -no
Give were a chance.
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#1 - halor (03/28/2013) [+] (1 reply)
something tells me this is going to become highly relevant
#16 - combatplatypus (03/29/2013) [+] (5 replies)
You could a thing or two from Jimmy here.
#8 - mattdoggy ONLINE (03/29/2013) [+] (8 replies)
1. Proverbs was written by men as a book of songs and praises. Like a music book basically, not directly word from God.    
2. Slavery then wasn't what it is now. It was like having a worker in your home, not a person in chains. Also they let them all go every few years, usually however the slaves would beg to stay and be considered part of the family. Not relevant do to New testament   
3. This verse doesn't say that it says it will throw that which causes men to fall into sin into hell. Also God doesn't send people to hell. It is their choice to accept God who will take care of them, or be without God and join Satan who hates God and mankind because God loves us. Hell is really just eternal separation from God   
4. This was a cultural law designed to keep the old covenant sacred. Things like not touching pigs, not mixing fabric, and not trimming the edges of your beard were used to keep the Jews separate and noticeably different than their neighbors and keep them clean. It was a simple law, no work on the day or rest, and by breaking it he endangered the people to dessert raiders who were a serious threat during this time. He could have killed them all because he wanted fire wood and was to lazy to gather it at different times. Also not relevant do to new testament   
5. Songbook, same as 1.   
6. This isn't referring to "i hate you mom and dad", this is talking about people who's kids violently attack them. Cursing didn't mean swearing back then, but had a more vile wish for someones death, and usually was accompanied by action. Is not relevant do to new testament    
7. Doesn't say that, it says basically if we can measure and understand every inch of space and earth (not possible for us to be omnipotent) then he would forsake man (basically saying he's got our back)   
8. Slavery was a different thing then, not like it is now, it's more like being a cleaning person would be now. Mainly this verse is saying you can't sell someone else's daughter to foreigners, only to her family.
1. Proverbs was written by men as a book of songs and praises. Like a music book basically, not directly word from God.
2. Slavery then wasn't what it is now. It was like having a worker in your home, not a person in chains. Also they let them all go every few years, usually however the slaves would beg to stay and be considered part of the family. Not relevant do to New testament
3. This verse doesn't say that it says it will throw that which causes men to fall into sin into hell. Also God doesn't send people to hell. It is their choice to accept God who will take care of them, or be without God and join Satan who hates God and mankind because God loves us. Hell is really just eternal separation from God
4. This was a cultural law designed to keep the old covenant sacred. Things like not touching pigs, not mixing fabric, and not trimming the edges of your beard were used to keep the Jews separate and noticeably different than their neighbors and keep them clean. It was a simple law, no work on the day or rest, and by breaking it he endangered the people to dessert raiders who were a serious threat during this time. He could have killed them all because he wanted fire wood and was to lazy to gather it at different times. Also not relevant do to new testament
5. Songbook, same as 1.
6. This isn't referring to "i hate you mom and dad", this is talking about people who's kids violently attack them. Cursing didn't mean swearing back then, but had a more vile wish for someones death, and usually was accompanied by action. Is not relevant do to new testament
7. Doesn't say that, it says basically if we can measure and understand every inch of space and earth (not possible for us to be omnipotent) then he would forsake man (basically saying he's got our back)
8. Slavery was a different thing then, not like it is now, it's more like being a cleaning person would be now. Mainly this verse is saying you can't sell someone else's daughter to foreigners, only to her family.
#40 - tankthefrank (03/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
>Posts this on FunnyJunk
>Under the column "You Say": Women are equal members of society.

>FJ's face when
#3 - sanguinesolitude (03/28/2013) [-]
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#10 - stickandmove (03/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
People wrote the bible.
People wrote the bible.
#108 - masterchiefawesome (03/29/2013) [+] (3 replies)
hey you, yeah you. The one reading this. Do you REALLY wanna scroll down? do you REALLY think that's a good idea?
User avatar #11 - thepyras (03/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
You're that guy who sits at the back of the class and tries to engage in the reading discussion despite having never read the book, aren't you, OP? If you had actually read any of these with their surrounding text or with any knowledge of their historical background you would realize how idiotic this post is. Aside from that, it's a post that was on the frontpage yesterday.
#80 - highfocus (03/29/2013) [+] (1 reply)
seriously, who cares about this 						****
seriously, who cares about this ****
User avatar #9 - beren (03/29/2013) [-]
You are literally the worst form of scum imaginable, OP. "Oh, let's just see how many half-truths I can post just to piss people off! Yeah, Christians are either terrible or stupid people, and I'll show you all these completely out of context one-liners to irrevocably prove that to everyone on the internet!!!"

Seriously, dude. Stahp.
User avatar #19 - faithrider (03/29/2013) [-]
15-20 verses taken out of context...
User avatar #5 - traelos ONLINE (03/28/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Damn those Jews, good thing Jesus came along and cancelled out all of those except like 2.
User avatar #6 to #5 - theblastradius (03/28/2013) [-]
You didn't read the last one, did you?
#89 - anonymous (03/29/2013) [+] (16 replies)
As an atheist - I couldn't care less what the bible says. You know, hence the atheism bit. What's the point of so-called atheists spending time worrying about what religious texts say? might as well put "amen" on the end and be a christian. As for moral codes and who's "better" or "worse", i know both religious and non-religious assholes, and again, religious and non-religious people who are awesome. My point is why do people get all heated over this sorta stuff? I don't care about the contents of the bible because i don't believe, that's not to say i have a distaste for anyone that does... To me that sounds simple, but looking at these ********** that constantly plague funnyjunk, clearly not.
#94 to #89 - teranin ONLINE (03/29/2013) [-]
this isn't an atheism post, it's a post about subjective cultural morality, and how things that were obviously horrible were stated to be good by this "yahweh" character, therefore he cannot be infallable, therefore the book must be fiction whether you believe or don't, therefore why would you alter your life based on this book?   
   
It's as stupid as living your life based on things said by voldemort in harry potter. The people who get heated are generally the ones who think the book is infallable, and my purpose in posting this was to hopefully convince maybe even one person to ask some questions about that presupposed infallability.
this isn't an atheism post, it's a post about subjective cultural morality, and how things that were obviously horrible were stated to be good by this "yahweh" character, therefore he cannot be infallable, therefore the book must be fiction whether you believe or don't, therefore why would you alter your life based on this book?

It's as stupid as living your life based on things said by voldemort in harry potter. The people who get heated are generally the ones who think the book is infallable, and my purpose in posting this was to hopefully convince maybe even one person to ask some questions about that presupposed infallability.
#95 - thefatmenace (03/29/2013) [+] (14 replies)
Look up these citations that the poster talks about. Each one of these go either by the direct translation rather then the meaning or are complete ******** . Funny how pissed off atheists get by Christians using exact word-to-word quotations from the Bible but then they turn and piss off the Christians who take the meaning from the Bible rather then the words.
#100 to #95 - teranin ONLINE (03/29/2013) [-]
You... are aware that this is not an atheism post? obviously all books ever written are open to an individual's interpretation, however due to the subjective nature of such interpretations can it really be suggested that god's morality is absolute, and that one must therefore live their life by that morality? This post has nothing to do with telling people to be atheists or to say that the bible is truth, it's only discussing the fact that morality is subjective and as such so is the bible. More about hating on people who cherry-pick **** from the book to try to force on others as absolute word of god without taking the whole thing that way, and to a degree attempting to demonstrate the fictitious nature of the book itself.
#55 - recoveryone (03/29/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Well Sherlock, generally when a book exists for 2000+ years, and has a profound effect on people, it will be revised by people in power to assist with their own agenda and beliefs. Similar to how a rumor is spread around a school, something mildly interesting happens, gets spread around, then it's totally different then what actually occurred. Except the Bible has been doing this for 2000+ years, and translated into different languages.
#57 to #55 - teranin ONLINE (03/29/2013) [-]
interesting that you would sarcastically call me Sherlock and then say that the Bible has been repeatedly altered to suit those in power, likening it to a twisted game of telephone.  Certainly things may have been lost in translations, but a great deal of effort has gone into retaining it as is across the millenia. We can easily look at copies of the bible from the 3rd century AD and compare them to the bible, in the same language, from the 14th century AD and show that they are virtually identical.  Also, with the advent of the printing press in the 1500s, the bible's content has remained unchanged since the device has been used to copy it precisely.    
   
I don't really know where you were trying to go with your conspiracy theory which holds little bearing in reality, but if it was to try and disprove this content, you're going to need to show some solid evidence of just how drastic these alleged alterations have been, and where they are within the text,  as the book being referenced in this image is the book that has been used as christian holy scripture for at least 500 years, to the letter.
interesting that you would sarcastically call me Sherlock and then say that the Bible has been repeatedly altered to suit those in power, likening it to a twisted game of telephone. Certainly things may have been lost in translations, but a great deal of effort has gone into retaining it as is across the millenia. We can easily look at copies of the bible from the 3rd century AD and compare them to the bible, in the same language, from the 14th century AD and show that they are virtually identical. Also, with the advent of the printing press in the 1500s, the bible's content has remained unchanged since the device has been used to copy it precisely.

I don't really know where you were trying to go with your conspiracy theory which holds little bearing in reality, but if it was to try and disprove this content, you're going to need to show some solid evidence of just how drastic these alleged alterations have been, and where they are within the text, as the book being referenced in this image is the book that has been used as christian holy scripture for at least 500 years, to the letter.
User avatar #45 - davisdamen (03/29/2013) [+] (4 replies)
i feel like some of these are taken out of context or need to be read beyond these simplifications
for example, Proverbs 13: 24 "Those who spare the rod of discipline hate their children. Those who love their children care enough to discipline them." (New Living Translation) doesn't say you need to beat your children, just discipline them in general
"but davis, it clearly says you need to use a rod when disciplining your kids", unless you want to take it literally, i believe the rod is just a metaphor for some kind of punishment (be that spanking, grounding, lecturing, etc....)
#53 to #45 - curses (03/29/2013) [-]
Taken out of Context?
www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Exodus+21%3A15-17&version=KJV

And he that smiteth his father, or his mother, shall be surely put to death.

Lets see. He who hits his father or mother shall be surely put to death.

Hmm WHAT could that mean? Hmmmmmm What on earth could that mean?

This is what Christians go on. They act like "YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO READ IT!111" when it's written quite clearly.

Same goes for this line.

And he that curseth his father, or his mother, shall surely be put to death.

It's all there in black and white. Only a retard would read it in a different way. It's Christians who take the bible out of context these days because it's so violent and brutal that they need to make it nicer.
User avatar #39 - blackrunner (03/29/2013) [-]
So what? Are you implying that norms and values changed over the course of history?
That's blashphemy!
User avatar #69 - ctenop (03/29/2013) [-]
I have a (black) friend, she goes to a gospel church. She even said they don't focus to much on scriptures, they just have fun, make everyone happy, sing and dance, and try to have a good life? This is my idea of my Ethical system, having learnt in Ethics and Philosophy for years, I just think "Meh, try and be nice to people, try and be a good person, nothing really in my mind is wrong, just try and apply utilitarianism to it :) "
#58 - LtMcG (03/29/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Reading the Bible literally . . .

It's not a history book
#83 - heyimmalk ONLINE (03/29/2013) [-]
I was raised Catholic. When My friend asked the Father about specific parts of Genesis, he told us it was "just a story." He said it was made up to try and help us get a better understanding of what happened. Who's to say that isn't true about the whole Bible?   
   
I know I'm still a Christian, but overly-religious people make it hard to stay Christian when all they do is try to shove their beliefs down your throat. They make it hard to believe that God, who created man in his likeness, would have created such awful people who claim to be doing his works.   
   
Any time I see a religion post I just feel like it's sole purpose is to cause a 						*********					.
I was raised Catholic. When My friend asked the Father about specific parts of Genesis, he told us it was "just a story." He said it was made up to try and help us get a better understanding of what happened. Who's to say that isn't true about the whole Bible?

I know I'm still a Christian, but overly-religious people make it hard to stay Christian when all they do is try to shove their beliefs down your throat. They make it hard to believe that God, who created man in his likeness, would have created such awful people who claim to be doing his works.

Any time I see a religion post I just feel like it's sole purpose is to cause a ********* .
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