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#21 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 05/29/2014 on Amazing Locations #3 +12
#30 - supersnake Comment deleted by exploiterguyone
#71 - the first largest excavated hole (just out of frame) 05/28/2014 on Amazing Locations #1 +37
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#93 - First off, thank you for bringing up objections inquisitively … 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#83 - Furthermore, the Christian who actually believes the bible bel…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
User avatar #85 - GamerMandrew (05/12/2014) [-]
He didn't change what was written. He referenced a different verse that contradicted the first, then chose what to believe.
#93 - exploiterguyone (05/12/2014) [-]
First off, thank you for bringing up objections inquisitively and not condescendingly. I really appreciate someone conceding as much as you have for the sake of argument. It gets tiring to try and explain the bible to someone whose immediate reaction is to tip their fedora and say "well, I'm glad you wrote that, but too bad God doesn't exist."

Part of my point is that the second verse was not contradictory to the first at all- Given the scriptures, the determination of homosexual acts as immoral was not a human judgement, but a judgement of God. Furthermore, the second verse in context, is actually about hypocrisy. Jesus goes on to say "for whatever measure you use will also be measured against you." So if you are a thief, don't lecture people about stealing, etc.

My original point was that taken out of context, the original quote would be simply absurd, lead to societal degeneration if followed, and would gain the respect of no sane man. While it is true that God does the judging (thank goodness...), the Bible-believing Christian holds that it is their responsibility to minister to the world the salvation through Christ and be honest and informed about what the bible has to say.
#81 - I'm saying that if you take things out of context, then you ha… 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#73 - *stealing 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#72 - No, I'm defending that homosexual acts, among others such as s…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post 0
#98 - anonymous (05/12/2014) [-]
Personally, the most biblically honest stance on homosexuality I've heard came from a rap song, of all places. Some no-name Christian rapper, cannot remember specifically.

His stance was that homosexuality was a sin, but we should remember that everybody sins. Everybody struggles with their own sins; whether it be homosexuality, straight lust, greed, anger whatever, everybody sins. We are born sinful, and to struggle with sin is human, so a homosexual is no different.

All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.
#73 - exploiterguyone (05/12/2014) [-]
*stealing
#53 - This is really asinine. If that were all Jesus meant, "do…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/12/2014 on Another fucking Tumblr post +5
User avatar #74 - GamerMandrew (05/12/2014) [-]
I'm confused... Are you mad that there is an open minded Christian that looks at multiple versions of the bible and concludes his own analysis, and chose what to believe on his own?
#83 - exploiterguyone (05/12/2014) [-]
Furthermore, the Christian who actually believes the bible believes that they don't have the authority to change what is written, and so it does make me angry that people are remaking christianity in their own image, and still calling it christianity. My response to them is "by what standard?"

not to say that I am the say all, end all, but that there are issues within the church that ought to be discussed in the light of scripture before people run off half-cocked.
User avatar #85 - GamerMandrew (05/12/2014) [-]
He didn't change what was written. He referenced a different verse that contradicted the first, then chose what to believe.
#93 - exploiterguyone (05/12/2014) [-]
First off, thank you for bringing up objections inquisitively and not condescendingly. I really appreciate someone conceding as much as you have for the sake of argument. It gets tiring to try and explain the bible to someone whose immediate reaction is to tip their fedora and say "well, I'm glad you wrote that, but too bad God doesn't exist."

Part of my point is that the second verse was not contradictory to the first at all- Given the scriptures, the determination of homosexual acts as immoral was not a human judgement, but a judgement of God. Furthermore, the second verse in context, is actually about hypocrisy. Jesus goes on to say "for whatever measure you use will also be measured against you." So if you are a thief, don't lecture people about stealing, etc.

My original point was that taken out of context, the original quote would be simply absurd, lead to societal degeneration if followed, and would gain the respect of no sane man. While it is true that God does the judging (thank goodness...), the Bible-believing Christian holds that it is their responsibility to minister to the world the salvation through Christ and be honest and informed about what the bible has to say.
#81 - exploiterguyone (05/12/2014) [-]
I'm saying that if you take things out of context, then you have no authority to use them as "this is what the bible says," because you aren't measuring by the same standard you're taking from. This also applies to racism, anti-semitism, slavery (the first-century anti-poverty program of working off debt was a lot different than American slavery), homophobia (all people are made in the image of God, so being born in a particular condition has no bearing on your salvation, which is a direct result of your personal choices in life according to the scriptures) and the like.

There's an old joke about a man who committed suicide because he was flipping through the bible and came to the part of the Gospel where Judas hangs himself. He flips forward to where Jesus tells his disciples "now go and do the same"


TL;DR I think it's irresponsible scholarship and can lead to many of the issues that the church is kicking itself for today.
#61 - places (05/12/2014) [-]
Are you defending homosexuals being put to death? Because that in itself is pretty detestable.
#72 - exploiterguyone (05/12/2014) [-]
No, I'm defending that homosexual acts, among others such as staling, perjury, other forms of sexual immorality, and other sins, are worthy of the penalty of death in the sense that "the wages of sin is death," but that the regenerate christian has the opportunity to die in his sinful nature, but retain everlasting life in his spiritual nature. According to Paul's letter to the Galatians, "if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has gone, and the new has come." The flesh will still be fault to fleshly desires, but we are redeemed of our sins by Christ's sacrifice.

Think about it this way: Jesus saying that if your hand causes you to sin, cut it off. Now, sin comes from and attitude of the heart (not talking biology, but you get my point). So to follow christ, you must remove your heart (die in your sinful self) and be reborn into new life with the Holy Spirit inside of you.
#98 - anonymous (05/12/2014) [-]
Personally, the most biblically honest stance on homosexuality I've heard came from a rap song, of all places. Some no-name Christian rapper, cannot remember specifically.

His stance was that homosexuality was a sin, but we should remember that everybody sins. Everybody struggles with their own sins; whether it be homosexuality, straight lust, greed, anger whatever, everybody sins. We are born sinful, and to struggle with sin is human, so a homosexual is no different.

All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.
#73 - exploiterguyone (05/12/2014) [-]
*stealing
User avatar #60 - leonhardt (05/12/2014) [-]
"Thou Shalt not Kill" was one of the biggest rules in the Bible, though.
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