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#66 - 2scared2login (03/15/2014) [-]
Poe's law, man. One can't be sure.
Although I would expect religious propaganda to be better produced than this.
#47 - skrynox (03/15/2014) [-]
That's the Old Testament, those were the rules to live by back then.
Yes they were harsh. I don't necessarily agree with stoning children who rebuttal to their parents or stoning an adulterer, but those were the times THEN.
After Jesus died on the cross he freed us from original sin and we were made new.
So the Old Testament rules no longer apply in most areas as the New Testament replaced them.
#48 - theplogyr (03/15/2014) [-]
No, it wasn't like that back then. Learn some ancient history, people were civilized and had decent laws heading in the right direction way before the plague of Abarhamism came into being. And no, the NT doesn't replace the OT, nowhere does it say that. Plus, it's first grade logic that, if this were true, the parts that no longer apply would've just been removed from the Bible. The presence of the OT in the Bible implies that it's still valid (if you start talking about historical relevancy and how it completes the Christian mythos because it contains information about the Genesis, Exodus etc. fine, then remove the Leviticus and Deuteronomy as I fail to say any "historical" information there.)
#60 - everyziggy (03/15/2014) [-]
I have no clue what you are talking about with the whole "plague of Abarhamism" but the Abrahamic laws of the time were pretty much on par with the laws the rest of the world were following at the time. They all followed the basic eye for an eye model set up by the Sumerians.
#49 - skrynox (03/15/2014) [-]
Okay maybe I worded it wrong and confused you, but I didn't mean that the entire OT was nullified, as some of it can still apply in today's society (Not much though).
In the Gospel of Matthew Jesus stated after having been resurrected, "Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them"
Meaning that the rules had been followed and they had been completed. The Bible says we are under the New Covenant after Jesus died, so the NT is like the Rulebook2.0.
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