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I do not know ancient Egyptian laws, nor Druids or Saxons. A lie means to mislead someone deliberately.it is common sense.So, you accept that this was a lieThis idea comes from Moses.
Why should we trust anything else you say?
I do not know how to compare my referring to the mention of the bomb as a lie, to mentioning something as important as the wickedness of deliberate terminations on a vast scale, as also being a lie.The leading cause of death in the US last year was abortion.No it wasn't.
The leading cause of death was birth.
Arguably, the only cause of death is God.literal interpretation is not correct.OK, who gets to choose what interpretation is "correct"?
For far too long, the church was happy to say that the correct interpretation included burning witches and keeping slaves.
Maybe the Egyptians had such a law, it is common sense. Moses learned in the Pharaoh's courts. But the Europeans did not always get married, some cultures have uncles raising sons. Men in other cultures could have several wives. Romans had Mars and Jupiter... and for them the adopted son was the main son, the inheritor. What did the Druids or Saxons do? Even if they would marry of there sons and daughters, they could keep that practice after conversion, because it's in the law of Moses.if you make your girlfriend pregnant, you are obliged to marry her. This idea comes from Moses.That's a God-squad lie.
The idea predates Moses.
Charles 1948 mentioned the bomb.It was not the bomb that somehow gave us good lives.Nobody said it was.Christ Jesus revising the law, that is the Gospel in practice.OK, let's look at what the Gospel says
Matthew 5:17 et seq
Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil.
For assuredly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will by no means pass from the law till all is fulfilled.
OK, So the gospel says that Christ said that the old laws stay forever.
That's actually the gospel in practice.
But it's very common for so called Christians to seek to pretend otherwise.
I expect you are about to try to do it.
Please don't bother.
We can read.
We know what the gospel says.
And it's not progressive.
It was not the bomb that somehow gave us good lives.
Unless, you are female, gay, left handed, a slave, a foreigner, an atheist, a Jew, a Muslim, anyone who likes shellfish, a hairdresser ....
Why do you post such transparent nonsense?
What actually caused peace and prosperity was overthrowing those insane prejudices.
I think Carl Jung is the founder of Psychology and Freud the founder of Psychiatry.Supernatural things can be observed by rational minded people.Prove it.you cannot prove to a man with an experience that it is not real,People frequently do.
Every time someone points out that you made a mistake about something. "You didn't see a ghost, you saw a shadow of a tree".Psychology began with Jung and parapsychology.No.
Psychology- the study of the mind- began with the phrenologists.
who thought that you could identify traits from bumps on people's heads.
He was wrong.
But, prior to his work nobody had thought that you could actually study "The mind".
It was considered to be part of the spiritual world- madness was the ream of priests, not doctors.
That's the problem with classifying things as "supernatural" , it stops you actually thinking about them.
But then "it stops you thinking" is the usual purpose of religion.
Did you ever consider actually finding out some facts before posting?
Drinking wine and not hard liquor and in moderation in some churches is okay. Some say none at all.Sins are things like fornication, adultery*, anger**, murder, stealing, drug use*** and witch craft****, lust, gluttony, making up lies that harm, driving slaves, laziness... According to modern Christianity.
* caught in the act and defended by Jesus - "let him that is without sin cast the first stone"
** displayed by Jesus, frequently
*** remember the Feast of Cana? water into wine? What is the most dangerous, addictive drug you can think of?
**** miracles by another name
Clearly modern Christianity would consider that young rabbi to be thoroughly reprehensible.
The first century church formed the foundation, but is was built on a lot. So some medieval teachings on such as anger and witch craft, drug use were distorted. Some ideas were beyond the understanding of first century people. But since medieval times and with the enlightenment, the church has defined things well.According to modern Christianity.How is that different from Christianity as described in the New Testament?