Why are "christians" all the time forgetting judge not lest ye be judged?
That seems pretty literal to me and yet at the same time they are professing
literal interpretation of the bible (wonder which one bud chooses to take
his literal interpretation from) they are judging others in the next breath.
Now does that make any sense? Be an ax murderer all of your life and then say
you believe in God and accept Christ as your savior the last day of your life
and be forgiven ans accepted into heaven?
Like Judge Judy says "If it doesn't make sense it probably isn't true."
On Sat, 11 Nov 2006 23:00:47 GMT, email@example.com (beekeep) wrote:
well............not trying to offend anyone here, but a
thought............it makes a lot of sense in a western society that
would rather be given salvation than to have to earn it. for a
society that has instant everything, i guess you can have instant
So much of religion is interpretation.
My interpretation of "ask forgiveness" is to *do something about* those
acts that may require forgiveness.
It's not good enough to simply say, "I'm sorry". You have to do
something about it. If you're an axe murderer, you need to stop
murdering and take steps in order to redeem yourself. That effort
is supposed to be what gains your forgiveness.
I think this is one of the main differences between religion and
modern secularism that determines morality more as "social
A Godless society can get away passing the buck claiming one's
axe murdering tendencies are due to a father that didn't love
one enough or because one grew up in a poverty, crime ridden
Religion says *you* are at fault and redemption means *you* have
to do something about your condition to make it right.
At least that's my take on the meaning of forgiveness and redemption!
"Rammed??? I give up. no one here has the guts to take the
what they have done to me over my beliefs. "
Budd, honestly -- that's a little over the top. At the end of the day,
it's just words on a screen read and written by fat losers with too
much time on their hands.
Since someone else referenced Ben Franklin:
"The worst wheel of a cart makes the most noise."
Your wrong, Budd; I have read it cover to cover. Have you? I know you
haven't. If you did then you wouldn't make the statement that you believe
the Bible is the inerrant word of God. Actually read, then come back and
talk to me.
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