How can your beliefs not allow others to do as they choose? Who the hell
are you to tell others what they can and can't say?
You're in effect saying that you must be allowed to pontificate any belief
you desire, and everyone else MUST accept it as fact.
I've never said this before, but hey - first time for everything. Budd,
Now go play the wounded victim, and tell me how shocked you are.
Religous/moral beliefs always seem to end up in two extreme and
opposite forms of action.
At one extreme, dealing with say a bona fide Nazi: "I personally
don't belief in your position that the Jews are the cause of all
the worlds problems and belong in extermination camps, but that's
just my opinion and you're perfectly free to believe and act on
those beliefs as long as you don't negatively impact me".
At the other extreme we have current radical Islam, or pretty much
the same thing a few hundreds of years ago via Christianity (e.g.
Crusades, Protestant-Catholic wars, etc., etc.): "God demands I do
something about the immoral infidel, so I cut off your head. God
It's not always easy to find that balance of action that true
following of a belief system demands. Too much action and you
become a dangerous zealot, with not enough, you become nothing
more than a shill.
I believe that since much of the Bible is symbolic, there is no such
thing as the "literal interpretation". Actually, since literal isn't
interprted, and interpreting something isn't literal, you can't have
one of them.
Which version is correct? American Standard, New International, King
James, Revised King James, or some other version? They can't all be
As a Mormon, I believe that the Book of Mormon is scripture, also. So,
I don't agree with your biblical inerrancy.
Yes, I'm tolerant of you. Believe what you want. When it's all said
and done I'll come down and visit you once in awhile.
Christopher A. Young
You can't shout down a troll.
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