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Charlize

A good biblical defense

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VickySGV

Sorry to say this Charlize, but I have yet to find a single person this really worked on. It is great entertainment and certainly a fantasy of every one of us who has been the victim of assault with a Bible, but IRL a Pile Driver will not get this into them and may damage the Pile Driver if you try.

I tried it one time, (not the Pile Driver) and got hit with the old blasphemy routine and damn near a set of fists. Living well and open and happy is the best defense and offense that we can ordinarily take. Better yet, take 'em out for a Lobster dinner!!

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Guest Melissa~

I have to say based on my own upbringing and family there is absolutely no resolution. The fact is I have to do my thing...and I can state the facts, but its really not worth the effort...I'm pretty non-confrontational. The only issues arise when I need to go to court to get something done, and I have 100% record on doing just that.

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Charlize

Are shellfish clean? Maybe just bacon and eggs. I am fortunate to have never gone round and round with any thumpers. I presume that rational behavior does not apply. Pity, faith and spirituality have given comfort and relief to so many including myself. Theological arguments often seem to go no where but they do provide amusement at least if you can duck the punches.

Maybe this topic would be better set in entertainment.

Hugs,

Charlize

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I've managed to influence some of my friends from the SDA church that I was a member of for a few years. Several of them have become very accepting and even affirming towards me and LGBT+ people in general. Some of you may know how the SDA church is, believing in the scriptures and the scriptures alone. Having studied for myself, I can now point them in the right direction, at some key verses, and some of the original languages and words used, so they can study for themselves. When they do that, the Holy Spirit is telling them that what I have helped them to find is, in fact, Truth. At that point it is up to them, whether they accept this new light or not. Some people can be reasoned with. Some can not. My only job is to show them what I have learned. And always with a smile and in a loving manner. Only love can drive out hate.

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Guest noeleena

Hi,

What I find strange is and iv said this before those who use the old writings are so out of date and their thinking is deluded why , because they take what was given to people to whom it concerned ,

this is what applys when reading the letters of the many writers = okay bible.

first who gave the message , and to whom, why and when and did it apply to any one other than those people who it concerned ,

NO,,,,so the teaching given say over the last 200 years does it have meaning for us now again NO,,,why not because it was not addressed to us so those who use that teaching don't know what they are talking about , so how many 1000 years are we removed from that time you work it out then read it with the mind set of those times you may find its very different ,

its not written in English try the language of the day and how many tribes it was given to ,

Bigots are those who do not know or understand the language , and then put their meaning on it and try and make others bend the knee to them ,its called, to worship their god and idols , who ever they maybe.

...noeleena...

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