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  1. Jenesis Jexodus

    Thomas Jefferson's "Secret Bible"

    So apparently Thomas Jefferson created his own version of the Gospels, saving what he thought was correct, and removing the rest. http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2012/01/1 ... ?hpt=hp_c3
  2. holierthanyou

    Bible Memory Verses?

    While happily wasting some time jumping from Fundy blog link to Fundy blog link, I came across this blog which is for (current? former?) ATI "Journey to the Heart" girls, where they talk about how this month's Bible memory verse is to memorize the entire chapter of Romans 8 (39 verses). That seems like an impressive feat (or at least it would be impressive for my paltry brain). http://www.livingthejourney.com/ Anyway, it made me curious if most Fundies see that much Scripture memorization (on a constant basis) to be 'normal'? I had been under the impression that there w
  3. debrand

    The Bible And Finances

    On another thread, someone mentioned that the bible talks about things like not going into debt etc. I was wondering what you guys think that the bible teaches about finances One thing that has struck me is that despite its faults the bible does say a lot about helping the poor. Farmers were supposed to leave the corners of their fields uncut so that poor people could use that for food. Every few years all debts were forgiven. Jesus talked about giving your extra coat to the poor. There seems to be the constant theme that everyone should share their excess with those without. There
  4. So, someone quite dear to me has recently been baptised into the Baptist faith. Then she announced her pregnancy by her Baptist fiancee - which, by the way, is appropriately miraculous for this time of year as they claim to have been practicing abstinence . They got married last week. She tells me all the time that the Bible is the word of God and is to be taken literally. I'm quite familiar with the Bible, and I think it's for this reason that I've been having trouble wrapping my head around what biblical literalism really means. For instance, today it struck me that it means, pr
  5. Now, I think Komen is a pile of crap charity, but I suppose preventing the chance someone might come in contact with someone who might happen to be affiliated with someone who performs abortion is more important than breast cancer screening and treatment.
  6. Here is a video from JimBob and Michelle advertising the Seed Company's "Gift a Verse" program. Give someone a card that says you paid $26 to have a Bible verse translated into a new language in their name. http://vimeo.com/32473352 So, this is like the fundie version of giving someone a certificate saying you had a star named after them?
  7. Origen, an Egyptian christian of the early third cenury I'm reading a Book caled "Apocalypses" by Eugen Weber Origen and many other early christian were against a literal interpretation of the Bible. They felt it was too Jewish and that scriptures should be taken symbolically and discouraged calls of the 'second coming of Christ" as a Jewish fable ,many early Christians were actualy embarrasing of the literalists. Sain Augustine also used symboism to account for the differences between the differing origins of Jesus in Matthew and Luke.
  8. 0 kids n not countin

    400th anniversary of the King James Bible

    http://www.pinoyhalo.com/2011/11/17/king-james-bible-400th-anniversary-of-the-1611-authorized-king-james-version-of-the-bible/ Are the fundies celebrating??
  9. clibbyjo

    Which Bible to read?

    My 15 year old was telling me after the Bible ,Don Quixote was the next most printed book. While at the library yesterday, he got out Don Quixote. Anyway, we were discussing this and fundies/religion on the drive home. I said "You should read the Bible and make up your own mind." and both he and 12 year old said they want to read the bible anyway,but what version? I said KJB is the fundie fav., but I have an old Catholic one in my closet if they want that one. Son says he specifically wants to read Old Testament.I said Jesus was a Jew so maybe he should pay close attention to the f
  10. countressrascal

    Could someone explain to me - King James Version

    Why is there such a big thing about being a follower of the King James version vs others? Not being of the faith, Jewish,why is this a big deal? I know I am missing out on the trilogy (Old and new testament plus The Book of Mormon), that is life.
  11. GeoBQn

    Quote the Bible, Get a Discount

    A car repair place is offering a discount on oil changes if customers quote John 3:16. http://news.yahoo.com/video/dallascbs11 ... 74103.html
  12. topical-bible-studies.org/35-0051.htm I was reading some Bible stuff and I found this topic. Fundies love to quote the Old Testament so I wonder how many of them would agree to this old rule? EW at that thought. My BILs dislike me and I dislike them lol! lol
  13. MamaJunebug

    He's too good to us! Gift after gift...

    Ncfic.org/weblogmodule/view/id/926/src/@random493e73d2154bd/ Headline says, "The Christian Post Reports On Families Gathering To Study Bible Doctrine" and photo beneath it is of a lovely family of 3 men in a clubby library with a bronze bust on the mantel and no sign of women At All... Oh, I do so appreciate Scott's sense of wicked irony .... wait, what? He isn't ... oh, well,then. Even funnier!!!!! Updated link: https://ncfic.org/blog/posts/the-christian-post-reports-on-families-gathering-to-study-bible-doctrine
  14. debrand

    The New NIV Is Bad For Women

    Because I am not a bible theologian, I can't speak to all of this posters points but I thought some of you might better able to do so. I found a link to her article on LAF, so it is reasonable to suppose that she shares their ideology. girlsgonewise.com/10-reasons-why-the-new-niv-is-bad-for-women She claims the NIV hurts women. I fail to see how that is possible. She can buy any bible translation that she wants. No one is going to stop her from buying a KJV if she wishes. But I am curious what concept about the Christian god someone from ano
  15. http://www.ocregister.com/news/bible-31 ... |order%3A4 I wonder if Comfort will show up at the event.
  16. latraviata

    Memorise bible verses

    Why on earth would someone memorise bible verses? It doesn't help to better understand the bible. It is a skill without any value or meaning other than to brag about it in a 'holier than thou' kind of way. stevenandersonfamily.blogspot.com/2011/09/how-we-memorize-bible-verses.html
  17. The pastor at the Lutheran church I usually attend has the off-putting habit of occasionally inserting a topical reference in otherwise solid, Law and Gospel sermons. Thus one Sunday he out of nowhere lamented gay marriage. A month or so later he mentioned abortion (not in a good way). And then he spoke briefly about the sad fact of “disobedient wives.†When I mentioned that to a dear friend she surprised me by saying that she had heard a sermon from this guy, decades ago, in which he ranted on Eph.5:21-22, the “wives submit†passage.
  18. O Latin

    Jesus is like a cell phone

    I have an uncle who is sort of fundie-lite-ish, I think (I'm not entirely sure). This morning he posted this on Facebook. He posts stuff like this a lot, and it doesn't usually bother me, but this one did, for two reasons I think. First of all, it reminds me of those "repost if you support cancer patients/earthquake victims/the troops/whoever" things, which just annoy me in general. I don't know why. Second of all, I know I'm probably taking this to literally, but a cell phone is a practical thing to carry with you everywhere you go.
  19. In Jerusalem, scholars trace Bible's evolution MATTI FRIEDMAN Published: Aug 12, 2011 2:29 AM JERUSALEM (AP) - A dull-looking chart projected on the wall of a university office in Jerusalem displayed a revelation that would startle many readers of the Old Testament: the sacred text that people revered in the past was not the same one we study today. An ancient version of one book has an extra phrase. Another appears to have been revised to retroactively insert a prophecy after the events happened. Scholars in this out-of-the-way corner of the Hebre
  20. I've had a ton of state mandated training the last couple days. One of the classes I had was on spiritual development. During the class the instructor (who is employed by the same church I work for currently) went on and on about KJV only for bible study (even though the church preaches in NIV). Then at the end she talked all about YEC and the creation museum. Turns out the church I work at is having a conference by the guy from the creation museum - complete with children's activities about dinosaurs. My poor brain can't wrap itself around this. I'm pretty
  21. cjsmom

    Customer reviews of the KJV!

    http://www.amazon.com/Holy-Bible-King-J ... ddOneStar' A giggle for a Monday afternoon! Enjoy.
  22. somewhereinbetween

    Bad Translations

    A friend showed me this website, which translates things over and over in 56 different languages and then back to English. Is it terrible that the first thing I thought of was FJ and bible translations? Of course I had to type in part of Proverbs 31, and after about a dozen translations the part I chose stopped making logical sense. Interestingly, along the way several translations skewed the interpretation in way that put down both genders. "An excellent wife, who can find? For her worth is far above rubies. The heart of her husband trusts in her, And he will have no lack of gain.
  23. twin2

    I'm Now KJV Only!!

    I know I have had a few snarky comment about the KJV only Bible. I've snarked about God not speaking in Shakespearean English, and that like all other versions it is just a translation, ect. ect. However I am not to proud to admit I was wrong. All it took for me to see the light was to hear this inspirational number, The King James Bible. It is sung to perfection by two defrauding Godly men. I encourage you all to listen to this masterpiece and see the error of your ways: youtube.com/user/fireballbaptist#p/a/f/0/vUD8XOr-P2A
  24. The New Holy Bible is a giant washing sink. It removes all the filth from you. Cleans you up. Makes you run parallel to the bible. And that gets you into Heaven. There are only four real "mortal sins". The worst sins. They are worse than murder. If you are a pro-choice baby stomper. That is "mortal sin" which will preclude your admittance into Heaven. If you support homosexual perverts. That is "mortal sin" which will preclude yo
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