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christianity at a down fall?

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Submitted by judaya (United States), Oct 6, 2007 at 15:16

If the bible is the word of God, then all of it must be followed according to Jesus. In Mathew 19; 16, Jesus told a Jew," If thou want life eternal (Heaven), then keep the commandments." There was no mention from Jesus of him coming to die for the sins of the world. All he said was keep the commandments. If that's the case, then we should read the book of Deuteronomy 23; 2 where it says," The bastard child shall not enter the congregation of the Lord, even to his tenth generation." Since 75 percent of Christians are bastard children, what the hell are they doing in church? They are all bastards according to the bible. So 50 percent of the Church members are bastards, and must not enter it according to God, if the Bible is the word of God.

If the bible is the word of God, then it would be free from contradictions. That's commonsense. Okay, with that analysis, let's take a look at some verses. In the book of 2-Samuel 24; 1, it says," The Lord tempted David." But in 1-Chronicles; 21-1, it says," Satan Tempted David." Which is it, The Lord, or Satan? Does the God of Christianity forget? Then in John 3; 13, it says," No man has ascended into heaven." But in 2-Kings, 2;11, it says," Elijah ascended into heaven." And Genesis 5-24 says that Enoch ascended into heaven. It seems to me that this God of Christianity keeps forgetting.

Is the God of Christianity a God of love? No! According to 1-Samuels 6; 19, it says that God murdered 50,070 people for looking into a box. If Prophet Muhammad did that, then the whole world would accept Muhammad as an extremist and a terrorist.

Is Jesus the image of God? No because in John1; 18, it says," No man had seen God at anytime." Then in 1-Timothy 6; 16, it says," God is He, whom no man had seen, nor can see." Then in Exodus 33; 20, God says," No man can see My face, for no one can see Me and live." Don't forget John 5; 37 where Jesus says," God has never been heard at anytime, nor has anyone seen his shape, or form at anytime.

What the Heck is so bad about what the bible says about women? Let's take a look.

In the book of Exodus 21; 7, it says that a man can sell his daughter. That's sounds disgraceful to me.

Then in Genesis 3; 16, it say," The Husband is to rule over his wife. Then in Deuteronomy 25; 11-12, it says," men are supposed to chop off their women's hands when our wives save our lives.

And please don't forget 1-Corinthians 14; 34-35 where it says that it is a shame for a woman to speak in church, to open their mouths is not allowed in church.

Why are all the Christians Pig eaters? Their master Jesus was not a pig eater, and he killed 2000 pigs to heal one man. And in Leviticus 11;8, it says," The flesh of swine is forbidden." So why aren't the Christians following Jesus who said in Mathew 5; 18," Whoever removes one of the least of these commandments will be called least in the kingdom of heaven?" And who also said," If the bible is the word of God, then all of it must be followed according to Jesus. In Mathew 19; 16, Jesus told a Jew," If thou want life eternal (Heaven), then keep the commandments."

Apparently this God of Christianity begets 4 children at one time. Remember that God said Israel is His firstborn, and later he said, Ephraim is His firstborn, and later he said, Adam was "The son" of God, and in Psalms, God says," This day I have begotten you My son." And Jesus is supposed to be his first born as well. Poor Jesus! He doesn't know that God protected David and Israel and Ephraim much better than he couldn't protect Jesus. I honestly believe that Jesus didn't want to die. Look at his reaction when he was on the cross. He cried out," God, God, was has thou forsaken me." He never thanked God on the cross, nor did he look happy about getting killed.

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