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Depends Upon Whose Intelligence One Wants to Trust

Reader comment on item: Obama's Pretend Counterterrorism Policy
in response to reader comment: Am I really the only intelligent one?

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Sep 8, 2011 at 18:07

Anyone who reads the Holy Bible to find 'errors' is not to be disappointed if approached with humanist rationale as the main tool. It is filled with the errors of humanity that defies spirituality; but look more closely to find that the Creator has had a plan all along in spite of the wretched works of mankind found within the various chapters. Read carefully, for example, to know that incest was cause for a death sentence by the end of the Torah. But one must read that for all of the inhumanity depicted, there is a solution. Knowing that many will not understand this, I'll refrain from saying anything beyond the point to be made-believing the truth about Jesus Christ and not some religious fables as many will carries more to the truth of the matter than can be found in any humanist explanation against the truth of the Holy Bible.

So, to be sure, religion is dead, and religious practices are paths to death; even Jesus Christ says this. But you have to believe Him for the alternative to religion to understand that. After all, believing Jesus Christ as Savior does not require reminiscing; He's there all the time demonstrating His intelligence is greater than anything I could ever offer.


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