If Christians believed that their bible wasn't written by god, Christians would spend there time trying to ban it instead of getting it into public schools.

think about it. The bible consists of so many things that they spend so much time trying to tell the world is wrong.

such as: incest, Adultery, Mass murder of men, women and children, manslaughter, religious intolerance, slavery, supporting unequal rights, selfishness, polygamy, thievery, cannibalism....these are all things that either happened or were threatened in the name of god.

It seems that most Christians try their hardest to ignore this, or say that the old testament isn't relative any more. they say that the lord has changed laws in the new testament, but the new testament clearly stats that Jesus came to uphold these laws, not to change them.

They might also say that these things are interpreted incorrectly. the bible has something to say about this too:

2 Peter 1:20 "no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation."

so...what do you think?

remember, congress gave our school systems the right to use the bible as an example of literature.
I'm not so sure I'd be ok with that. But on the bright side, A freethinker would realize how evil it really is.

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Comment by Matt Coulthurst on September 28, 2010 at 6:39pm
Congress never said they had to use it as an example of good literature...

If it was me, I'd hold it up as an example of why projects "by committee" are usually a bad thing.
Comment by Jon Heim on September 28, 2010 at 6:41pm
they never said they had the right to use it as a bad example either...which means children are at the mercy of the schools interpretations. lol
Comment by Matt Coulthurst on September 28, 2010 at 6:50pm
which means children are at the mercy of the schools interpretations. lol

Ye gods and small fishes! Those poor Texan children! Won't someone think of the Texan children!
Comment by Jon Heim on September 29, 2010 at 3:42pm
Amish...now that's a sect that isn't disused much here. I live in the middle of friggin Pennsylvania dutch country. I see LOOOOTS of Amish.


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