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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post
    You only quote parts from the "Torah" part of the Bible. The first five books, Genesis to Deuteronomy are old, and I believe that we cannot interpret everything literally in our modern society. 6000 years ago people "marked" their bodies for other reasons than they do today.
    True,but the protestants follow more the bible then the catholics,imho they show more true "christianism" then the catholics.For exemple,the part on the bible that say,that we shall not worship any Saints or any other gods....The catholics do it...between ther stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonBruno View Post
    True,but the protestants follow more the bible then the catholics,imho they show more true "christianism" then the catholics.For exemple,the part on the bible that say,that we shall not worship any Saints or any other gods....The catholics do it...between ther stuff...
    Can agree with you on that part.

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    I am a Deist, so I know there is a Creator (commonly referred to as "God"). I don't need faith, religion, or belief for something I know with certainty through my own personal observation, experience, and logic.

    Unlike religious people, I have no uncontrollable need to define "God" or let some other human tell me what to believe about something he has no way of actually knowing.

    As for all the man-made religions proclaiming to know the nature of "God" or define the Creator or even say what happens after death... they keep me amused and a smile on my face. I am fascinated with learning about religions (especially ancient ones), but I will never be able to relate to religious people and their need to accept made up answers for what we are not yet capable as a species to understand in our limited capacity.

    Also, why do you refer to the Bible as the "word of God" ?? It was written by MEN proclaiming to witness and testify to things holy or godly.. There is no written record ever found that was written by God, or any gods... only men. That doesn't mean it isn't sacred though... the Bible and other religious books are good for illustrating moral lessons. When taken too literally though it causes insanity :-)

    I see religion as a tool to control the common people by giving local laws a justification for existence, thereby coaxing people into submission through a sense of spiritual obligation and fear of a fairy tale place (Hell, Hades, etc). Even with all that said though, I must say that I tend to prefer the company of people with moral integrity and a sense of right and wrong. Some of my best and truest friends are devout Christians. Two are Roman Catholic, and another is Buddhist. It's not their religion, it's their integrity and character that matter. They have a right to believe what they wish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ImmaNinja555 View Post
    Satan for the win666
    Your just a try hard.

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