Simplified version of the history of the bible

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  1. AliceHouse

    AliceHouse The House Always Wins

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    Steps #15 and #19 clearly demonstrate the infallibility of GOD.

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  2. TheBigPayback

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    Scribes were allowed 3 errors or else the entire text had to be thrown out and recopied from 1:1
    Council of nicea is fake.
    Feel free to go ahead and find any revisions in your 1611 kjv against the dead sea scrolls or any of the 5000 original copies from different archeological finds .
    The gospels generally are letters to churches from church fathers
    and or jesus's sermons/and or teachings
    old testiment writings were known literally word for word by
    early jews. so no one rewrote shit.
    what was selected for the canon was wether
    The writer did miracles like the disciples or were cosigned by
    people that did..like luke

    so

    heres my response to biblical accuracy
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    And the nicean council
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    and my verbal response..try harder
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  3. DoctorKnow

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    Tl;dr

    The bible is the worst fairytale known to man, they should have made the jesus character more like spiderman
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  4. TheBigPayback

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    U mean like a frog becoming a man and marrying a princess right
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  6. Kris Benwa

    Kris Benwa Grown Man Bars....

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    Came in here to post something similar repped
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  7. AliceHouse

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    > Scribes were allowed 3 errors or else the entire text had to be thrown out and recopied from 1:1

    By admitting that even one error is allowed, you discredit yourself. Keep in mind that the Quran is allowed exactly zero errors when being scribed from one book to another. One error makes a HUGE difference. (Is the Kingdom of God within us? Or is it among us?)

    Second, you can't translate something between two vastly different languages and expect the same meaning. You're either stuck with distorting the word in it's meaning, or to retain the meaning by severely altering the words. (This is basic linguistics, by the way.) Shepherds in the Bible were symbols of might, ferocity and royalty, whereas now they generally represent peaceful guidance and oversight. So the image of the Lord as shepherd in Psalm 23 originally meant that the Lord was mighty, fierce and royal. The impact was roughly the same as "the Lord is a man of war." But in most English-speaking cultures, "the Lord is my shepherd" conveys a wholly different, and therefore inaccurate, image.
    Council of nicea is fake.


    > Feel free to go ahead and find any revisions in your 1611 kjv against the dead sea scrolls or any of the 5000 original copies from different archeological finds .

    The writings in "Dead Sea Scrolls" (Qumram Codex) show vastly different "history" than what is found in the Bible. The Genesis Apocryphon (in the DSS) is considerably different than the Bible's Genesis. This scroll is dated from second century BCE to first century CE (writen on sheep hide), whereas the Bible's account post-dates this by a few centuries.
    1-2 Samuel, Jeremiah, and Exodus are VASTLY different in the DSS than in the Bible. There are over 30 chances in Jeremiah alone. Entire pages worth of text is missing in the Bible and found in the DSS, while entire pages of different text exist in the Bible but are missing in the DSS.
    Bible scholars have known THIS FACT for 40 years, ever since the Cave Four discoveries at Qumran.
    That Fundamentalist priests and cult leaders continue to tell their victims the LIE that the DSS "validates the Bible" is PROOF POSITIVE of their deceiving, demonic nature. The FACT is, the Bible as we have it today is VASTLY different than what the original authors wrote.
    Anyone who claims otherwise is ignorant.

    >The gospels generally are letters to churches from church fathers
    and or jesus's sermons/and or teachings
    old testiment writings were known literally word for word by
    early jews. so no one rewrote shit.

    Apparently you don't understand the bible. The Gospels are the first five books, the stories of Jesus. The rest of the new testament are the church letters.

    The old testament is based on the ancient mythology of others. It's been written and rewritten far too often when it finally was written down. But more to the point, the original fables have been told and retold far too often to hold any credibility.

    But it very much suffers the same mistranslation errors as the new testament. Moreso, in fact, because it has been around much longer.

    Again, when the Quran does this, it at last demands there to be exactly zero errors.

    > what was selected for the canon was wether
    The writer did miracles like the disciples or were cosigned by
    people that did..like luke

    So if it's the author's ability to perform miracles, then why wasn't Paul's letter to Corinthians saved? Did he not do miracles until after he wrote that but before his second and third? (Which you would recognize as Corinthians one and two.)

    The absolute real fact of the matter is that when something is verified in fact, known to be true, observable and empirical, you willfully choose to disobey reality itself. When something is made up, when something is claimed with no evidence to back it up, and has been terribly discredited and proven wrong on multiple accounts, you choose to believe in the silly.

    The other fact is that you disregarded the main point I made. Why didn't GOD just snap his fingers and make a book with his seal of approval?

    That's right, he did that with the Quran.

    Thanks for my first neg-rep. You mad about the fallability of your fairy tales?

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  8. lyricalpriest

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    Lmaolmao jesus fucking christ
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  9. Ass Napkin Ed

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    both the quran and bible are wriiten by men and rooted in nature cultures (paganism)
    its 2013

    we all know there is no mystery god now - right?
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  11. NightmareEx

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    The bible doesn't match up logically, mathematically, geographically, scientifically chronologically, and most importantly morally.

    It's the most blatantly fabricated human control tool I've ever had the misfortune of reading. If you don't see that at this point, you're an absolute moron. (See: BP)
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  12. TheBigPayback

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    Whoopsy
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  13. lyricalpriest

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    quoted for truth

    accept i think it may try to come close in some aspects.
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    quoted for truth

    except i think it may try to come close in some aspects.
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  15. TheBigPayback

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    Quoted for 0 backbone
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    I'd like to go on a tangent and contribute a few points.

    the kingdom of god is within, because Christianity is about transcendence.

    true, but you can sift through and find very consistent ideas and messages in the Bible. also, there are different versions on different points of the linguistic trade-off to give you a fuller sense of the text. Young's Literal Translation is the most accurate word-for-word version I know of.

    The Good Shephard is based on the nomad ideal. Nomads in history have been portrayed two different ways - savage conquerors and honorable paragons. the first depiction is based on nomadic invasions and conquests, which are triggered by some combination of: political vacuum, military leadership, and climactic conditions that interfere with making a living on the steppe.

    most of the time, nomads simply lived off of their herds and migrated on an annual cycle. this lifestyle enforced moral/physical discipline, a lack of specialization, and greater equality in human relations. they came to represent an ideal in many places, one example being the Cowboy in American culture.

    so, the Good Shephard was mighty and fierce, but also a leader who was worthy of loyalty.
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