Discussion in 'The Sanctuary' started by Brown Jesus, Mar 27, 2012.
And not "Love the God of Abraham?"
I have my opinions, but, I'd love to hear yours.
I think you're reading far too much into it. Jesus clearly supported belief in the God of Abraham.
Quote the verse.
Now concerning the resurrection of the dead, haven't you read what was spoken to you by God: I am the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob? He is not the God of the dead, but of the living." - Jesus
(Mat 22:31-32 HCSB)
Word. Theres obviously a reading/comprehension issue here. Not an actual issue.
When asked about the greatest commandment. lol @ reading comprehension issue.
I agree. And he was very specific about that on most occasions. I agree that it was implied, but the ambiguity is curious.
Actually, it says "The Lord, your God," my bad. I was thinking about religious tolerance and trying to remember the verse =/
Well knowing what the actual commandment is will help you understand whats meant when referencing it.
Love your god
sounds universal to me
The first commandment says that, “I am the LORD your GOD, thou shall not have any other GODS before me.”
Thats pretty clear
gotta love the first commandment. he breaks his own rules while giving out rules. god is so perfect
haha man im glad the majority of the world doesnt practice this brand of christianity
they call us blind?
when they think mankind is a failure and earth sucks
buncha debbie downers
I understand what the commandment means, I simply forgot two words. I'm not sure this air of condescension will be very successful in arguments, though. It seems pretty clear to me that I stated my ideas, then checked my Scripture, realized my error, and apologized; that certainly implies a certain level of understanding of the commandment. Add that to the fact that I'm trying to have an intelligent discussion, I really don't understand the condescension.
^^^your talking to BigPayback. get used to this
I didnt realize that is what happened. Apologies.
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