Quoting the Bible

Friday, February 25, 2011

Redditor Purplehayess says: "So a FB friend made a status about gay marriage, and homosexuality, being a sin. After his mother jumped into the discussion, I'd had enough."

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4 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

The last comment is quoting the bible out of context. you cannot read the bible deductively, that is, you cannot form a premiss and find a short quote to fit that premiss, you have to read the bible inductively. You read the whole thing and forms the guideliness.

Anonymous said...

So when it's done in prejudice it's fine, but when it's done in reason it's not? Some people just don't like having their own logic turned on them.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha look at nr. one here, getting all reasonable and scientific :-) I thought you guys hated logic?? I guess you can use it when it suits your agenda. What's next, your'e quoting Aristoteles? I see you dabble with philosophy - well i guess you reject Descartes proof of god's excistence then, since it's the perfect example the circle argument that you (wrongfully) claim is in the last comment :-p

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, read the whole bible to get the whole picture. We can read the passages that say rape and slavery is fine too :U

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