Friday, April 20, 2007

Kill the man who shows contempt for a priest

Deuteronomy 17:12 The man who shows contempt for the judge or for the priest who stands ministering there to the LORD your God must be put to death. You must purge the evil from Israel.

PERSONAL COMMENTARY


This helps those pastors who are also control freaks!

4 comments:

Jason said...

This is the old law. It was replaced by the new.

Martin said...

There is no new law.

Another LIE christians tell themselves and others based on vagues references in Paul's epistles to reconcile such a vile and repulsive god in the old testament.

What about Jesus EXACT words...

Matthew 5:18
I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished.

Luke 16:17
It is easier for heaven and earth to disappear than for the least stroke of a pen to drop out of the Law.

Jesus is your god and he says in black and white that the law is still valid.

Paul was some crazed, mass murderer and most idiot christians take his word over the very god they claim to serve.

jason said...

What do you think it was that had to be "accomplished"?

Martin said...

Jason the Christadelphian...

That explains it!!!

Aren't you the weirdos that teach a man should NEVER have long hair even though most images of Christ show him with long hair.

There are even groups of Christadelphians who teach a woman should never have short hair either as backed up by many scriptures.

I remember Christadelphians protesting christian heavy metal bands like Stryper in the 80s simply because of their hair.

I am arguing with a wacko.

You do realize your "flavor" of christianity is classified as a cult by many mainstream theologians and masters of apologetics, don't you?

"Christadelphian teaching bears certain important doctrinal resemblances to traditional Armstrongism and the Jehovah’s Witnesses: rejection of the Trinity as Satanic; Christ’s atonement for past sins only; the necessity of good works for salvation; the impersonality of the Holy Spirit; a denial of eternal punishment and so on." John Ankerberg