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Women's place in the church 53 Morality and Religion 6/3/14 11:47pm
That Cat Who Eats Ramen
Because it makes so damned easy. Well that's weird. When most people seem concerned with looking for truth, regardless if if makes them feel better, you seem to just want to vent. I've learned that debating with someone with this approach is unprofitable. A debate between two people who simply want to work through issues to find truth is fun. A debate with someone who seems to just want ...
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6/2/14 9:55pm
Golden Black Tea
Women's place in the church 53 Morality and Religion 6/3/14 11:47pm
That Cat Who Eats Ramen
I wouldn't look at it from that angle. If the mindset is, "women aren't good enough," then it'll obviously direct our attention to things that might miss the point. No, it's not that women aren't good enough. As I've shown previously, there were women who discipled a man, and no one batted an eye. That was known as a mans responsibility in those times if you were Jewish. However, those girl ...
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5/29/14 11:32pm
Golden Black Tea
This is my King, King of kings, and Lord of Lords 56 Morality and Religion 6/11/14 7:54pm
Living Gospel of Jesus
If you liked that, then this'll blow your poptarts.
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5/29/14 11:24pm
Golden Black Tea
A Challenge to Christians: Stop Defending Genocide 194 Morality and Religion 7/27/14 10:10pm
Arcoon Effox
If that's the case you may want to re-phrase your title. When you say, "A challenge to Christians," you are speaking to a massive people group, and there isn't any place I see in the OP that differentiates Christians who endorse and those who do not. So without really anything to say other wise, it would seem that although you don't intend to clump all Christians together, the way the OP is ...
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5/29/14 10:49pm
Golden Black Tea
A Challenge to Christians: Stop Defending Genocide 194 Morality and Religion 7/27/14 10:10pm
Arcoon Effox
Yes, I'm aware and I understand the OP's point. But again... saying they "ALL" do it isn't wise. That's all I'm trying to say.
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5/29/14 10:38pm
Golden Black Tea
A Challenge to Christians: Stop Defending Genocide 194 Morality and Religion 7/27/14 10:10pm
Arcoon Effox
I don't see a brand attached. :3nod: And even if I were intentionally endorsing Golden Black Tea, I'm informed enough to present it and defend it. However, in the case of the OP, my point is that he/she shouldn't assume "ALL CHRISTIANS" endorse genocide, or seem comfortable with it. That's just as ludicrous as saying that all gay people love to dress in drag. We know this isn't so, so why g ...
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5/29/14 9:45pm
Golden Black Tea
A Challenge to Christians: Stop Defending Genocide 194 Morality and Religion 7/27/14 10:10pm
Arcoon Effox
And who is doing that Lucky? I'm not endorsing anything. :)
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5/29/14 9:35pm
Golden Black Tea
A Challenge to Christians: Stop Defending Genocide 194 Morality and Religion 7/27/14 10:10pm
Arcoon Effox
It's foolish to clump a people group over an issue that many aren't endorsing, or even know about.
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5/29/14 9:21pm
Golden Black Tea
Women's place in the church 53 Morality and Religion 6/3/14 11:47pm
That Cat Who Eats Ramen
Paul's letters had to do with Christian living for sure, but this one in particular has very much to do with church order. In the context that it's written in, Paul is speaking to Timothy over church matters. Kind of shitty? Women had access to pretty much every office with this exception (teaching includes preaching). How is that a bad deal?
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5/29/14 9:19pm
Golden Black Tea
Women's place in the church 53 Morality and Religion 6/3/14 11:47pm
That Cat Who Eats Ramen
So we're gonna switch this now to work issues? Ok. Where in the Bible is that commanded? I'm referring to the work stuff.
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5/24/14 2:56am
Golden Black Tea
Women's place in the church 53 Morality and Religion 6/3/14 11:47pm
That Cat Who Eats Ramen
We had a conversation once. A long one and your name is unique, so it's ingrained in my memory. First we should know that this isn't an issue over discrimination or chauvinism. It's mainly an interpretation-hurdle. Paul argues that there needs to be a way to organize leadership within the Church. He takes his lead from the way God orchestrated the relationship between men and women in the v ...
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5/23/14 8:54pm
Golden Black Tea
Women's place in the church 53 Morality and Religion 6/3/14 11:47pm
That Cat Who Eats Ramen
Ahh Gunsmithkitten, I see things haven't changed. :3nod: I once recalled a conversation we had a few years ago. I told you to consider doing some research in the background of the world in which the Bible was written in. Had you done so, you might recant your statement. Jesus, and Paul, were actually pro-women. In fact, one might argue that Jesus himself (who Paul looks up to) was one of ...
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5/23/14 8:31pm
Golden Black Tea
Women's place in the church 53 Morality and Religion 6/3/14 11:47pm
That Cat Who Eats Ramen
That's interesting... When reading the Bible, we need to realize that it's a historical text. In order to understand a historical text, you need to understand the world in which it was written. In the case of the letter given to Timothy, there were church concerns that brought about disorder (girls wearing jewelry which made the poor women feel excluded and etc...) and could have brought about ...
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5/23/14 8:29pm
Golden Black Tea
Who is in the wrong? 76 Morality and Religion 7/27/14 7:03am
Shiurra
Seems like more of a culture-battle than anything else. No one is intentionally violating anything. Two groups simply want to project their convictions and protect/keep the sanctity of their worldview and beliefs. Everyday stuff.
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5/23/14 8:15pm
Golden Black Tea
Burn a Koran Day 2014 is just 4 months away! 81 Morality and Religion 7/3/14 7:15pm
DarkSohisohi
Foolish and ignorant for a few reasons. Burning books, historically speaking, has never really stopped any agenda the book promotes. If anything it only adds more attention to it and the burning of them. Persecution, which Muslims might be quick to assume by the burning of their holy text, often builds up the ones being persecuted. You wont stop Muslims from believing their religion. If a ...
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5/23/14 8:09pm
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