The NT vs the OT/KJV1611
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26-04-2011, 06:19 PM
The NT vs the OT/KJV1611
When I am defending myself due to my beliefs, I point out serious moral issues in the Bible, then (they) accuse me of not reading the latest 'version of the bible' which is kind of confusing due to the fact you're not supposed to change the word of god.

Revelation 22:18-19 states you can't add to scripture, because it's sacred. But when you have changing of most of the bible compared to the OT (the NT has alot of the violence removed) you're adding words when you attempt to alter how horrible it is.

When I mention that, they refer to another line in the bible (can't remember) that says it's OK or something to that effect.

Any thoughts?
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26-04-2011, 08:04 PM (This post was last modified: 26-04-2011 08:31 PM by Efrx86.)
RE: The NT vs the OT/KJV1611
1.
http://www.evilbible.com/what_would_jesus_do.htm
http://www.evilbible.com/do_not_ignore_ot.htm
Evilbible.com is your friend. If you really have to point out questionable bible verses often when defending yourself from Christians in an argument, you should take some time and read the articles there.

2. If those people say that some of the OT text doesn't count anymore, surely there are other things that are written in the OT that shouldn't count anymore either, like Creation, the flood, or the parting of the Red Sea.

The God excuse: the last refuge of a man with no answers and no argument. "God did it." Anything we can't describe must have come from God. - George Carlin

Whenever I'm asked "What if you're wrong?", I always show the asker this video: http://youtu.be/iClejS8vWjo Screw Pascal's wager.
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