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Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom: A rebuke


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  • #327634
    @dovesong05
    Participant

    Christians we’re here to serve the lord not attack each other!!

    #327651
    @timb
    Participant

    That crazy narrative must work well for a lot of people.  But believing in crap (and supernatural dogma is crap) is repulsive to me.

    Still, if people are going to believe that crap, I think they should at least get along with their fellow delusionals.

    #327727
    @blaire
    Participant
    #328562
    @dovesong05
    Participant

    I don’t follow religion I follow Christ, jesus never said 2 follow religion!!

    #328572
    @blaire
    Participant

    @dovesong

    Yale Divinity has launched a Free Public Bible Study. Professor Joel Baden was instrumental in implementing this project. Take the challenge. Are you smarter than an Ivy League Biblical scholar?

    Homepage

    *Spoiler Alert* There is absolutely Nothing divine about the bible. It was written by unknown authors over the course of centuries.

     

    #328586
    @lausten
    Keymaster

    Thanks Blaire. Not sure I can squeeze a class into my schedule right though. Is this something that will just available to watch, or do you have to sign up for it?

    #328611
    @blaire
    Participant

    @lausten,

    This was actually directed towards dovesong/theists. Yes, you do have to register and it is available at no charge. The course is time consuming and honestly, you probably would not find it intellectually stimulating.

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