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    Quote Originally Posted by Learner View Post
    (From the biblical viewpoint just as Jesus said; must first be done,the preaching through-out all of the world before the rest of the prophecies follows etc..etc..)
    I wonder why he needs humans to do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhea View Post
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    (From the biblical viewpoint just as Jesus said; must first be done,the preaching through-out all of the world before the rest of the prophecies follows etc..etc..)
    I wonder why he needs humans to do that?
    Probably the same reason He needs humans to pass laws against blasphemy, to punish anyone who hurts His feelings. After all, you can't expect an all powerful God to do the stuff He wants done Himself, can you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhea View Post

    I wonder why he needs humans to do that?


    He just wants humans to do it, because they would need to ... and because they are capable to do it themselves (if they wanted to), I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learner View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rhea View Post

    I wonder why he needs humans to do that?


    He just wants humans to do it, because they would need to ... and because they are capable to do it themselves (if they wanted to), I think.
    Thus demonstrating that Christians have no need for the Bible or theological leadership. They are quiet adept at knowing the mind of god and understanding his intent, methods, and purpose on their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skepticalbip View Post
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    I wonder why he needs humans to do that?


    He just wants humans to do it, because they would need to ... and because they are capable to do it themselves (if they wanted to), I think.
    Thus demonstrating that Christians have no need for the Bible or theological leadership. They are quiet adept at knowing the mind of god and understanding his intent, methods, and purpose on their own.
    The problem being that they seem completely blind to the fact that this is because His intent, methods, and purpose are their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bilby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by skepticalbip View Post

    Thus demonstrating that Christians have no need for the Bible or theological leadership. They are quiet adept at knowing the mind of god and understanding his intent, methods, and purpose on their own.
    The problem being that they seem completely blind to the fact that this is because His intent, methods, and purpose are their own.
    Aye, indeed.

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    I like the way you're all thinking. Along this line, the bible is then therefore... for the non-Christians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learner View Post
    I like the way you're all thinking. Along this line, the bible is then therefore... for the non-Christians.
    And a hindrance for Christians since it generally doesn't say what they believe and claim it to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skepticalbip View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Learner View Post
    I like the way you're all thinking. Along this line, the bible is then therefore... for the non-Christians.
    And a hindrance for Christians since it generally doesn't say what they believe and claim it to say.
    Not really that hard to get the gist of things. Love God and be good to your neghbour and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Learner View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Learner View Post
    I like the way you're all thinking. Along this line, the bible is then therefore... for the non-Christians.
    And a hindrance for Christians since it generally doesn't say what they believe and claim it to say.
    Not really that hard to get the gist of things. Love God and be good to your neghbour and so on.
    Hmmm, I seem to recall seeing a lot of crucifixes and large pictures of Jesus in Christians' homes. Did these Christians somehow know that god didn't really mean all of the ten commandments? I gotta wonder which of the other commandments he didn't really mean.

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