You wrote : "I did interpret the Book correctly. When you read or speak of the Bible, do you do so with an open mind?"<quoted text>
Faith is real magic? I didn't say that. I think they're two separate subjects altogether, sharing nothing in common. Faith is a spiritual connection with a power greater than ourselves. A connection that transcends time and space. It is spiritual in nature. However, since you don't think there is a power greater than ourselves, aren't we wasting each other's time? I believe you knew I was referring to Jesus as the Son of God, not merely a man. I have all the answers? Ha! I've never said anything remotely similar to that. I did interpret the Book correctly. When you read or speak of the Bible, do you do so with an open mind? I seriously doubt it. No soul? That would leave you little more than a shell of a man, no? I also don't think you had any trouble understanding what I meant by soul. Like I've been saying, if you don't believe, have at it. That is your right.
Wrong. You have no right to interpret the Book. It must be read and taken literally. The Bible, Old and New Testament were canonized by Rome before there were splinter religions and schisms. Only the Church reserves the right to interpret the "Good Book", and what a joke that is, like, God in his infinite wisdom, was not articulate and requires an interpreter?