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Bible study rules for public schools proposed

There are 164753 comments on the The Courier-Journal story from Feb 10, 2010, titled Bible study rules for public schools proposed. In it, The Courier-Journal reports that:

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The state would create rules for teaching about the Bible in public high schools under a bill filed Monday by three Democratic senators.

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happy

Louisville, KY

#96616 Mar 20, 2013
do whut wrote:
<quoted text>Please understand that "this book" refers to the Book of Revelation only. That was their way of copyrighting back then. Revelations was the first book written by him. So you would have to throw away his other books if you try to apply that to the entire Bible. Revelations is last in the canon because it is about the end of times. That's the only reason.
Do you realize that the Bible wasn't canonized until hundreds of years after the death of the apostles? "This book" could not have meant the KJV Bible as you know it today.

Please do not silence God. He can speak to whomever he wants. And those words should be scripture.
God does speak to those that will listen but certainly another prophet aside from our loving living Heavenly Father is not needed just like it does no good to pray to saints and Mary. Hello. Only God our creator. Not "another" book. Just saying. My debate is not with you although I pray you discover the WHOLE TRUTH and not another mans truth who felt he needed to write his own words of God..?? In Jesus name
I'm concerned over these people's souks and nothing else. We plant seed. Someone else will water. God does the rest. Have a good day sir

Satanic Priest

“There is no god”

Since: Jul 12

War, WV

#96617 Mar 20, 2013
Blahblahblah wrote:
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and PS, I agree, the good book should be applied in ways of LOVE, for the betterment and well being and for the GOOD of people, NOT to condemn/judge or hurt them!!!!!!!
Your book tells you to murder, own slaves, slaughter people, it is not a good book. I wish people would read the bible rather than listen to some con artist

Satanic Priest

“There is no god”

Since: Jul 12

War, WV

#96618 Mar 20, 2013
Blahblahblah wrote:
<quoted text>
Please reread what you wrote.
It is nice however, that you realize you are only human as are the rest of us, and that you do not wish to harm others!! Mostly because intentionally mean people (meaning ones that say stuff on purpose, intentionally or accusingly,knowing it could hurt others) just suck :-).
You missed the part about unless some one is violating us. The christian cult has; by pushing their beliefs as if they are the truth, by judging and condemning us with out knowing what we believe, by threats of violence, by murder, by violent physical attacks.
If we turned around and treated you as you have treated us ....... yea well that is what I now do

Satanic Priest

“There is no god”

Since: Jul 12

War, WV

#96619 Mar 20, 2013
If you believe in some god that is how you choose to live, but you have no right to force your beliefs on to others.
If some one tells you that they do not believe in your god you do not have the right to kill them or keep pushing, even if they do say they believe but do not want to be preached at you should keep your beliefs where they belong, in your home and church.
It is good to live by your beliefs, too bad the christian cult does not live by what they preach

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#96620 Mar 20, 2013
happy wrote:
When someone breaks into your home how many are going to grab a gun and pray for help?
I can only speak for myself, but I will not be wasting time praying in that scenario
happy wrote:
When you are about to slam into another car what thoughts do you have? Do you say OMG?
Do I ever say OMG? Sure. Does it mean I secretly believe in god? No. It's an expression that's ingrained in my lexicon. Kind of like southerners who say "y'all" it's just speech. I've heard women say "oh god" at times when they clearly were not praying...
happy wrote:
When you are about to slam into a car and it DOESN'T happen? Who stopped it?
Physics
happy wrote:
I have miracle after miracle that you could try and explain away but I know and others who have experienced them know exactly what I'm talking about and that their is certainly a God.
If you ...choose... Free will... A Choice... To deny Him... It's certainly your choice ...but it will also be your biggest loss..(best love you can ever know) and your last regret...
What you're describing is exactly the reason there are religions.
Ancient people who didn't understand their environment came up with fairy tales to make themselves feel better and explain thunderstorms and floods and earthquakes and pestilence and famine...etc.
The fact that things happen for reasons that you don't understand is no reason to make up a god to attribute them to.

And of course love from an imaginary friend is the "best" love. It's all in your head so you can control it. With that kind of "love" you don't have to deal with the dynamics of reality. The peaks and valleys of real love with a real person.

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#96621 Mar 20, 2013
ChromiuMan wrote:
<quoted text>
Stop spamming
I'm sure "Known Fact" knows it's a waste of time. But he/she thinks he/she is getting points in Jehovah's scorebook for it anyway because even though Jehovah is supposedly omniscient and omnipotent he's easily duped.

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#96622 Mar 20, 2013
do whut wrote:
<quoted text>
Refer to my response. And I'm not a fundie, as I hope you can perceive.
fine, you're a "mainstream" Mormon. Feel better?

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#96623 Mar 20, 2013
do whut wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks for the correction. Gotta make sure the bigotry is aimed at the right stereotype.
Absolutely! I have no intention of offending the innocent.

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#96624 Mar 20, 2013
really wrote:
Bible needs back in sghools
Judging by what you wrote, I think you would need a school first before you could put the bible in it.

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#96625 Mar 20, 2013
do whut wrote:
<quoted text>
Do whut?
I didn't speak a word about his beliefs. What are you talking about? Or who are you speaking of?
I was speaking of Lazy State Worker's condemnation of Satanic Priest when they clearly indicated that they don't even know what his beliefs are.
Blahblahblah

Hazard, KY

#96626 Mar 20, 2013
Satanic Priest wrote:
<quoted text>Your book tells you to murder, own slaves, slaughter people, it is not a good book. I wish people would read the bible rather than listen to some con artist
That's not what I read from MY good book. I find that kind of thing socio-ILLogically dark age, draconian, warped and mired in the MUCK of their OWN unrighteousness, who just grasp at whatever they can to try and twist others to manipulate them to their own warped misperceptions.

But I do agree, Con artists and manipulators that thrive on just trying to start trouble to suit their narccisstic, greedy selves (including the female kind) suck. They oughta be whipped with their own conivings of greed, hatefullness and deceit daily.
Blahblahblah

Hazard, KY

#96627 Mar 20, 2013
Satanic Priest wrote:
<quoted text>You missed the part about unless some one is violating us. The christian cult has; by pushing their beliefs as if they are the truth, by judging and condemning us with out knowing what we believe, by threats of violence, by murder, by violent physical attacks.
If we turned around and treated you as you have treated us ....... yea well that is what I now do
Are you threatening me with abuse?

I wouldn't do that if I were you.
Blahblahblah

Hazard, KY

#96628 Mar 20, 2013
Satanic Priest wrote:
If you believe in some god that is how you choose to live, but you have no right to force your beliefs on to others.
If some one tells you that they do not believe in your god you do not have the right to kill them or keep pushing, even if they do say they believe but do not want to be preached at you should keep your beliefs where they belong, in your home and church.
It is good to live by your beliefs, too bad the christian cult does not live by what they preach
I do NOT believe in a God of hate, strife, abuse or any other VILE behavior.

Such is NOT acceptable.
Blahblahblah

Hazard, KY

#96629 Mar 20, 2013
Satanic Priest wrote:
If you believe in some god that is how you choose to live, but you have no right to force your beliefs on to others.
If some one tells you that they do not believe in your god you do not have the right to kill them or keep pushing, even if they do say they believe but do not want to be preached at you should keep your beliefs where they belong, in your home and church.
It is good to live by your beliefs, too bad the christian cult does not live by what they preach
and I do NOT believe in imposing slavery fr the benefit of ones own greed onto the backs of others either.

That's bullchit.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

http://www.pixoto.com/quantumm

#96630 Mar 20, 2013
Skeptical Spectacles wrote:
<quoted text>
I can only speak for myself, but I will not be wasting time praying in that scenario
<quoted text>
Do I ever say OMG? Sure. Does it mean I secretly believe in god? No. It's an expression that's ingrained in my lexicon. Kind of like southerners who say "y'all" it's just speech. I've heard women say "oh god" at times when they clearly were not praying...
<quoted text>
Physics
<quoted text>
What you're describing is exactly the reason there are religions.
Ancient people who didn't understand their environment came up with fairy tales to make themselves feel better and explain thunderstorms and floods and earthquakes and pestilence and famine...etc.
The fact that things happen for reasons that you don't understand is no reason to make up a god to attribute them to.
And of course love from an imaginary friend is the "best" love. It's all in your head so you can control it. With that kind of "love" you don't have to deal with the dynamics of reality. The peaks and valleys of real love with a real person.
Well stated... But I would add Human Ego to the mix... A large part of religion beyond the need for explanation of the unknown is the wish for self aggrandizement, superiority and power. To think that you are so important, so wonderful that a great all powerful being created you and all you see for your benefit places you in a superior position in a self world view... That leads to My God is greater than your god so I'm superior to you mindsets that is seen throughout history...
Blahblahblah

Hazard, KY

#96631 Mar 20, 2013
Quantummist wrote:
<quoted text>
Well stated... But I would add Human Ego to the mix... A large part of religion beyond the need for explanation of the unknown is the wish for self aggrandizement, superiority and power. To think that you are so important, so wonderful that a great all powerful being created you and all you see for your benefit places you in a superior position in a self world view... That leads to My God is greater than your god so I'm superior to you mindsets that is seen throughout history...
I cannot imagine going through life, thinking I was the only person that existed in the world.

And I thank GOD daily, that I am NOT.

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#96632 Mar 20, 2013
do whut wrote:
<quoted text>
Why are you referencing me in response to this poster?
I do not believe it is God's intention to send the majority of souls to Hell. I believe it is actually difficult to be cast into Outer Darkness. I believe that you earn the glory that you chose.
We believe in 3 different kingdoms of Heaven as described in the New Testament.
If you chose to follow every commandment from God, then you are worth to be in His presence and be a celestial body (as described in 2 Corinthians). If you did not abide by all of God's commandments, but accepted Jesus Christ, then you are worthy to be in His presence, but not the Father's. hence the Terrestrial. And if you did not accept Jesus Christ, but did not deny the Holy Ghost, then you are worthy to be in the presence of the Holy Ghost, but not Jesus or the Father. Hence the Telestial. John also speaks about the vision of being called into the third heaven and that he did not feel worthy to even attain that level.
So unless you deny the Holy Ghost, you would not go to Hell.
Those are my beliefs, so I hope that answers your odd question that appeared to be to someone else.
I wasn't referencing you in response to Happy's post, I was querying your take on the evangelical tone of her posts as an example for our discussion that intelligence and religiosity at times appear inversely proportional. Your elaborate reply reminds me that it is not always so (just as conspiracy theories and schizophrenia are not representative of intelligence quotas)- and you reminded me that doctrine is the Ragu and dogma is the spaghetti. TVYM, but my tastes run toward something a little less manufactured.
Sman

Lexington, KY

#96633 Mar 20, 2013
Blahblahblah wrote:
<quoted text>
I cannot imagine going through life, thinking I was the only person that existed in the world.
And I thank GOD daily, that I am NOT.
I couldn't imagine worshiping an omnipotent being that allowed children to suffer and die in pain. If your god is omnipotent, it is a piece a crap not worth of my attention. Besides, if Heaven is full of people like you, I'd prefer Hell!

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#96634 Mar 20, 2013
Quantummist wrote:
<quoted text>
Well stated... But I would add Human Ego to the mix... A large part of religion beyond the need for explanation of the unknown is the wish for self aggrandizement, superiority and power. To think that you are so important, so wonderful that a great all powerful being created you and all you see for your benefit places you in a superior position in a self world view... That leads to My God is greater than your god so I'm superior to you mindsets that is seen throughout history...
Indeed! There's also simple manipulation (expanding on your power reference). It didn't take too long for humans to figure out that religion is an excellent tool for manipulating the masses. It's a lot easier to impose control over a group of scared (and ignorant) people if you tell them that a god said to do it.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#96635 Mar 20, 2013
GWB wrote:
<quoted text>
Verse 26 demostrates a problem with understanding the bible. First one would have to know they have received the true knowledge of bilical truth. How would you qualify truth?
Then why would one repent if he did sin after having knowledge of the truth? If you willfully had gotten drunk you would not be forgiven, so why repent?
Repentance is more than simply acknowledging wrongdoings. It is a change of mind and heart. It includes turning away from sin

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