Funny thing is that I made no interpretation whatsoever. All I did was quote. Since the obvious meaning of what was said was abundantly already clear to everyone, there was no need for me to explain anything. Look up the meaning of interpretation, no, on second thought, I'll do it for you. I doubt you are literate.<quoted text>
You obviously are one of those so called Christians who manipulate your book of fables to say exactly what you think it should say and mean. Everyone that has read this MANMADE book interprets it differently. Now take your theological rhetoric bullshyt and kindly STFU, fool!!!
Main Entry: in·ter·pre·ta·tion
Date: 14th century
1 : the act or the result of interpreting : explanation
3 : a teaching technique that combines factual with stimulating explanatory information <natural history interpretation program>
As you can see,(well maybe not you but someone who can think), an interpretation involves taking something that is written and trying to explain it. That means that the meaning is not clear.
But in my quotes, no explanation was given, because it's meaning was plain for all to see.
As for who is the fool? The fool is one who says there is no God.