Bible study rules for public schools proposed

Feb 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Courier-Journal

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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Sorry I missed this one. Please, tell me all about your time as a Mormon
Let me rephrase the question you skipped. What took so long for you or anyone in your church to question Brigham's policy?
I questioned it but no one really cared. Guess I was not high enough in the hierarchy. I was just a kid, but knew enough in those days that treating black people as lessors in such a manner was just wrong. No need of a holy ghost to tell me this.

Now I question the concept of homosexuality being a sin. Do you?
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I'm not on a pedestal. I didn't state that I praise much of anything, but you do. Your "entitleMental" remark indicates that you have Malthusian tendencies - and the movement most closely associated with that particular evil is the Tea Party.
IF you subscribe to that ideology, THEN you are not in alignment with any of your self-professed saintliness.
You have a problem with a third electorial party?

Too bad...get used to it-they've (third parties)have been around a LONG, long time.

And as for the rest-I don't believe in ABUSES of the system.

And these days, there are many and that's why it's BROKE(N).

I do realize however, those statements are defining of my OWN perspective in that NOT everyone is a jackboot political party licker, and NOT everyone abuses the system(s) and that type of ideology of thinking for ones self based upon actual characteristics of expected repreesentations via MERITOCRACY, rather than mindless bobbleheadness, is offensive, to jack bootlickers!

Too bad for you again.

You'll get used to it, or not. Either way, NOT my problem, stumpy!

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<quoted text>But your prophet did the opposite of moving forward to learn. He put forth an idea that lasted in your church for over a hundred years that is immoral.
Point being, if your prophet is not leading you to learn, then dump the idea that a prophet has the ear of god.
But clearly you refuse to admit this could be possible. Just as Muslims refuse to believe Mohammad was the true prophet.
Followers in your church were disabled from learning how to be open to the idea black persons were not cursed black skin for a hundred plus years. What of them?
And again, one big lump is exaggerating the situation. Your church did not even keep up with government. It is pretty sad when someone who claims a moral authority is behind in morality.
How can you keep avoiding answering these charges?
Correction.
Just as Muslims refuse to believe Mohammad was (not) the true prophet.
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<quoted text>I can walk and chew gum at the same time. Do you worry every second about Boston? I can see by your posts, the answer is no. So why be hypocritical?
Do you have to take the gum out of your mouth when you ask a question of anyone, and then even try and answer it for them? No? If no, perhaps you should, and actually THINK for a second, before you do post something so..duh..again?

Answer: I worry about the infiltration and frequency of such vile, barbaric, maniacal acts of hatred against humanity.

So you're wrong because, Yes, although I do not count the seconds in between times, I worry, as I find the anarchy of terrorism to be loathesome.
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Revelation has no place in the New Testament and shouldn't have been included. That said, obsessing on all of these Bible verses, somebody is showing they have waaay too much time on their hands and waaay too little cognitive ability. Maybe you should do something productive, curious. Have you thought about taking up knitting or basket weaving? Maybe you can make plywood cutouts of duckies and horsies to sell at Flea World.
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Revelation has no place in the New Testament and shouldn't have been included.

A fool is wise,in his own eyes.Now,we have the Atheists claiming that they are eminently qualified to determine what books should be contained in The New Testament.

You must be a comedy writer for Jay Leno,that's why they fired him.
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<quoted text>Back when the Internet was first started the churches spread rumors that it was the antichrist. I guess that information at your finger tips is anti christian
DOLT shows he has no clue lol.
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<quoted text>Yes, in the real world we call that a hierarchy ladder.
If a prophet is no more important than a Deacon, then why did your church follow the immoral ideas of Brigham as if he were the big boss?
Is this like a "Who Is Bill Gates for a quarter" catergory?

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<quoted text>But your prophet did the opposite of moving forward to learn. He put forth an idea that lasted in your church for over a hundred years that is immoral.
Point being, if your prophet is not leading you to learn, then dump the idea that a prophet has the ear of god.
But clearly you refuse to admit this could be possible. Just as Muslims refuse to believe Mohammad was the true prophet.

Followers in your church were disabled from learning how to be open to the idea black persons were not cursed black skin for a hundred plus years. What of them?

And again, one big lump is exaggerating the situation. Your church did not even keep up with government. It is pretty sad when someone who claims a moral authority is behind in morality.

How can you keep avoiding answering these charges?
I thought I had answered them pretty plainly.
Moses screwed up and caused the Hebrews 40 years of torture wandering around a wilderness. Yet several religions still revere him as one of the greatest prophets ever.
Prophets are people. They mess up too.

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Bible will never be in school. Church and state are to be seperate and always will be.

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The ignorance of religies, apparent in every post they make.

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Do you have to take the gum out of your mouth when you ask a question of anyone, and then even try and answer it for them? No? If no, perhaps you should, and actually THINK for a second, before you do post something so..duh..again?
Answer: I worry about the infiltration and frequency of such vile, barbaric, maniacal acts of hatred against humanity.
So you're wrong because, Yes, although I do not count the seconds in between times, I worry, as I find the anarchy of terrorism to be loathesome.
I also worry about it, and I feel anyone promoting belief in the supernatural is promoting what the terrorist believe in. The idea of believing prophets can lead one to believe false and immoral ideas without critical thought, as in the case of Mormons following Brigham Young's ideas for a hundred years without question.
I do not think any Muslims are here debating us, so I feel to harp on it directly is not putting focus in the best direction.

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I thought I had answered them pretty plainly.
Moses screwed up and caused the Hebrews 40 years of torture wandering around a wilderness. Yet several religions still revere him as one of the greatest prophets ever.
Prophets are people. They mess up too.
So if prophets are just people, then why follow their commands as if they were words from a god? Did god say homosexuality is an abomination or was that just another flawed human some called a prophet?

And yes, many still think Moses was great, so what is your point? BTW, I do not think the bible says Moses killing the followers was a mistake.

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<quoted text>Still waiting for you to tell me the point of having an ear to god if you are such an epic failure to ask fundamental questions? BTW, clearly no one in the church was inspired by the holy ghost to find that Brigham was wrong for over a hundred years.
Sorry, but the track record of your church proves your concept a failure.
It is only human nature for followers of a religion to follow the leader. So if you put a leader on such a high pedestal as your church does, it is inevitable such problems will exist. Thus proving your church to not be true to its word. The prophet clearly and demonstrably does not have an ear to god, nor a holy ghost.
Keep trotting out these supernatural ways of finding truth and I expect you and your religion to keep making epic failures of moral reasoning.
How do you figure his opinion want much different than almost every other race? Even blacks enslaved blacks. Indians (from India), Hispanics, Europeans, and Asians all viewed blacks as a lesser race. That history is very unfortunate, but accurate, and still carries on today. Our society has focused more on equality in the last hundred years than most countries have yet focused, so our opinions are different now. But put yourself, truly, in the mind frame of 1850.

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I thought I had answered them pretty plainly.
Moses screwed up and caused the Hebrews 40 years of torture wandering around a wilderness. Yet several religions still revere him as one of the greatest prophets ever.
"Prophets are people. They mess up too." So just how do you determine when they are messed up? Again, please tell us how you can know a screwed up prophet did not claim homosexuality is an abomination?

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<quoted text>I fail to see you having a point?
If you claim a moral high-ground or authority as your church does and your prophet supposedly speaks to god, then you have to prove yourself better than the worst of the bunch. So far your church has proved to not even keep up with American governmental standards.
You keep failing to acknowledge this point. You keep answering the same answer even as I pointed out the failure of the answer. What is up with that? Seriously, are you having a hard time understanding this simple concept or are you being stubborn?
I guess you just don't like the answer.
It isn't my job to answer for the mistakes of someone else. I'm not an apologetic either.
I personally believe that Brigham's opinions were expressed, and someone wrote them down in shorthand as best they could, but these opinions never became doctrines of the church for a reason.
God lets us fail sometimes so we learn from it and grow stronger.
I'm sorry you don't like my answers. I'm not going to change them to please you. If you're tired of the same answer, stop asking the same question.

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How do you figure his opinion want much different than almost every other race? Even blacks enslaved blacks. Indians (from India), Hispanics, Europeans, and Asians all viewed blacks as a lesser race. That history is very unfortunate, but accurate, and still carries on today. Our society has focused more on equality in the last hundred years than most countries have yet focused, so our opinions are different now. But put yourself, truly, in the mind frame of 1850.
All this tells me is that Brigham Young was no prophet of god, he was just an ignorant man. So again, are you ever going to answer the million dollar questions? Why call him a prophet? Why follow anything he says? Why did the church put his ideas in place?
How can you know homosexuality is a sin if prophets are sometimes wrong?

Also, I really think many people were not as bigoted as Brigham in his day. I am sure many were, but not everyone was as ignorant and racist as he.

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<quoted text>Actually I do think it makes them less of a prophet. This is one reason I do not believe in any of the claimed prophets. None pass the test of having an ear to a god. I do not just hand out that trust to anyone, do you? BTW, Moses failed in a massive way. He ordered the murder of three thousand of his followers for making a golden calf. This puts in on par with Bin Laden.
Also your prophet did not just make a personal sin, he instructed the whole of the church to follow the concept that he claimed was what god wanted. And your church followed that order for over a hundred years. Now keep sweeping that under the rug.
Prophets are men, and therefore fallible. David was the most perfect (besides Christ), but even he had weaknesses. God knows we have weaknesses and He knows we will all sin, hence the need for the atonement. When we are living righteously, we are allowed to have the Spirit of God with us. Only then can revelation occur. There are times that all priesthood holders are unworthy to use the priesthood. Until we repent and become clean again, we should not use that priesthood authority. This is how it must work since we are fallible.
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<quoted text>Back when the Internet was first started the churches spread rumors that it was the antichrist. I guess that information at your finger tips is anti christian
And why do you find the internet being adjectively described as "beastly" so odd?

Do you think it's just all "good", that people just use it only for good?

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I guess you just don't like the answer.
It isn't my job to answer for the mistakes of someone else. I'm not an apologetic either.
I personally believe that Brigham's opinions were expressed, and someone wrote them down in shorthand as best they could, but these opinions never became doctrines of the church for a reason.
God lets us fail sometimes so we learn from it and grow stronger.
I'm sorry you don't like my answers. I'm not going to change them to please you. If you're tired of the same answer, stop asking the same question.
You are not answering all the questions. Like why do you know homosexuality is an abomination?
Are you telling me it was not church policy to not allow blacks into the priesthood? Or are you purposely diverting because this is not a doctrine but a policy? Again, you are just avoiding so many of my questions.
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Revelation has no place in the New Testament and shouldn't have been included. That said, obsessing on all of these Bible verses, somebody is showing they have waaay too much time on their hands and waaay too little cognitive ability. Maybe you should do something productive, curious. Have you thought about taking up knitting or basket weaving? Maybe you can make plywood cutouts of duckies and horsies to sell at Flea World.
Why do think Revelations has no place in the New Testament? Where else would such a chapter be placed chroniLogically?

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