10 Bible verses you will never hear p...
Aaron

Duncanville, TX

#23 Feb 14, 2011
How can you say that none of this is in the Bible?

Look it up and then come back and comment.
South Jacksonian wrote:
<quoted text>None of this is said in the Bible. You are just trying to stir up and you will. Do you want to be held accountable for sending the wrong message to people. Keep on with this and you will be. CRAZY and you are fishing to stir up.
MayGodBlessU

Jonesboro, AR

#24 Mar 14, 2011
John 3:16 Bible verse
For God so loved the world the he gave his only begotton SON..........
THE ChurchedLady

Meridian, MS

#25 Mar 22, 2011
@JMike--good one to SSS!
@SSS 'dirty words' really?'rot in hell', you r joking right? Radical!
Weere Liz - Uganda

Kampala, Uganda

#26 Apr 28, 2011
["To korn dog"]

It won't be wise to abuse a person like you but only to say 'may God forgive you because you don't know what you have done and still doing.'

I imagine you were bought to promote and expose false Bible verses in blasphemy (false interpreters).After all, this can not change the Greatness of the kingdom of the Almighty God. You will receive the wrath of God if you don't end this no-sense!
enginator

Colorado Springs, CO

#27 Jun 6, 2011
Oh. I think some ministers would preach on them but not in the perverted way one might suspect. I have heard the Bald Head verse preached from.
Tyler

United States

#28 Jul 26, 2011
SSS wrote:
<quoted text>TRANSLATERS IS THE KEY WORK. IT DOES NOT USE THOSE DIRTY TERMS IN THE BIBLE. IF YOU ARE PREACHING SERMONS WITH WORKDS LIKE THAT YOU WILL ROT IN HELL WITH THE REST OF THEM. ENOUGH SAID. REREAD YOUR BIBLE STUPID TRANSLATOR....
....<== dumb. All of this is in the bible. read it. The bible is filled with things that are appalling. but remember the bible isn't a fairytale, it's real. meaning that bad things were recorded as well. at one point god had the israelites draw swords and run across a field slaughtering everyone they could in the tribes...their own mothers, fathers sisters and brothers...Whoever was not dead by the end were the new group of Israelites. This might seem horrific but who are we to decide what's right? start reading the bible for what it is and stop inserting your own epistemological presuppositions. We don't have a god of just fluffy bunnies and Daisy's and rainbows. he turns people into pillars of salt and cities into sulfuric pits in the old testament. which is where most of these verses are from.
momj

Kilmichael, MS

#30 Jul 31, 2011
Boy, Mary Ellen Walton would've been in trouble If Mama made her learn and copy those!
Do you read your Bible

Richmond, Canada

#31 Sep 4, 2011
You missed this beut:

Deuteronomy 21:18-21
"If a man has a stubborn and rebellious son who does not obey his father and mother and will not listen to them when they discipline him, 19 his father and mother shall take hold of him and bring him to the elders at the gate of his town. 20 They shall say to the elders, "This son of ours is stubborn and rebellious. He will not obey us. He is a profligate and a drunkard." 21 Then all the men of his town shall stone him to death."
Imsa

Sweden

#32 Sep 9, 2011
It is important for a christian to know the bible thoroughly and to do that we should first master the new testament. Suppose if a young christian read the old testament first he may get some negative thought as old testament is full of wars and so . But if v master the new testament first and read old testament than from every word every incident we wil learn more about gods love gods care .. . We should remember that this world is not our world for we are just travellers living in satans kingdom . And since we are living in satans kingdom . This satan will try to bring us towards him even by using an incomplete part of the bible verse. So in order to avoid from those things we should master the world of god. GOD Bless
Guest

Paragould, AR

#33 Sep 18, 2011
One can "pick and choose" at either extreme. I freely admit that for every horrible verse there are five or so very pleasant verses. These contradictions, among other apsects, say something about the book's validity, in my humble opinion.

From the Book of Numbers (re: the Midianites)...spoken by "The Lord"...

31:17) "Kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him."
(31:18) "But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves."

Too Old Testament? From the Book of Luke...spoken by Jesus Christ...

19:27 "But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me."
matt

Aurora, CO

#34 Sep 30, 2011
South Jacksonian wrote:
<quoted text>None of this is said in the Bible. You are just trying to stir up and you will. Do you want to be held accountable for sending the wrong message to people. Keep on with this and you will be. CRAZY and you are fishing to stir up.
Yes it is you just want to believe that the bible is full of butterflies and fluffy things but it is quite dark, violent, and very derogatory towards women and various races. Its one of the most immoral books every written, i fear anyone who lives and builds their moral fiber using the Bible. And if God were real he would smite me down where i stand writing this but guess what? he about as real as the tooth fairy, santa clause, and the eater bunny

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#35 Nov 4, 2011
"Let's say that the consensus is that our species, being the higher primates, Homo Sapiens, has been on the planet for at least 100,000 years, maybe more. Francis Collins says maybe 100,000. Richard Dawkins thinks maybe a quarter-of-a-million. I'll take 100,000.

In order to be a Christian, you have to believe that for 98,000 years, our species suffered and died, most of its children dying in childbirth, most other people having a life expectancy of about 25 years, dying of their teeth. Famine, struggle, bitterness, war, suffering, misery, all of that for 98,000 years. Heaven watches this with complete indifference. And then 2000 years ago, thinks "That's enough of that. It's time to intervene," and the best way to do this would be by condemning someone to a human sacrifice somewhere in the less literate parts of the Middle East.

Let’s not appeal to the Chinese, for example, where people can read and study evidence and have a civilization. Let's go to the desert and have another revelation there. This is nonsense. It can't be believed by a thinking person. Why am I glad this is the case? To get to the point of the wrongness of Christianity, because I think the teachings of Christianity are immoral.

The central one is the most immoral of all, and that is the one of vicarious redemption. You can throw your sins onto somebody else, vulgarly known as scapegoating. In fact, originating as scapegoating in the same area, the same desert. I can pay your debt if I love you. I can serve your term in prison if I love you very much. I can volunteer to do that. I can't take your sins away, because I can't abolish your responsibility, and I shouldn't offer to do so. Your responsibility has to stay with you. There's no vicarious redemption. There very probably, in fact, is no redemption at all. It's just a part of wish-thinking, and I don't think wish-thinking is good for people either.

It even manages to pollute the central question, the word I just employed, the most important word of all: the word love, by making love compulsory, by saying you MUST love. You must love your neighbour as yourself, something you can't actually do. You'll always fall short, so you can always be found guilty. By saying you must love someone who you also must fear. That's to say a supreme being, an eternal father, someone of whom you must be afraid, but you must love him, too. If you fail in this duty, you're again a wretched sinner. This is not mentally or morally or intellectually healthy.

And that brings me to the final objection - I'll condense it, Dr. Olasky - which is, this is a totalitarian system. If there was a God who could do these things and demand these things of us, and he was eternal and unchanging, we'd be living under a dictatorship from which there is no appeal, and one that can never change and one that knows our thoughts and can convict us of thought crime, and condemn us to eternal punishment for actions that we are condemned in advance to be taking. All this in the round, and I could say more, it's an excellent thing that we have absolutely no reason to believe any of it to be true."
--Christopher Hitchens
Bible Dude

Dasmariñas, Philippines

#36 Dec 1, 2011
Wow. Thanks mate.
azzi

UK

#37 Jan 19, 2012
Awe bro! This is legit. Post more
Austen

Portland, OR

#38 Jan 31, 2012
Guest wrote:
One can "pick and choose" at either extreme. I freely admit that for every horrible verse there are five or so very pleasant verses. These contradictions, among other apsects, say something about the book's validity, in my humble opinion.
From the Book of Numbers (re: the Midianites)...spoken by "The Lord"...
31:17) "Kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him."
(31:18) "But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves."
Too Old Testament? From the Book of Luke...spoken by Jesus Christ...
19:27 "But those mine enemies, which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither, and slay them before me."
I won't deny the other verses here, cause that would be lying, but the last one you cite was told in a parable. Could it allude to Jesus? Sure. But it was part of a story he was telling. The man's own words about the "ruler" in the preceding verses were the judgement against him, that he is a "hard man... etc".

And honestly if thats the worst thing anyone can dig up on Jesus, I'm not too bothered really.
Guest

Paragould, AR

#39 Jan 31, 2012
Austen wrote:
<quoted text>
I won't deny the other verses here, cause that would be lying, but the last one you cite was told in a parable. Could it allude to Jesus? Sure. But it was part of a story he was telling. The man's own words about the "ruler" in the preceding verses were the judgement against him, that he is a "hard man... etc".
And honestly if thats the worst thing anyone can dig up on Jesus, I'm not too bothered really.
You are absolutely correct, and I was wrong to post it in that context. My mistake.

And, I will say that for one to live his/her life reflecting the teachings of Jesus (or several more religious figures for that matter) would be a life well lived. No doubt.

Does this fact make any of the dogma true? Absolutely not.
Concerned christian

United States

#40 Aug 10, 2012
I'm a Christian and this stuff is hilarious. You guys need to quit getting so butthurt and have a sense of humor. Don't take yourself so seriously and maybe more people would be likely to listen to your message.
Preacher

Baltimore, MD

#41 Oct 15, 2012
Well, I have preached two of the items you mentioned.

2 Kings 2:23-24 NKJV

1 Samuel 18:25-27 ESV

Genesis 38:8-10 NASB (only in discussion outside of the church)
Anthony

South El Monte, CA

#42 Nov 4, 2012
All I have to say is God is amazing and I love Him and i praise Jesus for washing all my sins away the Word of God is all powerful and true and if u r not born again u will never understand the Word of God
Mike Peterson

Birmingham, AL

#43 Nov 21, 2012
And Jesus was asked how I can I be born again. And Jesus said unless you are born of water and the spirit you cannot be born again. And Jesus went off with the disciples to Baptize.
Jesus did not say if you ask me into your heart, you will be saved.
Of course you have to believe the whole Bible and there are other things you have to do to be saved. It is not either/or it is all.
Eat my body and drink my blood. Not grape juice and crackers.
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