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Again, you attempt to judge, saying that I am not worshiping YOUR God!
How right you ARE!
Furthermore, you expect me to worship and idolize YOUR comprehension! Because it is YOUR comprehension of what God is that YOU call "God!" Then you again attempt to vest authority for what YOU believe into something outside of yourself, a book, in order to take authority FOR and within yourself!
YES. You have avoided answering the question. With your denial above, you have tried to avoid it again. In fact, you have avoided it so many times and in so many ways that it is difficult for you to even remember what it is that Jesus asks of you, in the first place!
That is why the Fundamentalists, that you and many others are so intent upon proving to everyone else that you are, have yourselves become so reliant upon the idolatry of the bible. You have no other foundation upon which to stand.
You are intent on proving people WRONG to themselves with it, instead of proving people right to yourself.
Was not the Samaritan, a reject of the Hebrews, commended and to have been ultimately rewarded because he came to the aid of another without regard for the Law and the edicts of scripture?
He didn't qualify his assistance by first asking the victim if he was a queer or a Republican, not that one is any better or worse than the other or less worthy than anyone else.
He didn't cross to the other side of the road claiming the right to avoid based upon scripture.
Yes, God changes. In the changing that IS Life, Light and Love and in its activity that is forever changing, The Father of Lights IS changeless; the bed of motionless, timeless Being in which we live and move and have our being, and yet, which IS the very essence of nothingness and at the same time ALL.
It focused itself and spoke to Moses, saying, "I am that I am." And in so speaking, changed everything simply because it acted.
God's Word judged your words. I simply imitated Jesus dealing with Satan.
Now you are attempting to shift the issue. Just like Satan did with Jesus.
Moreover, the good Samaritan rejected nothing. he fulfilled the Law in spirit and in truth.
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