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Old August 14th, 2010, 04:04 PM  
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Here's a simpler version of something I posted a long time ago in this thread. This proves that the bible isn't as peaceful great happiness moral lessons as people think it is -

Who should we kill?
- Homosexuals (Lev.20: 13. Rom.1:26-32)
- Adulterers (Lev.20:10. Deut.22:22)
- Disobedient Children (Deut.21:20-21, Lev.20:9, Exod.21:15)
- Women who are not virgins on /heir wedding night (Deut.22: 13-21)
- All non-Christians (parable told by Christ - Luke 19:27)
- Those accused of wickedness by at least two people (Deut.17:2-7)
- Anyone who works on the Sabbath (Exod.35:2-3, Num.15~32-6)
(Not even to kindle a fire and no exclusion for ambulance drivers)

- It is shameful for a woman to speak in church (1Cor.14:34-5)
- A man must OK his wife’s words if they are to have force (Num.30:8)
- A woman must not teach or hold authority over a man (1Tim. 2:12)
- Lot saves the messengers from the men of Sodom by offering up his virgin daughters to “do to them as you please” (Gen.19:8)
- “… kill every boy, and kill every woman who has had sexual intercourse with a man. But all the young women who have not had sexual intercourse with a man will be yours.” (32,000 young women were made slaves.) (Moses - Num.31:17-8)

- God supports slavery (Lev.25:44-6, Exod.21:2-8, Eph.6:5, CoI.3:22)
- Instructions on how to sell your daughter as a slave (Exod.21:7-8)
- When to give your slaves severe or light beatings (Luke.12:42-8)
- OK to beat slaves only if they don’t die within two days (Exod.21:20-1)
- How to mark your slave: drive an awl through its ear (Deut 15:17)

- It’s best if all people remain unmarried. Marriage is a lesser-of-two-evils compromise with Christians too weak to resist their sexual urges, “for it is better to marry than to bum.” (Paul - 1Cor.7:1-2, 8-9, 25-6, 38)
- The rapist of an unwed woman must buy her and make her his wife (Deut.22:28-9)
(If applied consistently, a rapist has to not only buy his victim and make her his wife, but then subsequently kill her for not being a virgin on the wedding night)

- If a man suspects his wife of cheating he can serve her a cursed drink; if she becomes deformed then that proves her guilt (Num.5: 12-31)
- 42 children killed by bears for calling a prophet ‘baldy’ (2King.2:23-4)
- OK to beat your children with a rod - it won’t kill them (Prov.23:13-4)
Do the Old Testament laws still apply?
- Every “jot” and “tittle” (Christ – Matt.5:17-9)

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