The Bible Is Outdated


Is the Bible true?

    Bible critics claim:

    Many believe the bible is a tactic to keep the masses in line by fear of what will happen to them in eternity.

    Some believe the Bible is old-fashioned and outdated. It's no longer relevant to today's society.

    Historians and scientists have long since proven the Bible is inaccurate and unreliable.

  • the sun revolves around the earth,

  • historical data and many statistics are inaccurate,

  • polygamy, slavery, and anti-Semitism are condoned,

  • women are demeaned, (1 Pet. 3:1-7).

  • pillaging the environment is of minimal concern.

  • kill your child if he strikes you (Exod. 21:15).

  • work on the Sabbath, you should be put to death (Exod. 35:2-3).

  • curse, you should be stoned to death (Lev. 24:14-15).

  • Happiness is smashing children upon the rocks (Psalms 137:9).

This criticism is based on two categories, factual accuracy and moral issues.

That which has been is that which will be, And that which has been done is that which will be done. So there is nothing new under the sun.-- Ecclesiastes 1:9:

A trusting heart accepts the mysterious ways of God, no matter the circumstances. What does that say about people, does it say trust them?

I probably can't quite convey what I mean here, but I think you get the idea. Perhaps we think alike; and if not, there's definitely NO WAY we can think like traditional Christians around here!

We may share the Bible, but they have been considerably misled on its interpretation. The Bible is NOT a western thought book; it is Asian-African in both culture and spirit and must therefore be understood from that point of view!

So who's the greatest hypocrit, those believing in the Bible or those who don't? I guess one can find negative criticism for anything, then what's left to believe? Now, do you really believe that?

Life is one continuous cycle. (((your inner

The Bible


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