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One fact is this Science and Media has expanded our knowledge immensely Faith, Belief, Religion have changed little in centuries. Excuse me but you're the one calling people here 'idiots'. Please be specific so that I can point out exactly where you're wrong.

:confused: the bible was the book of LAW for a thousand years in this country. for the past 80years the fake bullshit parla-ment(whitch means talk lies in latin! I sense you're having trouble articulating whatever your point is here (no worries - I'm pretty mashed too) but, if I understand you correctly, you're suggestng that since 1930, parliament has been destroying biblical law and this is having a detrimental effect on society.

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the bible says every man is free and to own a man is a sin? Here are a few verses you might want to look at: Leviticus -46 (says you can purchase male and female slaves from amongst foreigners, you can also purchase the children of foreigners and treat them as your property) Exodus 21:2-6 (says you can only keep a Hebrew slave for six years but you can get a male Hebrew slave to become a permanent slave by keeping his wife and children hostage until he says he wants to become a permanent slave.) Exodus -21 ("When a man strikes his male or female slave with a rod so hard that the slave dies under his hand, he shall be punished.

If, however, the slave survives for a day or two, he is not to be punished, since the slave is his own property.") There are many more like that and, as far as the New Testament, is concerned, neither Jesus nor St Paul nor anyone else is recorded as having said anything to oppose the institution of slavery, which was very much a part of life in Judea, Galilee, and in the rest of the Roman Empire during New Testament times and there would have been ample opportunity to take a stand against it, as any right-thinking person would surely do.

OK, this is a bit too obvious you little wind-up merchant, you!

:) the bible as a book of law worked on every level, it was fair and just and a basis for morals(as far as common law is concerned) And this is probably the daftest sentence I've seen on the world wide web.

And while we're about it, the next f'cker that knocks on my door of a weekend morning, bible in hand, is going to get more than the door in their face. much of his work has been debunked, but i think there are lots and lots of unanswered questions about where we came from.

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