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What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
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Post: #46
RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
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Post: #47
RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-19-2017 06:20 PM)
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Yes, he was a young and jealous God...not the one true God, our creator.

And which God, out of our garden variety of Gods, is the real God? Does he talk to you? Can you see him? Do you have proof of his existence. Or are you just pretending he exists so you can pretend you are immortal? I guess you won't be answering those questions....tee hee.

Sure. You'll only be understanding God through meditation. God is pure consciousness. Your consciousness is held within his. God is not human.

There are many Gods, but only one true creator God.
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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
a hundred times or so daily, the command

'grab the soap-bar, boooy ! '

..and there 'they' go again.

Say another 1000 years.


You really
are one of the fkn Dumbest souls on this planet.

But hey -- your choice. Enjoy.
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loNeNLI  Wrote: (05-19-2017 06:11 PM)
Apostle of Reality  Wrote: (05-19-2017 06:08 PM)
Harry Potter has less plot holes in the fiction than the Bible does.

This is probably good advice if you want to have an enjoyable reading session.

<<< for a self-declared 'reality apostle' ,

you sure have weird avatars.

Unfortunately I can't find the screen print design for this:

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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
general mishka  Wrote: (05-19-2017 06:24 PM)
There is a graveyard in Edinburgh Scotland where Rowlings went for inspiration. If you go to that graveyard today, wannabe authors sit for hours among the graves hoping for the same spiritual connection.

Thus one is from Heaven, the other inspired by hell
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The bible will tell you about Jesus who is the only guy that can get you to heaven.

Harry Potter is an attempt to get kids involved in sorcery and witchcraft both of which are forbidden by God and a sin.

Sin is also getting tattoos and eating shellfish and if you were a REAL Christian, instead of the cherry picker that you are, you would follow all of God's laws. Jesus said not a jot or tittle of the law is to pass away until he comes back.

Jesus said the road is narrow and FEW find the way to heaven. Jesus said that you should be perfect, as God is perfect. Jesus said it is easier for a man to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to get into heaven. Jesus said to repent of all your sins and SIN NO MORE.

Why would Jesus say all this if all you have to do is selfishly believe he died for you? If you honestly have the Holy Spirit inside, you should be sin free. Jesus told a good man who asked how he could get to heaven that he had to sell everything and give it to the poor. If you honestly think you are getting to heaven without listening to the commands of Jesus, you are sadly mistaken. Jesus drives a hard bargain that you choose to ignore.

It is not only eating shellfish which the Bible calls and abomination it is also wearing mixed fabric garments. Wear a cotton polyester blend shirt and go to hell. What a load of hooey.
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Eating selfish and mixed fabrics are no longer sinful, all things were made clean upon the Resurrection. This is a metaphor for the gentiles becoming clean

Acts 10:14   But Peter said, Not so, Lord; for I have never eaten any thing that is common or unclean.

  Acts 10:15   And the voice spake unto him again the second time, What God hath cleansed, that call not thou common.
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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
general mishka  Wrote: (05-19-2017 06:39 PM)
Eating selfish and mixed fabrics are no longer sinful, all things were made clean upon the Resurrection. This is a metaphor for the gentiles becoming clean

Acts 10:14   But Peter said, Not so, Lord; for I have never eaten any thing that is common or unclean.

  Acts 10:15   And the voice spake unto him again the second time, What God hath cleansed, that call not thou common.

So is it ok to be a homosexual now. God said you have to put them all to death. And this is in the same chapter as the one about shellfish. Do we get to just pick and choose the sins we want.

If we work on the Sabbath, we are to be put to death. God had a man put to death for picking up a couple of sticks on Saturday or Sunday, whatever day your religion prefers to call the sabbath. So should we still murder all those Walmart employees?

So I guess God changes his mind all the time? I always thought God never changes and even Jesus said not a jot or tittle of the law should pass away. I guess Jesus should have said all laws are to be kept except for eating shrimp and mixing fabrics. And now you shouldn't kill homosexuals, unbelievers or people who work on the sabbath. That's so un-2017!

I have a new idea for God. Why doesn't he write a brand new book and tell us which sins are still punishable by death and which ones will get us a slap on the wrist. And make it really clear about that shellfish thing because it could be interpreted differently by someone who just happens to be a homophobic man who works Monday through Friday and likes to eat lobster.
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Post: #54
RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-19-2017 07:17 PM)
general mishka  Wrote: (05-19-2017 06:39 PM)
Eating selfish and mixed fabrics are no longer sinful, all things were made clean upon the Resurrection. This is a metaphor for the gentiles becoming clean

Acts 10:14   But Peter said, Not so, Lord; for I have never eaten any thing that is common or unclean.

  Acts 10:15   And the voice spake unto him again the second time, What God hath cleansed, that call not thou common.

So is it ok to be a homosexual now. God said you have to put them all to death. And this is in the same chapter as the one about shellfish. Do we get to just pick and choose the sins we want.

If we work on the Sabbath, we are to be put to death. God had a man put to death for picking up a couple of sticks on Saturday or Sunday, whatever day your religion prefers to call the sabbath. So should we still murder all those Walmart employees?

So I guess God changes his mind all the time? I always thought God never changes and even Jesus said not a jot or tittle of the law should pass away. I guess Jesus should have said all laws are to be kept except for eating shrimp and mixing fabrics. And now you shouldn't kill homosexuals, unbelievers or people who work on the sabbath. That's so un-2017!

I have a new idea for God. Why doesn't he write a brand new book and tell us which sins are still punishable by death and which ones will get us a slap on the wrist. And make it really clear about that shellfish thing because it could be interpreted differently by someone who just happens to be a homophobic man who works Monday through Friday and likes to eat lobster.

Even Saturday Sabbath keeping was mediated in the New Testament. However, same sex marriage and lust was reaffirmed as sinful in the New Testament. (Romans 1)

Remember, marriage was part of Creation, not just part of the Mosaic law
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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
Colonel Hamburgerwagon  Wrote: (05-19-2017 03:43 PM)
Harry Potter sucks. Why do people get SO into these kinds of things.

Star Wars is another
. People get so into it they convince themselves it is real.

Lucas based his Star Wars stories from the ancient Mahabharata texts!!

‘I am telling an old myth in a new way’ – George Lucas, creator of Star Wars.

Just sayin!!
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If it seeketh, expects, or demands worship, it is not divine!!

Anyone that believes Earth has the only intelligent life in the whole of the cosmos, is a f*cking moron, and shouldn't be allowed an opinion about anything else!!

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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
HardTruth  Wrote: (05-19-2017 07:44 PM)
Colonel Hamburgerwagon  Wrote: (05-19-2017 03:43 PM)
Harry Potter sucks. Why do people get SO into these kinds of things.

Star Wars is another
. People get so into it they convince themselves it is real.

Lucas based his Star Wars stories from the ancient Mahabharata tests!!

‘I am telling an old myth in a new way’ – George Lucas, creator of Star Wars.

Just sayin!!
.

Interesting. I didn't know that.
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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
Never read Harry Potter.
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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
O.G. (Original Ghost)  Wrote: (05-19-2017 07:46 PM)
HardTruth  Wrote: (05-19-2017 07:44 PM)
Lucas based his Star Wars stories from the ancient Mahabharata tests!!

‘I am telling an old myth in a new way’ – George Lucas, creator of Star Wars.

Just sayin!!
.

Interesting. I didn't know that.

Jhikpghf

Both Ramayana and Mahabharata for example, which are thousands of years old, refer to flying machines and weapons of destruction that not only rivals but surpass those of modern man. “The Ramayana , and its companion the Mahabharata, are something like a combination of George Lucas’s Star Wars and J R R Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.

In texts thousands of years old, the combatants fly around in metallic flying machines that run on some sort of ‘anti-gravity’ mechanism and battle each other with particle beam weapons and horrifying explosive devices.”


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If it seeketh, expects, or demands worship, it is not divine!!

Anyone that believes Earth has the only intelligent life in the whole of the cosmos, is a f*cking moron, and shouldn't be allowed an opinion about anything else!!

Fools multiply when wise men are silent - Nelson Mandela

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I've read both. Harry potter is more entertaining.
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RE: What's the difference between the Bible and Harry Potter books ?
general mishka  Wrote: (05-19-2017 07:22 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-19-2017 07:17 PM)
So is it ok to be a homosexual now. God said you have to put them all to death. And this is in the same chapter as the one about shellfish. Do we get to just pick and choose the sins we want.

If we work on the Sabbath, we are to be put to death. God had a man put to death for picking up a couple of sticks on Saturday or Sunday, whatever day your religion prefers to call the sabbath. So should we still murder all those Walmart employees?

So I guess God changes his mind all the time? I always thought God never changes and even Jesus said not a jot or tittle of the law should pass away. I guess Jesus should have said all laws are to be kept except for eating shrimp and mixing fabrics. And now you shouldn't kill homosexuals, unbelievers or people who work on the sabbath. That's so un-2017!

I have a new idea for God. Why doesn't he write a brand new book and tell us which sins are still punishable by death and which ones will get us a slap on the wrist. And make it really clear about that shellfish thing because it could be interpreted differently by someone who just happens to be a homophobic man who works Monday through Friday and likes to eat lobster.

Even Saturday Sabbath keeping was mediated in the New Testament. However, same sex marriage and lust was reaffirmed as sinful in the New Testament. (Romans 1)

Remember, marriage was part of Creation, not just part of the Mosaic law
So are you saying that God changes some of his laws and it is up to us to try to interpret which laws we should keep? I think this is bull. God never changes, according to the OT and according to Jesus who said not a jot or tittle of the law could pass away.

In fact, Jesus made the laws harder to keep. If you hate someone it is like killing them. Lust for a woman was like committing adultery. You just like to make it easy on yourself and interpret the bible in a way that lets you off the hook.

Jesus told a man who had been perfect in all ways that he had to sell everything he owned to earn his ticket to heaven. The man walked away. What would you do? I guess you think Jesus was telling him a lie. I guess greed isn't a sin or pride or not loving your enemies, etc. You can't just cherry pick the bible so you can think you're going to heaven. The road is narrow and few find the way. The Pharisees who followed the law were called sons of Satan because they didn't see their own sin. What are some of your sins?
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