Yes ! I meant what was just and unjust in God' s eyes.You asked "How can mere human judge what's just or unjust." and my response is they do it every day.
I have already pointed to where it is mandated that nonbelievers are to be murdered.
So you say it used to be okay to have slaves but not now? But you can't say why? I never mentioned nonbelievers not having slaves I don't know why you would jump to that conclusion. Obviously slavery has been going on well before people made up the bible.
The antisemitic rhetoric within the New Testament is well documented. Like I said before, its up to your interpretation whether or not it is "baked in" or man using scripture to do evil. You should review the link below.
There are many scientists that happen to be Christian, but none of them are putting out pseudoscience like that.
I don't believe anything, I look at what the vast majority of those in the know have to say about it and make up my own mind about what I think is most likely.
Oh no! You're going to make me watch Ted Cruz... This guy is so slimy it makes me cringe. And don't think I just hate republicans, I've got no love for Pelosi or Schumer either. So Cruz is putting out flat out lies and half truths, as is common from him. I think Mr. Aaron Mair didn't do a very good job responding to the senator. Cruz is cherry picking data to argue in the direction the fossil fuel industry pays him to.
Yes you did! Dealt with just the rape one in Isaiah I believe. The consequences of sin is death. Whether we like it or not He dealt with it promptly in the old testament.
No I'm saying for some reason it was common till the 1800's. Why I don't know, why wasn't it abolished sooner. No clue. Could I guess yes but that don't help either one of us. Why God allowed it
I've seen alot of coping and pasteing, videos of others opinions and research. What's your heart tell you? I have not picked up a book or googled one thing. Wanting to be real with you. Not beat you down with miles of other opinions. Really is it of any weight or value to quote posts of a book someone hasn't read.