God commanded a specific people be expelled from the Holy Land as a judgment for their sins. You misunderstand the nature of Biblical authority. It is timelessly true that there were stipulations associated with the Israelite theocracy. God has from all eternity had a plan of redemption that involved the theocracy. He simply did not intend that theocracy to be eternal but to be a precursor to Christ. This is the main lesson of the New Testament book of Hebrews.
Thanks for that! Your three word combo sounded like a fourth word was needed to complete the thought, my brain basically interpreted it as new age type woo.
In my experience on this board, we all have our preferred "urban legends" but most people--no matter which side of an argument they are on" are always to have a deeper exploration of a given point.
I'm sure there is some of that. But I think it goes deeper.
Nice opinion. try again.
The very fact that you choose to skip over the present dangers that stem from illegal immigration and go back to christian shaming says quite a lot.
What is useful about faith? The Christian has faith they are correct. The Hindu has faith he is correct. The Muslim has faith his point of view is correct. The white supremacist has faith he is correct. The flat earth believers have faith they are correct. All these examples have faith and it seems no evidence to the contrary will convince them to come to a different conclusion. How is that beneficial or a good thing?
How is that even possible? You can not change the ACTUAL writing. It is what it is. All you can do is get follower to a place where they realize that it is either; outdated, incorrect or not literal. Which is exactly what has happened. Why you chose to overlook that fact is the part that is bewildering.
Yes, you did. I was very clear on the subject of a world wide flood. You shifted to small local floods. Which still kills the bibles claims.
Because We do (note proper noun).