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Corrective Answer- Bible


Statement of Faith 1:1

We believe the Bible, comprised of the Old and New Testaments, to be the inspired, infallible, and authoritative Word of God (Matthew 5:182 Timothy 3:16-17).

18 For truly, I say to you, suntil heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass from the Law until all is accomplished.   Matt 5:18

16 dAll Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, 17 that ethe man of God2 may be complete, fequipped gfor every good work.    2 Timothy 3:16-17

Fantasy Correction 1:1 -

In one breath the Christians say they believe in the Old Testament and it is infallible and authoritative "Word of God."  Yet in the next breath they say that they don't have to follow what the Old Testament says because "The blood" of Jesus has done away with the old law.  They give a violent image in hopes that you will be intimidated and not answer.  They say there is now the new law instead (the New Testament).  This is a blatant contradiction in statements which is typical statements for a Christian.  They think they are exempt from stating any contradictions. 

They state that the Old Testament is the inspired and authoritative "Word of God."  This infallible and authoritative label means that the many commandments in the Old Testament have to be followed, such as the Ten Commandments.  The Christians in fact quote the Ten Commandments all the time.  Yet they violate the first four of the Ten Commandments with their stated fantasy religious story, as well as the ninth commandment "not to bear false witness."  That is violating five of the Ten Commandments.

Christians say that Jesus is "God in the Flesh."  This violates the first and most important Commandment, "Thou shall not have false Gods before me."  By Christians saying that Jesus is a God, and the Father is a God, and the Holy Ghost is a God, clearly violates this commandment.  By saying these as actually three persons in one God and that they are all equal in power and stature as one God is another blatant contradiction.  Jesus stated that the Father God was greater than he.  Jesus stated many times that he didn't know things that only the Father God knew.  So the Holy Ghost also didn't know.  The Jesus God prayed to the Father God in the Garden of Gethsemane to beg him to change his fate, which he didn't.  John the Baptist baptized people for the remission of sins and he baptized the Jesus God who allegedly was perfect and had never sinned.  Immediately after Jesus got baptized the other God, the Holy Ghost, descended into Jesus.  The Jesus God called "his God" the Father God, not the Holy Ghost.  This contradicts what the Old Testament says about there being only one God and no savior and that there is only one God and God is not in any man form.  "There is no other."  How can an infinite God also have finite qualities.

It also violates the third of The Ten Commandments to "not take the name of the Lord in vain. " Does the super-hero status of Jesus man is God, disclose the believer's ego (vanity) to have him as a personal big brother savior, or Superman.

Crosses and Statutes also violates the second of the Ten Commandments to not have graven images of God.  Any three dimensional characterization of Jesus, the dove Holy Ghost God or the Father God or any symbol representing these three Gods violates this commandment.

The ninth commandment of the Ten Commandments is not to bear false witness.  By Christians proclaiming to others that Jesus is God or that there are three Gods in one God is clearly bearing false witness.

The stating that God breathed out all the scriptures is absolute vanity.  Then follows the ridiculous statement that these scriptures are profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training is wishful thinking.  The New Testament is the most contradictory book ever written.  It says one thing, then says the opposite.  This is done throughout the whole New Testament.  And this is, as the infallible scripture says, to make the man "complete?"  Christians have committed to believing the New Testament is the word of God so they do everything imaginable to try to prove the scriptures are correct so that they don't seems like fools for believing anything they are told to believe without thinking about the statements.

Statement of Faith 1:2

In faith we hold the Bible to be inerrant in the original writings, God-breathed, and the complete and final authority for faith and practice (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

16 dAll Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, 17 that ethe man of God2 may be complete, fequipped gfor every good work.    2 Timothy 3:16-17

Fantasy Correction 1:2

Bible inerrant???  Have they read their New Testament???  The whole book was composed by an errant Council of Nicaea.  The Council chose the books they wanted that supported their objectives.  And those "inerrant" writings they chose were changed many times by many people as all scholars agree on.  God's breathing sounds like a great image but certainly had nothing to do with the "final authority for faith and practice."  It is man who breathed the final authority for faith.  God would not breath out something so stupid.

Statement of Faith 1:3

While still using the individual writing styles of the human authors, the Holy Spirit perfectly guided them to ensure they wrote precisely what He wanted written, without error or omission (2 Peter 1:21).

21 For kno prophecy was ever produced by the will of man, but men spoke from God las they were carried along by the Holy Spirit.

Fantasy Correction 1:3

I guess the Holy Spirit was giver the job of ensuring that these humans wrote precisely what it wanted.  The Holy Spirit did a terrible job.  Maybe the job should have been given to the Father God instead.  Without error or omission??? Just another case of Christians says what sounds good hoping that the listeners are too lazy to investigate the statement. 

There are so many errors in the New Testament that is would be very difficult to number the amount.  There are omissions in the writings everywhere such as are found in the Genealogy of Jesus.  Every book of the New Testament conflicts with another part in the same book or in another book.  Holy Ghost - you are fired!!!

The scripture given is a good example.  "Men spoke from God."  Which God??? I can see that it says these men were carried along by the Holy Ghost so I assume that it wasn't that God.  Here is an example of the writings omitting which God it was.  Was it the Jesus God or was it the Father God.