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18 de Agosto de 2017 às 01:51Hi,
I wanted to ask you a couple of questions about some places you've gone to, this is actually the quest . Thanks! http://lesbeaux.com.br/orientation_n.php?2627
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Sent: Thursday, August 17, 2017 8:51 PM
Subject: Holy Shit.
That was a really interesting article, thanks for sharing. One of the things that turned me away from Christianity were the bible readings we had every week at church. I just remember hearing some of these stories like where everyone in Sodom is killed as if every last person (including, I assume, infants) is deserving of death. Then Jesus comes along and all of a sudden we're all supposed to love each other.
I don't know enough about biblical scholarship to debate some of the comments. But I find the argument interesting that the bible is our most historical document as we have so many copies. I've often heard that as an argument for the bible's infallibility. What I don't understand is how that in any way solves all the inconsistencies and contradictions within the bible itself.
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