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They take a lot of comments down also! Do you see, Christianity runs every other religion down, I am beginning to believe the powers that be have reversed Satan and Christian, guess that is why the evil ones all claim to be Christian! Watch this be taken down! I don't think there is a platform that does not use duct tape.
I looked at your other video and I totally agree, thank you so much for answering my questions, the very (one of the) reason I left Christianity was the fact that they visualize a man on a thrown in the sky, they pray to this man in the sky. I truly believe we have to go within and lift ourselves up! I now have confirmation! Thank you!
"There is a part in the Bible where it says Satan is the god of this world." Good point. But my quotation references OWNERSHIP, whereas your quotation references RULERSHIP. As we can easily understand, I may own a vessel but allow you to be its captain for a time - so these two quotations are not contradictory. "There are so many contradictions in the Bible." Whenever this is said, and then explained with a specific reference, it invariably is shown to be false. Just one example, in the OT it is explained that fowls of a certain kind may not be eaten, and a list of various sorts is given, together with a reference to an owl - which the atheist then jumps on with glee, and tells us that an owl is not a fowl, ie a bird, it is a mammal. But the scripture was translated from the Masoretic text in the early 1600s, and at that time, English defined a fowl as a flying creature, and the etymology can be shown to support the idea. According to the meaning of the word fowl at the time, then, a bird and an owl can both fly, and so the word is used correctly. Just so with the entomologist's objection that insects have six legs, and so when the OT says in a certain place that they "go on four legs" this is assumed to mean that God does not know how many legs His various creatures have. But if you actually look at an insect locomoting, you see that at any one time, it only has four legs on the ground, and so is exactly described as "going on four legs." Another favourite objection for some reason is that serpents do not speak, so it is ridiculous that Eve is described as speaking with one. Such objectors have presumably been taught about, but have forgotten, the meaning of the word "metaphor", but even if they have not, then the exact way the scripture is written never makes the serpent a beast of the field. If this was the meaning, it would have been described as the MOST subtle of all the beasts of the field, or more subtle than any OTHER of the beasts of the field. This is not what scripture says - a close and careful reading shows that the serpent was by no means one of the beasts of the field; in fact the word "nachash" has three variants, noun, adjective, and verb. The first means a serpent, the second means shining, and the third, to deceive; so we see that this is an ideal word to metaphorically apply to what is clearly intended to mean your god, Lucifer.
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