Originally posted by: crobs808 Originally posted by: lightprocess
lightprocess - a fundamentalist believes that everything in the Bible is 100% true. a protestant Christian lives his/her life by the New Testament's teachings from Jesus. Get it? You can believe in the Old Testament's truth, but follow the teachings in the New Testament. That is not selective, since i believe 100% equally. But the Old Testament is not for day-to-day living, or how to live your life, it is meant to give knowledge about who our God is, while the New Testament is meant to give us knowledge on how our God wants us to live.
Originally posted by: lightprocess
You're missing the point that Leviticus also advocates slavery. So is slavery a virtue?
Since you're back crobs, can you finally answer this for me?
you apprently cannot read...try again.
hint: my main point in my previous paragraph was that we use the old testament to understand who God is...we use the new testament to follow God's teachings thru Jesus as an example)
so go ahead and try reading again, maybe you will pick that up.
So God is a proponent of slavery?