Have you read ALL of Jesus teachings and words? Apr 21, 2021 12:12:50 GMT -6
Post by lionofgod on Apr 21, 2021 12:12:50 GMT -6
hmmm, I did post the copy of the rules and my personal beliefs didn't conflict. But you are asserting that when you say historical tenants, you really mean popularly accepted beliefs. Because history has been rewritten for ever as new truth and evidence arrises, learning is adjusted, accept in this case, where you wish to assert that history is static and all wisdom than can be gained from it beyond what is already documented by the specific writings of a couple of authors can be considered fact. That is in itself contradictory to rational thought. All "we" need, is that a statement that you personally know all there is to know about Christs teachings, or is it that you assert no truth can be contained in any document not printed in the current version of what ever bible you personally use? Rule 1 states that Every teaching and statement worthy of study in the entire life of Jesus Christ is contained in the "bible"? I fully understand your position, and since Jesus in the writings you don't read states that all who propagate the false gospels will be judged against the ones they led astray, I've no issue with anyone holding any belief they choose. I choose to promote Jesus. If you are saying it is an unwritten rule that his teachings and history that is not covered in your text, is invalid and a lie, perhaps that is how it should be phrased. Perhaps it can be altered to read. "We accept no Christian teachings or documents or other historical information, that we do not already have. Furthermore, no discussion of Jesus writings outside the ones that are popularly accepted and read, are considered to be truthful or trustworthy, as we place 100 percent faith in the human compilers of the written and accepted bible versions we choose, above any other words of Jesus to the contrary." This would be a more acurate representation of what you are saying, would it not?