"ANY kind of harsh language at all is useful to them in order to stir emotions (this is a telltale sign that controversy is the immediate goal and chaos will eventually follow)..."burrs in their butt". The introduction of harsh language also will enable them to feel free to call someone a "liar" and post themselves in a position of authority so that they can make assertions that they actually know the true Greek translation of scripture even though it makes no sense (of course a convenient explanation is that they know Greek anyway because they are Greek). They also present themselves as having the imagined right to be judgemental of other people and have decided that someone doesn't have a "command of the english language". The objective is that we should realize that we don't measure up to their standards, and that we should feel inferior because of that. The false prophet is not a very forgiving person. All in all, subjugation is the name of the game, truth and certainty (stability) is not allowed in darkness."
You have put me in good company. Jesus was a tyrant. He was a rebel. That's why they killed him and John the Baptist before him. "Burrs in their butt" is harsh language? Have you remained in your closet your entire life? The harshest words I've ever heard in my life came from the pulpits of the evangelical churches. (I've heard hundreds of them.) They want to kill and torture, and want to kill and torture you and me.
The next statement is so irrational that confusion is the immediate result, and the foundation of uncertainty has been planted..." The evangelicals can't stand the teachings of Jesus"."
"The evangelicals can't stand the teachings of Jesus" is a true statement. Read The Kingdom of God is Within You by Leo Tolstoy (1894), which is as true today as the day it was written. He points out the errors of many teachings, including the teachings of the evangelicals and the people who were killed for believing the words of Jesus. I stand by the statement that the evangelicals can't stand the teachings of Jesus and are trying to stamp them out. An example: Jesus said that the kingdom of god was on the earth at the time of his ministry and sent his disciples out to teach those exact words. The kingdom of god was here then, it never left and it is still here now. It is not some future time city in the sky.
">>>>I quote the bible and you want a
web site? Who do you think you
are? I used scripture and reasoning<<<<
Your reasoning is nothing short of blasphemy."
You call a literal reading of the bible - the direct teachings of Jesus - blasphemy? I enjoy it. That's a typical evangelical response. When they can't use the words of Jesus to support a scripture, they either call it blasphemy or "of the devil." I enjoy your attacks immensely. I find them very rewarding.
">>>>You call a literal reading of the
bible - the direct teachings of Jesus - blasphemy?<<<<
Nope.............only your teachings!"
I've taught nothing. I've been quoting scripture directly. You are calling the scriptures blasphemous?
"Scripture is not blasphemous but, some of the
interpretations you used for the scriptures are blasphemous.
You twist and turn what people say just like you have done with Bible scriptures."
Name it! And before you do, study about the early Hebrew belief system. Read the book that I mentioned, you'll learn a lot. Also, learn to read the English language, and you'll begin to understand the bible.