ipirate2Re: I think you don't get the Nicene CreedTue Jan 24, 2012 07:33188.8.131.52A change in thinking, regardless of the creed, is the moral path that says not to take advantage or profit from the murder of an innocent man. Their bible says just that.
Scripturally speaking, it was God's plan from the beginning to have Adam and Eve eat the forbidden fruit. This can be demonstrated by the fact that the bible says that Jesus "was crucified from the foundations of the Earth," that is to say, God planned to crucify Jesus as atonement for sin before he even created human beings or God damned sin.
If God had not intended humans to sin from the beginning, why did he build into the Creation this "solution" for sin? Why create a solution for a problem you do not anticipate?
God knew that the moment he said "don't eat from that tree," the die was cast. The eating was inevitable. Eve was merely following the plan.
What kind of God would plan and execute the murder of his own son when there was absolutely no need to?
Only an insane God. That’s who.
The cornerstone of Christianity is human sacrifice, thus showing it‘s immorality.
- I think you don't get the Nicene Creed Mirage, Mon Jan 23 22:31"In the sacrifice of Jesus, God demanded that Jesus bear the sins of the wicked who will repent." To trinitarians this argument makes no sense. Most Christian sects today believe in the Nicene Creed. ... more
- Re: I think you don't get the Nicene Creed ipirate2, Tue Jan 24 07:33
- Re: I think you don't get the Nicene Creed Mirage, Tue Jan 24 10:50Um, this is what I am trying to explain to you, and why I asked if you understand the Nicene Creed which has been accepted by the vast majority of Christian churches for many centuries...Trinitarians ... more