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  1. I actually think that if they objectively teach the Bible in schools, it would actually lead to more secularization because people would see that the Bible is clearly not “God’s word” but a contradictory hodge-podge of stories, some of which are just downright disturbing (e.g. killing babies in the name of God).

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  2. Not if you teach it properly, that the NT fulfills the OT and abrogates some things, like Theocratic Israel, the land promises, the food laws, the feast days, the sacrificial system in the temple, etc.

    there is no more Theocratic Israel since 70 AD.

    Christian principles of just war and self defense never allows for the church (and secular western governments did not have, and have no right to do that either) to think it can do what Israel was commanded to do through Joshua and David’s era.


    • But we know that christians and christianity are embedded with political matters all their history. The submissve christian who waits his enemy to slap him on the other cheek is just a fantasy. Christians themselves know that the teaching doesn’t work in the real life. You have been utilizing the governments since the pagan romans till now.
      It’s really a joke when you say the church has nothing to do with the state. If that had been true, you wouldn’t live in an occupied land that you have stolen from its native people.


    • LOL, you just proved my point.

      Objective people would not make excuses for the horrific things in your Bible, such as the genocide of the Canaanites. Objective people would regard it as horrific no matter if “theocratic Israel” is still functioning or not. Child killing and infanticide is not excusable. But because you are a brainwashed Bible thumper, you just don’t get it.

      So, as I said, if we teach the Bible objectively and rationally, free of the lies of Christianity, then people will see the Bible for what it is…a man-made book with a shady history. Mark Twain probably put it best:

      “It is full of interest. It has noble poetry in it; and some clever fables; and some blood-drenched history; and some good morals; and a wealth of obscenity; and upwards of a thousand lies.”

      That’s the Bible in a nutshell.


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