Categories: Bible, Christianity, Islam, London, Speakers Corner

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  1. Paul W.
    Another good video.

    I think that Christianity is like shrink wrap for the mind. It does not encourage independent thought and analysis.

    The Christian people you talk to in these videos are incapable of critically analyzing their own faith beliefs, instead they seem to just regurgitate the same old unconvincing lines (John 3:16; 14:6; etc.) that they are taught as children sitting in Sunday school class.

    It was very entertaining to watch the young lad in the video try and convince a highly knowledgeable Paul Williams, with a ridiculous and clumsy reference to an acronym related to G.O.S.P.E.L. which he never really illustrated and defined properly anyway. And after all how convincing is an “English” acronym when Jesus spoke Aramaic (not English). He should have come up with an acronym for Injeel, or evangelion or the Aramaic word for “Gospel.” – Whatever, clearly this guy was not very well informed.

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  2. Don’t forget that the tax collector had to partake in the three compulsory festivals for all male Israelites, Passover, Feast of Weeks and the Feast of Tabernacles. Sin offerings and burnt offerings would be offered for the tax collector to make atonement.

    Also daily and monthly burnt offerings and sin offerings for all the people, including the repentant tax collector.

    For the Israelite there was no fellowship with God without blood sacrifice.

    See Numbers chapter 28 and 29.



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