Biblical Marriages

Because we all follow the bible to the letter –


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    sambo78
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    Man, as soon as they start making laws according to the bible like the founding fathers intended, I’m gonna get my rape on. I can dig enough shekels out of the couch.

    DMYTRIW WDS
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    I’m holding out for slaves from neighboring countries myself, and beating people who have to work on Sundays to death, and stoning to death people who eat shellfish, wear polyester, cheat on their spouses, the spouses who got cheated on, and uppity children.

    #makecasemdsgreatagain
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    female virgins of mcs raise your hands

    Death_to_Dude
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    Death_to_Dude

    ZING…oh wait, no, no, nevermind.

    centerNegative
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    Yeah? And? Is this post intended to draw opposition to this sort of thing? Because No.

    DMYTRIW WDS
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    Think it’s trying to point out the fact that the people who say “the bible says marriage is between one man and one woman” probably never read the bible.

    centerNegative
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    Well, regardless of the heavy-handed attempt at refuting it’s already dubious credibility, anyone interested in using this as a critical debating point in support of gay marriage probably also didn’t read that same Bible, because those points are resolved with a little more clarity, typically lots of fire and stones and sweet, sweet death.

    sambo78
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    True, but is worth showing that some people tend to cherry pick what they want to believe from the bible. They don’t seem to support rape victims being forced to marry their attackers, but they steadfastly condemn gay marriage.

    centerNegative
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    Technically, anyone (of the Christian faith) clinging to those antiquated Mosaic tenets and using them to perpetrate their cultural elitism is being devious, hypocritical, ignorant, and/or simply confused. Jesus repealed the Mosaic law, as he had the authority to, and boiled everything down to loving God and your neighbour, and more or less dismissed the generally bloodthirsty set of laws by which the Jews had carved out their little niche in the world. The ‘eye for an eye’ became ‘turn the other cheek’, etc., so the way of thinking presented in this image, while being totally OK with me, shouldn’t… Read more »

    DMYTRIW WDS
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    @centernegative

    How about you stop being preoccupied with guys dicking each other and let consenting adults do whatever the fuck they want.

    crewmanguy
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    Do all Concubines dress like “I Dream of Jeanie”?
    Also, is it rape if he just spooged all over her dress like that?

    dre
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    dre

    ask billy clinton, he’ll have an answer for ya

    sherlockbonez
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    Can’t you just have some randoms on the side instead of having so many wifes?

    przxqgl
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    centerNegative
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    @ dmytriw-wds Deal with it, white knight/moralfag.

    sambo78
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    Every guy I new in high school who was like you ended up gay.

    centerNegative
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    You went to Bayside?

    RHJunior
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    It’s always tiresome when a biblical illiterate tries making commentary. Let’s take it from the top: 1)Marriages were usually arranged— but were not required by law, they were a cultural habit (one known to every culture on EARTH) , and forbidding “interfaith marriages”(which took place anyway) might have had something to do with the fact that other “faiths” in the region engaged in human sacrifice and other depravities. Brides were not stoned “if they could not prove their virginity…” they were stoned if it were proven that, during their engagement, they had cheated (a little technique involving being able to… Read more »

    przxqgl
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    It’s always tiresome when a biblical illiterate tries making commentary.

    ironic, isn’t it…