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Old September 9th, 2010 #11
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Originally Posted by Hugh View Post
Christianity is not practiced according the Bible, most Christians have never read the Bible, and only a tiny handful of quotes from the New Testament are used, to illustrate general points.

Thus what the Bible says or doesn't say, is totally irrelevant when it comes to analysing or attacking Christian beliefs, as none follow the Bible.
Christian adj. Professing belief in Jesus as Christ or following the religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus.
I overheard a homeless guy talking to himself once, he said, "The Devil believes in God, it's not enough to believe, you must obey". This struck me as being quite accurate. It's easy to claim to be this or that or to claim to have a set of beliefs, but actually having them is a different matter.

So if christians are only vaguely familiar with the teachings of jesus the christ, then how can anyone take them or their beliefs seriously? They aren't even serious about their beliefs.