Saturday, December 5, 2009
The "We Say So" factor of Religions and Beliefs
I’m constantly amazed by the “flexibility” of “religion.”
If you’re a homosexual then certain charity or faith based charity medical will deny you medical help.
I’m sure “Christ” asked before he laid his hands on people what their sexual persuasion was.
And that “Gays” and “Lesbians” can’t go to heaven. I was under the impression that there was some guy with a book at the front of heaven that directed you where to go.
I guess those pedophile priests, sexual predator preachers, lesbian nuns, and gay priests and ministers are just screwed now.
Or their thinking, “Hey, I’m going to Hell, might as well make the most of it!”
And then there is Christ.
Does it ever mention in the bible (any version) mention that he got married?
I mean, back then you had to marry early in life. During the time that the play Romeo and Juliet takes place they would be about 13 or 14 years of age.
Due to better nutrition in our modern world, women begin having their menstrual cycle earlier starting as early in some cases as 9.
During the time that Romeo and Juliet takes place they began around age 16 or 17.
So by doing basic math, Christ should have gotten married around the age of 14 or say 15?
But by the time of his death around age 30 there’s no mention of children or a wife.
Now, ok, so the guys Jewish. And his mother Mary, being a Jewish mother would never ever think any girl is good enough for her son. Especially since he’s the son of “God.”
Now I don’t care who you are, but the idea of you or your family marrying “up” to the “Son of God”…come on. There must have been tons of girls and women willing to marry him.
But I guess that’s why Mary Magdalene is considered a “whore” in the bible.
Christ’s mother Mary must have had a hand in writing it.
What are your thoughts on this?