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The better analogy here is a legal system that merely reminds you, repeatedly, not to park illegally and a fatal accident eventually happens precisely because you were illegally parked.
With your stupidity undeterred, you go on to argue that it never occurred to you to follow the parking rules because you were never issued a ticket for disobeying them in the first place.
You want a legalistic religion, try judaism. But you can't impugn your idiotic theological speculations on judaism, now, can you?
Why a parking ticket when you can just as easily use eating pork?
Is there a politically-correct rule that says its ok to be a bigot against christianity but not against everyone else?
Last edited by kingrat; 4th April 2017 at 10:19 AM.
It's why some Christians try to pretend "the OT is meaningless, it's just some myths and tall tales....ignore it".....problem with that is...
why couldn't the same be said of the New Testament???