Kirk Franklin: Bible is not homophobic!
“It is horrible that we have made it where the Bible is a homophobic manual,” Franklin said. “That’s not what the Bible is. I mean you want to talk about things that God gets at… pride and jealousy and envy and arrogance. But what we also see is God sending his son to save us all, because we were all… straight, gay or whatever, lost and in need of a [savior], and there’s room at the cross for all of us.” I agree with him! According to Bible, the evil is to make sex and whatever else an idol! (Read the article here)
Religious books banned from schools
“The distribution of Bibles in six schools in Tennessee has been banned after a complaint has been filed. Jennifer Terry, superintendent of the Bledsoe County Schools in Pikeville, believes that distributing the Holy Scripture violates the U.S. Constitution. Bledsoe County Schools do not allow the distribution of religious materials from any religious groups. The distribution of religious materials in a public school is in violation of constitutional provisions and well established federal and state laws and precedence,” she explained, according to the Christian News Network.” I wonder if also other religious books are banned. I wonder if also the mormon book is banned or any other book … The question is: why the Bible is banned? It may be that Bible is a dangerous book. This is true, Bible is dangerous to those people that don’t love Truth! (Read the article here)
I didn’t know that Bible allows people to smoke marijuana!
“According to Elaine Biddersingh, the “Godly woman” charged along with her husband with the murder of her stepdaughter, Scripture says she should smoke marijuana daily. “The Bible said to use herbs,” she admitted.” If your know only two or three verses of the Bible and if you quote passages outside they literary and historical context, so everything is possible! It is even possible to say that God doesn’t exist! Bible, also, reflect the kind of person you are. Don’t forget it! (Read the article here)
Biblical reflection from Africa
“As man, every one of us has needs. These needs can be divided into two parts: physical and spiritual needs. Unfortunately, all of us recognise our physical needs but not all of us recognise the spiritual needs. We should however note that the spiritual needs are more important than the physical. You may ask why? Well, the answer is simple. In our life’s manual, we are told about how we came into being. The Bible tells us in Genesis 2:7 that we were formed from dust: this is our physical part (our body/flesh). The passage went on to say for man to become a living souls, God blew into his nostrils the breathed life.” Edna Small give us this wonderful biblical reflection on our real needs. This is a simple and clear reading of the Bible and we should learn to read Bible in the same way (Read the article here)