'Knowledge' and 'Belief' as Primordial Antitheses

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Re: 'Knowledge' and 'Belief' as Primordial Antitheses

Post by nothing »

Authority is not idolatry....if it were than any statement you make on behalf of your stance, as you are an authority is idolatrous.

Regardless I ask for a quote in scripture where Jesus condones rape.
Authority as truth is idolatry.
Truth as authority is not.

Truth is not (in) a mundane man, as man lives and dies.
Jesus was a man, yet is an idol worshiped by idol worshipers.
Muhammad was a man, yet is an idol worshiped by idol worshipers.
"Mercy upon mankind" idols are worshiped by the dead (unconscious)
as the latter religiously justify rape by way of imitation of the former.

To know all thus: not to believe
tends towards all-knowing,
god-or-no-god.
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Re: 'Knowledge' and 'Belief' as Primordial Antitheses

Post by Eodnhoj7 »

All who speak on behalf of a set of ideals do so on authority. Authority is inevitable as authority represents the apex of understanding of said set of ideals. Respecting authority is in itself not a worship of authority. According to Christian belief Jesus is not even dead, but rather still alive. According to muslims he lives on as well in paradise.

Regardless I ask for a quote in scripture where Jesus condones rape, you keep ignoring this keep statement.
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