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  • Lauren Wascom

    Leviticus: biblical contradictions

  • Lolo

    Atheism, Religion, God is Imaginary, It's in the Bible, Bible Verse, Leviticus, Homosexuality, LGBTQIA, Bigotry, Homophobia, Clothes, No Shellfish, No Pork, Tattoos, Hell. So homosexuality it an abomination because Leviticus says so? Guess what else leviticus says is an abomination... OOPS! I guess we are all going to hell together! Weeeee!

  • Liv Tokyo

    I Stand By My LGBT Friends & Family! I'm Not An Atheist But This Is Damn Funny!!

  • Christa Twitchell
    Christa Twitchell • 1 year ago

    Umm im Christian and my best friend is a lesbian so not every Christian is against homosexuality.

  • Marisha Herbowsky
    Marisha Herbowsky • 1 year ago

    Exactly. While the Bible states that it is wrong for a man to be with another man (in most translations), many Christians don't believe in that. Most of the Christians I know are normal people just living their daily lives. It's just that the majority of Christians who are against homosexuality are very loud about it.

  • Lew Herrera
    Lew Herrera • 1 year ago

    Well said, plus the bible has been translated like 2000 times. It might be time to update the book. Put some moden day prophets in there. Like Pope Francis, Orprah and Anderson Cooper. Knowledge is power people ;)

  • Marisha Herbowsky
    Marisha Herbowsky • 1 year ago

    I know. When you consider the world back then and think how differently someone back would translate and write down something said to them versus someone from present times, them the difference would be remarkable even if they were both taking notes from the exact same thing.

  • NosBoss654
    NosBoss654 • 45 weeks ago

    Hey guys, it said there should be no male gay sex, nothing about women

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  • Random Guise

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  • W

    Funnily enough, the person who ends up doing his daughters is Lot himself.

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