Comment: Somehow I think if you watched your daughter whipped and raped

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Somehow I think if you watched your daughter whipped and raped

and then sold-off, you would not be as casual with the "forgive thy neighbor" or "love thy neighbor" crap. Jesus flipped the money-changers tables for a far less offense then slavery, acceptable forms of rape, and just war theory -- all of which the bible counsels us on.

God parts enslaving other God parts and God rebuking God parts for not love God enough?

It's maddening -- there's no other area of life where you'd accept such logic for services rendered, hahahahaha.

I could make a good argument for "faith" (why develop it), but it would not make sense in the "light of christian history" nor in the light of a "literal" interpretation of the bible.