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Old November 24th, 2013, 11:08 AM   #9
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'Thou shalt not kill' - unless you are convinced you are killing in the name of your god.
Not in modern Christianity.

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'Thou shalt not have gods before Me' - which makes Catholicism confusing with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
I'm not a Catholic but have heard this argument before..

In the Trinitarian view, the Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost share the one essence, substance or being. The central and crucial affirmation of Christian faith is that there is one savior, God, and one salvation, manifest in Jesus Christ, to which there is access only because of the Holy Spirit. The God of the Old Testament is still the same as the God of the New.

Here is also a very basic explanation of the Trinity.

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'Thou shalt not steal' 'covet' - lots of 'stealing' and 'coveting' in the Middle East over Holy Ground.
Maybe I misread the OP, I thought they were talking about Christianity.

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Me- I like the old tolerance better. Everyone is free to be wrong without infringing on anyone else's right to be wrong.
I agree.

It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg. - Jefferson
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