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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 29, 2002 22:06:12 UTC

"Have you turned those skeptical eyes towards your Christain beliefs?"

Yes. I am a very skeptical person. I don't just read the Bible and say 'well that part doesn't make any sense at all, but it must be true'. Whenever I have a question about the Bible, or I think the scriptures contradict themselves, I always ask my parents, or someone with a large knowledge of scriptures. And the answer is almost always satisfactory. I say almost because there are some things in the Bible which we will never know why God did it. It does not make sense to us, but it all fits in somehow with God's plan. It's ok to be sceptical of the Bible as long as you ask what you are sceptical about. Don't just say 'well that part doesn't make sense to me so the Bible isn't true'. Ask someone. Ask me. I'm haven't memorized the whole Bible or anything, but I do know alot. And I know people who can find out. KC2GWX 73's

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