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75%+ teaching from the bible only?

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by laterunner, Feb 24, 2006.

  1. laterunner

    laterunner New Member

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    On the ''endtime'' farm where I responded to Jesus, the children were

    taught solely through the bible or by using it as the back up to the

    teachers method/scheme.

    Any one had this type of teaching? If so where are you in your''walk'' now?

    How did it train you for ''life''?

    Do you think it as good a way as any other??

    I don't really know because I wasn't there long enough.
     
  2. Petrel

    Petrel New Member

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    Well, I don't see much calculus in the Bible. I don't think I'm missing any books.

    How can you possibly teach physics, chemistry, biology, anatomy, literature, history, algebra, calculus, philosophy or the humanities using only one textbook written thousands of years ago and not even intended for that purpose?
     
  3. gb93433

    gb93433 Active Member

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    gb93433 Active Member

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    A lot of people are taught about God from the Bible but really do not know Him. They have never been taught to be obedient to God and make disciples.
     
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    Deacon Well-Known Member
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    ugggh double post
     
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    Deacon Well-Known Member
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    Come'on Petrel, what do you think the book of Numbers is there for??? [​IMG]

    Rob
     
  7. Petrel

    Petrel New Member

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    Ahh! My ignorance exposed! [​IMG]
     
  8. DHK

    DHK <b>Moderator</b>

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    Are we not commanded to go forth and "multiply?"
     
  9. wopik

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    do these folks, then, keep 'the holidays of the Bible' ? For these holidays are the only ones being kept by the NT Christians.


    Sunday worship, Easter and Christmas aren't in the Bible.


    Easter was partly derived from Passover, but Easter is not the same as Passover.


    "Most Christians today observe Easter-Sunday instead of the Biblical Passover. The two feasts are seen as being essentially the same, the latter being the continuation of the former. In reality, however, the two feasts have different dates, meanings, and origin" (From Sabbath to Sunday; ch. 2).


    In the early second century, the Church at Rome began celebrating the day of Jesus' resurrection on the Sunday following the Passover of the 14th of Nisan (Abib).


    The observance grew in importance for the majority of Christians, eventually overshadowing the Apostolic Passover tradition (as referred to by the bishop of Smyrna, Polycarp), although many small groups throughout the world have held to the Apostolic tradition.
     
  10. billwald

    billwald New Member

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    If you want your children to be haulers of water and hewers of wood, teach only from the Bible.
     
  11. wopik

    wopik New Member

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    ?????


    one can be a rocket scientist and still obey God.
     
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