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Last edited by Kandahar; 11-01-11 at 01:51 AM.
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Last edited by LuckyDan; 11-01-11 at 02:00 AM. Reason: to add heaviness
(edit: in response to LuckYDan) I wonder what religion he had in mind lol. So I take it that it was all right for Mathew, Mark, and Luke to believe that God spoke to Moses and also to them in their lives and they viewed both as the word of God, but if a Nephi or a Joseph Smith were given revelation from heaven and believed that God spoke to men and women anciently and to them and they viewed both as sacred, they would be a cult. If a cult is opposite of the "Christianity" of your professor, then I love the term.
Last edited by laska; 11-01-11 at 02:08 AM.
I am curious, under your definition of heavily edited, does that then mean that those christian groups that use other than the KJV of the bible, say the Revised Standard Edition, are cults?
His teacher had one religion in mind with those comments, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. When he says edited he means the Book of Mormon quotes many Biblical passages. The problem with that is the New Testament quotes heavily the Old Testament. So if he was consistent he would have to reject the New Testament as scripture.