All the Good Days in God: Identifying Biblical Truths

Monday, August 27, 2012

Identifying Biblical Truths

There are not many errors in the Pentateuch, yet errors exist and may cause discord through misunderstandings of other parts of the Bible including the New Testament. The Pentateuch is another word for Torah. The Pentateuch and Torah are the first five chapters of the Old Testament that relate to Moses' time on earth where God reveals secrets behind the nature of earth to ordinary people.

Finding these errors is as simple as thinking about situation created by an action. There are a few thoughts behind finding which passage is correct, incorrect or without consequence when finding inconsistencies between two statements. God is impartial and merciful.

One misunderstood statement has many nullifying statements. It is in the last pages of Deuteronomy. It states "bastards" are not allowed to join congregations for many years. The first problem is "bastard" has multiple meanings. This was translated from a foreign language. In English bastard means someone born out-of-wedlock or hostile person. In the this instance it means a person who proliferates or is hostile against the congregation.

Though an accurate translation there is confusion because of the choice of words. Some Bibles translated from English versions of the Bible clarified the wrong interpretation and state a person born out-of-wedlock should be banned from congregations.

How does a person find the correct interpretation? Being born out-of-wedlock does not defile the Ten Commandments. It is an instance of birth that does not reflect on a person's character. Repeatedly the Bible focuses on individual's blessing or curses according to their actions in avoiding breaking the Ten Commandments. The Bible is formatted to address one Ten Commandment with multiple suggestions to avoid future complications that result in breaking a commandment.

Christ talks about treating neighbors with kindness. His work clarifies misconceptions amongst people who already have an accurate translation and he states a person should treat neighbors as they would themselves. This statement is without exception. It does not state treating neighbors as thyself unless they are a foreigner, go to a different church or they are a bastard.

Next a person imagines consequences of each action. Not allowing someone who proliferates against the congregation to join a congregation makes sense. Their profanities announce a grievance against the church; ergo, allowing them accessing to charities, sanctuary and benefits of belonging to the organization empowers them to do more damage and gives their profanity credibility.

Someone born out-of-wedlock might face many problems like poverty, yet many families have less material wealth. Being without money does not make a person steal or commit sin. There are many people who were raised by one parent after one parent died or parents divorced. They are also as capable as someone with both living parents. People suffer through problems, yet we get through life about the same. There might be turbulence as a youth, yet we learn to be better people and gain a greater understanding of religion as adults.

The most obvious method of knowing which answer is correct is to notice how being mean to someone born out-of-wedlock produces an enemy. Repeatedly through the Bible and real-life (when understanding the Bible explains real-life) subjugation of any person creates retaliation and war. The story begins with people feeling they are better than others or trying enslave people, yet debts are paid and life goes on. Eventually those being subjugated increase in numbers because they want to be great people. They face hardships and develop skills. Eventually people trying to oppress them become unable to defend themselves against a counter attack. They became lazy and overly confident with justification in comparison to those they oppress.

The issue of how many years a person is banned is also misinterpreted. When looking at multiple versions of English Translations of the Bible it is different in several versions. Some say a few years, some say a lifetime and some say ten generations. It is actually only a limited number of years. Unlike laws involving exile, people who profane against a church are merely creating mistrust. They do not have to go into exile. There is no great necessity in relation to how they will survive.

Within five years a provocateur reflects and realizes if they want to rejoin. If rejoining they admit to all the good things the congregation provides. Either their opinion become balanced or they have found another congregation that satisfies their opinions about religion.

This is one of many inconsistencies in the Bible. The Holy Scripture is and should be consistent. If it is not, it is time to reflect on content. It was translated many times through many different languages and there are complications when this activity occurs.

Religious thought is frequently contemplative. Even basically accurate translations in the New Testament are confusing. What is meant by forgiving your brother seventy times seven?

This has potential to mean several statements with equal value. I can think of several. Family is unavoidable; ergo, their brother will always be around and act as he does so a person is happier forgiving their brother. Perhaps the person should practice acceptance and no longer focus on the activities of his brother to avoid forgiving them frequently. Perhaps they must forgive frequently because they are different people with different opinions about life and this causes conflict, yet neither is better nor worse than the other. Forgiveness makes a potential hostile situation better. Perhaps we should forgive other people the way we want to be forgiven because no one is perfect. In any situation, the brother appears to be harmless or the person is critical, because it is important to punish Criminals. Punishing Criminals helps the community and it helps the criminal.

With variation it is difficult creating a correct translation. Sometimes we need to think about the best plan in relation to our own life. If God created the earth and God maintains all that exists on earth what seems like normal life might be more supernatural than we perceive because it is consistent. When acknowledging this and accepting the Bible helps people live longer lives we find the right answers when living an earnest life.

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