Burning The Bible

I am just writing this down so I don’t forget to write about this subject, kind of like a post it note. But this thing we have, about excommunicating each other if we dare discuss the bible with each other, and then prohibit each other from talking to each other, is no different than the Catholic Church, burning the books, and killing anyone if they are caught with a Bible, no different at all. And this thing we have about DFING anyone who discusses the bible with a fellow believer, and having that believer tell the local bishops that we talked to them about the bible, is spiritual murder, and in some cases it leads to actual self murder. The blood is on their hands.

Seasons And Years 1914

Galatians 4: 8-17

 Nevertheless, when you did not know God, you were enslaved to those who are not really gods.  But now that you have come to know God or, rather, have come to be known by God, how is it that you are turning back again to the weak and beggarly elementary things and want to slave for them over again? 10  You are scrupulously observing days and months+ and seasons and years. 11  I fear for you, that somehow I have wasted my efforts on you. 12  Brothers, I beg you, become as I am, because I also used to be as you are. You did me no wrong. 13  But you know that it was because of a physical illness that I had my first opportunity to declare the good news to you. 14  And though my physical condition was a trial for you, you did not treat me with contempt or disgust; but you received me like an angel of God, like Christ Jesus. 15  Where is that happiness you had? For I bear you witness that, if it had been possible, you would have gouged out your eyes and given them to me. 16  So, then, have I become your enemy because I tell you the truth? 17  They are zealous to win you over, but not for a good purpose; they want to alienate you from me, so that you may be eager to follow them.

Could it be the 7 ?


adjective: scrupulous
  1. (of a person or process) diligent, thorough, and extremely attentive to details.
    “the research has been carried out with scrupulous attention to detail”
    antonyms: careless



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For other uses, see Apostasy (disambiguation).

Logo of The Campaign for Collective Apostasy in Spain, calling for defection from the Catholic Church.

Apostasy (/əˈpɒstəsi/; Greek: ἀποστασία (apostasia), “a defection or revolt”) is the formal disaffiliation from, or abandonment or renunciation of a religion by a person. It can also be defined within the broader context of embracing an opinion contrary to one’s previous beliefs.[1] One who commits apostasy (or who apostatizes) is known as an apostate. The term apostasy is used by sociologists to mean renunciation and criticism of, or opposition to, a person’s former religion, in a technical sense and without pejorative connotation.

The term is occasionally also used metaphorically to refer to renunciation of a non-religious belief or cause, such as a political party, brain trust, or a sports team.

Apostasy is generally not a self-definition: very few former believers call themselves apostates because of the negative connotation of the term.

Many religious groups and some states punish apostates. Apostates may be shunned by the members of their former religious group[2] or subjected to formal or informal punishment. This may be the official policy of the religious group or may simply be the voluntary action of its members. Certain churches may in certain circumstances excommunicate the apostate, while some religious scriptures demand the death penalty for apostates. Examples of punishment by death for apostates can be found under the Sharia code of Islam.[3][4]