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False teachings. False writings?

Discussion in 'Same Faith Debates' started by Disciple of Jesus, Feb 22, 2019.

  1. Disciple of Jesus

    Disciple of Jesus Master of the Magicians

    Jun 19, 2011
    Sorceror Christian
    2 Peter 2:1

    False teaching doesn't just infer some wayward teachings. It means something that can't be true, because it contradicts the real religious beliefs, how could one tell the difference? Perhaps it isn't as difficult as it seems

    A verse that literally, signifies 'Yeshua', as not all knowing, cannot be true. This means something absolute, not opinion or interpretation.

    An interpretation that does not follow the context, possibly from a bad interpretation, could be intentional.

    Translation itself is something to consider. The scribes, I believe, wrote as they went about, in different languages, and later these were compiled, and were translated. If there is something that is absolutely wrong, that one reads, in the .bible, this is most likely a translation problem, and probably not intentional.

    • intentional false teaching tends to follow 'belief', in other words, translating verses to mean something else, which is important, to the religion, in a consistent manner.
    #1 Disciple of Jesus, Feb 22, 2019
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2019
  2. Audie

    Audie Well-Known Member

    Feb 18, 2018
    So why do ya keep reading such stuff if
    ya dont like all that baloney.
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  3. Tony Bristow-Stagg

    Tony Bristow-Stagg A World Citizen
    Premium Member

    May 12, 2017
    I see that All good is from God, all else is from our own selves.

    Thus whatever leads humanity to find its unity, acknowledging we are all created from the same dust, must be good.

    Regards Tony