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10 Bible Excerpts That Are Too Explicit For Church

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Something here to consider if you haven’t ever come across these bizarre quotes from the bible. These texts are found from Exodus, I Kings, II Kings, Ezekiel, Judges, Numbers, Deuteronomy and I Samuel. These may leave you asking questions.

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  • novenator

    Missed this one:
    Deuteronomy 22:28-29

    If a man
    happens to meet a virgin who is not pledged to be married and rapes her
    and they are discovered, he shall pay her father fifty shekels of silver. He must marry the young woman, for he has violated her. He can never divorce her as long as he lives.

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  • Guss

    what question? just some quotes from a very old scifi book . 😀

  • Me

    This verse is about premarital sex (ie “Fornication”) – not Rape in the modern sense. Even CONSENSUAL pemarital sex is considered RAPE in G-ds eyes – for it is a violation of the pre-ordered law. BOTH PARTIES are guilty.
    IGNORANCE of the Divine ways and Laws and lack of understanding will be NO EXCUSE on Judgement day.

  • Me

    You are MOCKING G-d!!! Not just a BOOK!!!
    Have you any idea what will come of that?!

    “Any sin a man commits will be forgiven, but he who BLASPHEMs G-d, WILL NOT BE FORGIVEN” – Blasphemy (Mocking G-d and/or His Word) is the ONE UNPARDONABLE OFFENSE – in all of scripture.
    I’d REPENT of that if I were you!!!

  • minie

    that is the old laws . not one sin is greater then another its all sin and if you believe in the son of God and what he did for us. and you ask for for giveness it will be given and you will not end up in hell

  • minie

    actually the only sin God will not foregive is you choosing to worship other gods

  • LarryMH47

    Not sure what point you’re trying to make. I’ve seen all of these passages before, IN CHURCH. Each had its purpose. You missed my favorite:

    Jdg_5:26 She put her hand to the nail, and her right hand to the workmen’s hammer; and with the hammer she smote Sisera, she smote off his head, when she had pierced and stricken through his temples.

    Don’t assume every smile is one of welcome.

  • http://plus.google.com/+OleOlson novenator

    Prove it, because I see a lot of mentions of rape and slavery, etc. Show me the evidence that the verse I quoted doesn’t mean forcible rape.

  • Dustin A Ducklow

    Premarital sex was the equivalent of rape because only virgins were considered fit to be married. If you had sex before marriage as a women you were no longer able to get married.

  • postingacomment

    What watered down, soft and pink church have you been to (actually it’s pretty clear you haven’t been at all)? None of this is “too explicit” or not talked about in churches.

  • andyoo

    It’s the middle east. what else do you expect?

  • solerso

    Maybe Old in testament stuff, there are lots of examples of tremendously nasty and disturbed violence on that account. According to Christian Beliefs (Of which for Christians, the Old Testament should have no authority) The only “unforgiveable sin” Is to Deny the Existence of God, actually, The “Holy Spirit” which could be interpreted to mean the denial of even the possibility of God.

  • solerso

    None of those quotes come from Christian Scripture. I’m not sure why the Old testament became so important to some Gentile Christians, but I think I can guess why it became useful to some of their leaders..

  • solerso

    Marriages were primarily economic arrangements for families then, and families were large and extended like little corporations. It was about protecting the family from economic liability, even ruin and had nothing to do with protecting girls or punishing them for sex, per se.

  • pacman

    They still are in parts of the world.

  • Mad Dog 20/20 1975-76

    How do you do!

  • Aj Tyne

    Consensual premarital sex is called fornication in the Bible. Rape is rape. This verse clearly refers to rape. If it seems lenient, that is to help the woman who would have to live with this her whole life.

  • dad

    Anyone who believes any of these bronze age stories lacks critical thinking skills. It’s just imprinting, just like how you used to believe in Santa Claus.

  • liaisonsus

    They still do..Nothing has changed much and we are going back to cromagnon years with our rightwingers in Washington!

  • liaisonsus

    It does indeed!

  • liaisonsus

    I for one thing will end up in Hell because I certainly don’t believe in all that man made BS and one thing for sure, hell will be populated with a lot of very interesting people!

  • liaisonsus

    How can one be blasphemous about myths? Repent of what? God is a man made entity made to his image and not a pretty one, I must say!

  • liaisonsus

    Do I sense some fascim? Your attitude is what permitted one of the worst well organized genocide in human history and it happened on this Continent!
    100 million natives were killed in the name of your Fucking God!

  • Kelli Arrington-Trice

    What they need to do, they chose to not do on purpose. Because if they showed what text it came from, then that would either make them truthful or liars. The first two passages I do remember reading it in the Bible, please don’t ask me where. But the other ones that they are coming up with is stuff that’s made up. What they are getting you to do is, if the first two are in the Bible, then the rest has got to be. RIGHT….. WRONG. People pay close attention when people try and lure you with their junk.

  • minie

    I dont teach or even belong to a church becuase the church is not rightly dividing the word of God and for what you said its your opions as it is mine I. dont claim to be anything but a believer OF GOD AND HIS SON .

  • JenMLX

    “Do not think that I [Jesus] have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke or a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. (Matthew 5:17-18)

  • Chuck Upster

    Then why are you here if it is of no interest to you other than to harass someone else for their beliefs?

  • Christiana Blikstad

    Actually, they’re all in the Bible. Here are the references
    1. Exodus 2:11-12
    2. I Samuel 18:25-27
    3. Judges 15:15-16 (the translation they have here is not true, it’s a paraphrase of the actual words. The correct words are, for the second line, heaps upon heaps)
    4. 1 Kings 38-40
    5. Leviticus (I’m not sure where, but I have read it before)
    6. Exodus (again, can’t remember where, but have read it.)
    7. Judges 3:16-21
    8. Ezekiel 23:20
    9. 2 Kings 3:23-25
    10. Leviticus (this only applies to the inner court to sacrifice.)
    However, these are, for the most part, taken out of context. For example, Korah had disobeyed Moses, blasphemed God, and tried to take over control of the group when it was clearly the responsibility and privilege God had given Moses. They are true, but not in the manner they’ve been put here. If anyone disagrees or wants to debate what I’ve said here, please, by all means say something.

  • Superman

    How is this too explicit for church? And it didn’t even list the sexual metaphors in Song of Songs/Solomon. And the ones they used are mostly paraphrased or taken out of context.

  • http://webbpage.cwahi.net/ RadarRecon

    “None of those quotes come from Christian Scripture” because Christians choose not to read the “Old” Testament and don’t consider relevant to them. And since they don’t know the “Old” Testament, they don’t understand the “New” Testament, at least 10% of which is quotes from the “Old” Testament..

  • http://webbpage.cwahi.net/ RadarRecon

    These are all plainly stated in scripture. However, many things in scripture would be understood if we were able to read it in its original languages.

    One example: “Satan” is not a proper name. It is almost always preceded by the definite article, and is thus “the accuser” or “the adversary.” Also, “Lucifer” is not the devil’s name. It was carried over to old English versions from the Catholic Latin Vulgate. Read in CONTEXT in the 14th chapter of Isaiah (the only place it’s mentioned), it’s speaking of the king of Babylon (v. 4) and means “light bringer”.

  • Rebecca Shrock

    Okay…..why didn’t you quote the Book, chapter, and verses of these “explicit” texts? Curious.

  • Keith Jenkins

    FYI, the Early Church clearly considered the Hebrew Bible (i.e. the Old Testament) their own scripture as well. In fact, they declared a man named Marcion, who wanted to do away with the OT and all references to it in the NT, a heretic.

  • Leanne Ceadaoin

    Pretty sure I’ve heard all but 3 or 4 of these in church … a church with a lectionary, anyway.

  • Sambo Davis JR

    Why repent? Blasphemy is unforgivable. What’s done is done. Might as well ride the snake. Sin it up.

  • Aj Tyne

    This was NOT done in the name of my God or any other God. This was done in the name of GREED, along with arrogance and ignorance.

  • Aj Tyne

    Blasphemy is NOT unforgivable. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is unforgivable. We don’t definitely understand that. However, most true Christians consider it to be the sin of never accepting the gift of salvation — the Holy Spirit convicts each of us of our sin and need for salvation. If we continue to reject that, we eventually harden ourselves until we can no longer even feel that conviction. If we can’t sense the conviction, we will not ever turn from our sin and accept Jesus as our Savior, so in that sense we are doomed and unforgiven. Hence the only unforgivable sin. ‘Sinning it up’ would be a devastating decision because it sets you on that path toward a final, permanent rejection of God. Also, because you will have to face God one day and though you will have no excuse, you certainly do not want to face Him and say I just tried to commit as much sin as possible. The fact that you know what sin is, so that you would know what to do in order to ‘sin it up’ means that you do know right from wrong and you would be willfully and deliberately aligning yourself against the one and only God — very unwise.

  • Aj Tyne

    Yes, they’re all in the Bible — and pretty much all taken out of context or without the least understanding (which is given by God to those who SINCERELY ask Him). The ones you can’t find, go to Bible Gateway, and do a search for the words that are used here in each example on their list — it will usually pull up the correct chapter and verse.

  • tibet

    Now David had said, Surely in vain have I kept all that this fellow hath in the wilderness, so that nothing was missed of all that pertained unto him: and he hath requited me evil for good.

    22 So and more also do God unto the enemies of David, if I leave of all that pertain to him by the morning light any that pisseth against the wall.
    I Samuel 25 v21/22 KJV This list or whatever you call it has to have been compiled by someone ignorant of Christians or Christianity. Like the Liberals who profess shock for Christian support for the death penalty for murderers. They just don’t seem to get it that our Lord commands that those who murder must be put to death, and if we are to be obedient, we must support that position. The scripture I put up has nothing to do with that, I just like it.

  • Chapmac

    What cromagnon rightwingersin Washington are you speaking of-or is the B DS so deeply embedded you use the same insults for the Obamassiah and his gang of Krapulent Kenyan Kommunists?

  • Chapmac

    Odd how critical thinking only includes critical of specific targets?

  • Chapmac

    Feeling superior to others is a drug which, like other drugs requires repeated and gradually increased doses to reproduce the originsl high.

  • Exbuglady

    The bible is a crock

  • Johhyringo

    So why is it translated as rape , you total arsole . Did you borow an idiots brain .