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#306 - tyrson (11/25/2013) [-]
Yes and no. Leviticus contained rules for the population, as well as rules for the priests. The rules mentioned above are for the general populace, IIRC.
That's why orthodox jews often have curly strands of hair at the sides of their heads... there's a verse about that. And why they don't eat pork, and test the fibers of their clothes.
#303 - tyrson (11/25/2013) [-]
Can you cite your source? This would be interesting information to have.
I was under the impression that most of these rules were listed in the OT, specifically the first few books (Torah? there's a name for them.). NT references are usually about people following the old laws or repeating them... not usually god repeating the rules for good measure.
Hell, in a few situations he goes in and specifically counteracts his previous rules... such as the dream in which he told Peter (Paul?) that pigs were now an acceptable source of protein.
#308 - robinwilliamson (11/25/2013) [-]
Here's one up front, Timothy 1:9 (funny how it's like right in the very beginning of a popular one)
"We also know that the law is made not for the righteous but for lawbreakers and rebels, the ungodly and sinful, the unholy and irreligious, for those who kill their fathers or mothers, for murderers, 10 for the sexually immoral, for those practicing homosexuality"
#325 - tyrson (11/25/2013) [-]
I like to play the devil's advocate, and so looked up Timothy chapter 1, thinking that it was likely that the selected portion took some information out of context (as happens with bible verses more often than it should).
However, I feel I should concede the point. Your verse, and the verses preceding it, do seem to imply that the writer (Paul) views homosexuality as an offense alongside the others.
Thank you for this reference, it may come in handy someday.
(And for whatever it might be worth, I clicked the little thumb button. Still not sure what that's about.)
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