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30% off Everything at The Wandering Bookseller (Christian Bookstore)

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FYI: This is a Christian bookstore. Similar to Koorong but with a clear reformed evangelical basis for stocking books.

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They also sell board games:

  • Dixit $41.99 Board Game Shopper $45.99
  • Bananagrams $20.99 Board Game Shopper $22.14

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  • +3 votes

    Thanks for at least recognising and naming your basis/bias/perspective, is very helpful. If only more were clearer about where they're coming from :)

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    Praise Be.

  • -1 vote

    As soon as I read “Wandering Bookseller” I thought “Wandering Jew”. How appropriate.

  • +7 votes

    What do you recommend as a starting point for someone who wants to read about the laws of the old testament? Specifically executing gay people, adulterers and rape victims in Leviticus 20 and Deuteronomy 22:23-27 respectively.

    Cheers.

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      @Draupnir Read John 8 1-11 for a good start

      If you are worried about people dying please vote against abortion

      Ancient laws for ancient Jewish people are not the actual problem right now

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        If you are worried about people dying please vote against abortion

        Surely Yahweh should do his bit by outlawing miscarriages?

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          miscarriages are not caused by God
          thanks for replacing wilful murder with natural failure

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            @thelastnoob: I thought Yahweh was meant to be an awesome god? You make it sound like he's just like one of the others. I'm not sure who's side you're actually on now.

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              @thevofa: Was geographically limited, therefore clearly not awesome. An awesome god, would be known everywhere, not just by some people in a single place, who then tell other people.

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        Ahh yes. The classic "let he who is without sin cast the first stone". So basically everyone is a sinner and no sinner is able to judge others for their respective sins.

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          Judgement is necessary and unavoidable generally
          Its shows the issue of killing is for ancient jews in the ancient world and has nothing to do with Christianity

          He was bringing it up to cause contention as it is a complete non issue

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            @thelastnoob: Gee, that doesn't at all sound like you're twisting the words to support your own viewpoint at all. But then again why would religion ever do something like that hmm?

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              @potplanty: Hey can you please try to be specific and tell me what I am actually twisting? I am anti cult so I understand your concerns about scripture twisting.

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                @thelastnoob: Well it sounds like you're twisting the definition so that it only applies to olden times. As far as I'm concerned they never mentioned the definitions changing to fit modern times.

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                  @potplanty: It’s basic Christian doctrine. I am not making this up.
                  I’ll make this easy for you.

                  When in history did people who followed the teachings of Jesus Christ kill gays and adulterers?

                  Where in Christian doctrine is this a requirement?

                  It is a contradiction of Christian teachings and never occurred with anyone following the commandments of the Creator of the universe , Jesus.

                  Look up the fundamentals of Christian doctrine as far back as 1900 years ago.

    • +2 votes

      Something like "The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Testament" would be a good place to start.

      Wenham on Leviticus would be excellent or, from a Jewish perspective, try Jacob Milgrom as part of the Anchor/Continental commentaries.

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        +1 to both of these. Only if you are after a serious, critical and academic commentary to this question

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      I'd read Matthew 5:18 if you want to put the old testament into context, instead of these heretical John 8 fans. If you want to reach salvation instead of being satan's pillow friend, you'd get back to the woman bashing and slave owning like Jesus really intended.

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      Leviticus and Deuteronomy seem like a good start.

      Basically it is wrong and they were given harsh punishments. Good thing it's not like that today.

      Dunno about the rape victim part.

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      If you want an actual answer: "Is God anti-gay" is a great introduction.

      https://wanderingbookseller.com.au/p/sex-gender-qca-is-god-a...

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