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Do Christians acknowledge the fact that their religion is myth and denies all philosophy?
Not trying to be offensive. I'm just wondering how many of the stories in their bible they believe to be factual.
For example the story of Samson killing 1000 men with the jawbone of a donkey.
Do you believe that story is 100% true?
The inerrency of the bible is not agreed upon by the various denominations of Christianity.
While Fundamentalists believe that th Bible is completely factual, more liberal faiths believe that some of the stories are either metaphorical, translated incorrectly, or are incomplete.
Some faiths completely disregard the central theme of some Bible passages. More liberal faiths do not ask their members to keep the sabbath, for example. Meanwhile, more conservative Christians ignore the apparent pacifism of Jesus' "Sermon on the Mount."
Therefore, it's not really valid to lump all Christians into one group, and then ask how many "stories" they believe.
donkey jaw bone and salamay "mama say"
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