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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Unicorns in KJV / Gandalf killed

I really have no comment on these two quotes, so I'll let them speak for themselves...

What Does IT Matter If The Word "UNICORN" Appears In The KJV?

Some may say, so what if the KJV says unicorns, what does this prove, what is so bad about it?

I shall explain, besides the fact that the appearance of this factitious one horned horse in scripture is obvious a error showing the ignorance and inability of the 1611 translation comity. The King’s Bible use of it demeans, degrades and cheapens the one true God to a level equal to Pagan mythology.

“Suffer not a witch to live,” so says the Holy Bible and the people of Dema in Andoni Local Government Area of Rivers State may have well done exactly that.
He said they could only get him on Sunday in church, when he must have removed the charms he normally tied around his waist. Reasons being that he would disappear other wise and behold, the truth seekers took the advise of the herbalist and did as he told them. The man was accosted and summoned before a verification shrine to confirm if he actually did as he was being accused. At the shrine the accused and accuser were required to pick a stone for a pot of boiling oil.

Our source explained that if you were innocent you could do that even without feeling the hotness of boiling oil, but if not, you get scalded by the boiling oil. Well our man failed the lithmus test and was given all sorts of disgusting things you can think of to drink and he was put in his canoe and pushed out to sea maybe to die as a way of appeasing the gods of the land. His house and property were also set ablaze.

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At 7/27/2006 11:07 AM, Blogger Zachary Moore declaimed...

Uh... where are these quotes from?

The KJV also translates the Hebrew word "tziph'oni" as "cockatrice." It's a really awful translation for people to be using today.

At 7/27/2006 12:41 PM, Blogger Francois Tremblay declaimed...

Woops. I forgot the links.

At 7/27/2006 2:39 PM, Blogger Bahnsen Burner declaimed...

So I'm wondering, and have a question for all the Christians out there... If I can't prove that cockatrices do not exist, should I accept the possibility that they do? Or, is it acceptable not to believe something even though I cannot prove it's not true?


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