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2005-05-04 04:10:04 PM

everyone yells that it "was taken out of context" or that it "no longer applies".


apparently the omnipotent God doesn't take the time to put out new editions.


just like the omnipotent God needs his confused followers to do his killing for him/her/it
 
2005-05-04 04:10:12 PM
smeegle

GadNabbit Cat I almost chocked on my lollipop that time. Stop it before I squeek a fart out.

I just couldn't resist pouncing on that joke.
 
2005-05-04 04:10:40 PM
See, all he was doing was offering to marry her so he wouldn't have to marry bubba...

/here comes the bride.
 
2005-05-04 04:11:02 PM
chechcal:

That actually would be a strong deterrant to rape. Sort of, "You broke it, you bought it".
You guys are killing me. Tears are rolling down my face LMAO

If I were forced to marry a guy that had raped me, that dude would wake up with his wanker in his mouth.
 
2005-05-04 04:13:14 PM
Anyone bringing up Old Testament verses are asshats.

Wrong religion, dipshiats. Doesn't apply here, and it wouldn't even if the two people involved were Christian. Get a life.

/Christian
//Tired of BS like this
 
2005-05-04 04:13:37 PM
smeegle: That's KJV for you. It's translate differently in some other versions. The NIV translates it as "violated". The NIV's wording makes the situation a lot more clear:

"25 But if out in the country a man happens to meet a girl pledged to be married and rapes her, only the man who has done this shall die.
26 Do nothing to the girl; she has committed no sin deserving death. This case is like that of someone who attacks and murders his neighbor,
27 for the man found the girl out in the country, and though the betrothed girl screamed, there was no one to rescue her.

28 If a man happens to meet a virgin who is not pledged to be married and rapes her and they are discovered,
29 he shall pay the girl's father fifty shekels of silver. [a] He must marry the girl, for he has violated her. He can never divorce her as long as he lives. "
 
2005-05-04 04:13:53 PM
I've got an even better idea: two speeding bullets should be allowed to have sex with the back of his head.

Asshat.
 
2005-05-04 04:15:25 PM
Artmageddon: /Christian
//Tired of BS like this




Hey how does it feel to have the tables turned and get a load of BS thrown your way?
//
Aw come on lighten up. We are just having a little fun.
Exscuse me I think my broomstick is double parked.
 
2005-05-04 04:15:55 PM
It's impossible to know this, however:

The courts there might not allow for victim's impact statements, especially from women.

Consequently, this may have been a clever way of the judge to "allow" her to answer, knowing she would say what she did and get it entered into the record as a victim's impact statement.

Just a thought, I am willing to give the judge the benefit of the doubt.
 
2005-05-04 04:16:39 PM
smeegle

If I were forced to marry a guy that had raped me, that dude would wake up with his wanker in his mouth.

Let's go out!

/laughs nervously
 
2005-05-04 04:17:01 PM
"If I had mawwied dat bitz, she wood neber 'ad zent me to prizin. Dat bitz. I shoulda punts her in da face."

 
2005-05-04 04:17:04 PM
smeegle: I get BS thrown my way everyday :)

It's all good, I'm just having fun myself.
 
2005-05-04 04:18:04 PM
Where's the Hindu outrage?
 
2005-05-04 04:18:26 PM
heliosc: He can never divorce her as long as he lives. "

Hmm and is thusly condemmed to live with a screaming shrew
foreverv and ever amen.

Okay

(humbled her my arse)
 
2005-05-04 04:18:50 PM
"It was a subtle piece of refinement that God learned Greek when he wanted to become a writer - and that he did not learn it better."

- Nietzsche
 
2005-05-04 04:18:51 PM
Oh stop whining you farking liberals. You know she wanted it.

/gots the bus all to himself...
 
2005-05-04 04:19:27 PM
Three Things:
1-Maybe I missed it but in everyones attempt to riducule their court and judicial system everyone seems to have missed the point that he recieved a much harsher scentence than he would have in a modern enlightned country such as our own (over here we would have asked him who he blames for making him rape her and then let him out in a year)
B-What nucklehead dragged the Bible into this when there is a pretty good chance that it was in no way involved?
And Furthermore- Who is the hot chick with Michael Bolton's cousin at the beginning of this thread.
 
2005-05-04 04:19:33 PM
Isn't this the next logical progression, after Republicans get abortion outlawed?
 
2005-05-04 04:20:17 PM
Artmageddon: Dude, there is a reason the Old Testament is a part of the Bible. It still applies to Christians! It's partially overridden by the New Testament, but not eliminated by it. Read the first parth of Matthew.
 
2005-05-04 04:20:29 PM
Contraband Sandwich: Let's go out!

hahaha that farking funny. Don't be nervous, I likes the womens.
 
2005-05-04 04:20:57 PM
Confoundit
don't forget that this whole thing takes place in india, where, unlike many western cultures, a virginal bride is a BIG issue, like a wedding breaking issue.
and also, if i'm not mistaken,in some indian text, the rapist is supposed to marry the rapee, like is supposed to take on all responsibility of caring for her for the rest of his life and such.
 
2005-05-04 04:21:22 PM


"I'll tell everyone you were untouchable!"
 
2005-05-04 04:22:14 PM
Artmageddon: Dude, there is a reason the Old Testament is a part of the Bible. It still applies to Christians! It's partially overridden by the New Testament, but not eliminated by it. Read the first parth of Matthew.

He is correct. You can't just focus on one part of the bible because it makes you feel good. You have to look at the whole thing, and as a christian, you must accept the WHOLE bible, not just the happy parts.
 
2005-05-04 04:23:10 PM
Trying to remain culturally sensitive after reading an article like this is difficult, yes.
 
2005-05-04 04:24:00 PM
heliosc: Read the first parth of Matthew.

1. parth
smart, cool, and great person.
very god damn sexy too.
although this person can tend to be a bit conceited and arrogant at times, but its only cuz they have something to be conceited about.
that person is so sexy, and cool, almost a parth, but no one can ever be that good, but there pretty damn close.


Matthew was such a sexy cool guy.


Bit conceited though...
 
2005-05-04 04:24:31 PM
When it comes to something liek that, I could care less abotu cultural sensitivity. That is just plane sick.
 
2005-05-04 04:25:11 PM
We need an "India" tag.

/no offense to Indians, but sometimes they need to get lumped with Floridians.
 
2005-05-04 04:26:20 PM
Few countries are really of one religion. Most have a variety of religions in them, though needless to say, some are more popular than others. So calling any country Buddhist, Islamic, or Christain doesn't really mean a whole lot.

Remember, ladies, when you're out late at night, be sure to pack your vagina with razor blades to make you less attractive to rapists.
 
2005-05-04 04:26:25 PM
Man On Fire: I vote for a "Backwards Hick" tag, so we can lump all this news under one place.
 
2005-05-04 04:29:20 PM
Gobus:

you must accept the WHOLE bible, not just the happy parts.

Uhh okay, but the whole tome taken literally is a tad whacked.
 
2005-05-04 04:29:48 PM
Hecticthe13th, if that is correct then it is remarkably similar to the commandment in Deut (see above). Being made to marry the girl you raped and take care of her the rest of your life (if she agrees) seems like a pretty good punishment, if properly enforced.
 
2005-05-04 04:29:50 PM
megalynn44: That is just plane sick.

 
2005-05-04 04:30:00 PM
The dude got:

 
2005-05-04 04:30:16 PM
heliosc
I vote for a "Backwards Hick" tag, so we can lump all this news under one place.

Great idea! Every country, region and religion has got 'em, so we might as well be fair about it.
 
2005-05-04 04:30:24 PM
Uhh okay, but the whole tome taken literally is a tad whacked.

My point exactly.
 
2005-05-04 04:30:34 PM
heliosc: Eh, more like had to read the Bible for class in highschool. Yes, they still do that in Virginia. We read it as "a work of literature".

Am I correct in guessing that it was southern Virginia?

I went to school in Fairfax county and never read the bible in public school.
 
2005-05-04 04:30:46 PM


Wrong religion, dipshiats. Doesn't apply here, and it wouldn't even if the two people involved were Christian. Get a life.

/Christian
//Tired of BS like this



oh, so tired. Weary really.

everyone is a dipshiat for saying such things about Christians. boo hoo


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 the girl's father fifty shekels of silver. He must marry the girl, for he has violated her. He can never divorce her as long as he lives. (Deuteronomy 22:23-29)


this passage has been the law of the land vis a vis rape in christian nations for thousands of years.
 
2005-05-04 04:31:42 PM
heliosc
Artmageddon: Dude, there is a reason the Old Testament is a part of the Bible. It still applies to Christians! It's partially overridden by the New Testament, but not eliminated by it. Read the first parth of Matthew.

I'll admit that for starters, I'm not a perfect Christian, nor am I "holier than thou" enlightened when it comes to the Bible. I'm trying to find out more and more about it everyday. Basically, I'm not going to be a dick like some people might think :)

Getting to your point, I think it applies to an extent, at least from what I see in today's world. One thing that I've heard is that you have to accept the Bible as the "whole truth", meaning you either believe in everything that was written by God in it, or you don't believe in the whole thing. Many people look at Leviticus when they give gay people crap about their sexuality, yet hardly anyone pays attention to the stuff about pork, or say, uncleanliness. I mean, why is it okay to reject gay people, yet it can be implied in the same book, that if I were to give my girlfriend a hug during "that time of the month", I'd be "unclean"? (probably a poor example of comparison, but...) My point is, there seems to be a lack of consistency. Shouldn't we hear about this sort of thing more often from religious types?

I'm not trying to imply that the OT is deprecated, or useless or anything...but rather MAYBE secondary to the NT(OT is the time before Christ, a "history of the world", the NT is how Christ came, and what we must do to be in His kingdom).

Again, not looking to get flamed for trying to "impose my beliefs" upon others or something.
 
2005-05-04 04:32:01 PM
/wait, we can do that?
 
2005-05-04 04:32:02 PM

/wait, we can do that?
 
2005-05-04 04:32:21 PM
educated: Trying to remain culturally sensitive after reading an article like this is difficult, yes.

You must be American.... Because that's the exact same thing the rest of the world says when they hear about 'Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire', celebrity sex tapes and Bush's re-election....
 
2005-05-04 04:33:11 PM
And you know, another good thing about India is all the outsourcing jobs we supply for those sick bastards.
 
2005-05-04 04:33:29 PM
smeegle: What's the logical alternative? Saying "these are the laws of God, and my punishment for breaking them is eternal damnation, but I don't like all of them, so I'll pretend they don't exist". People have this idea that Christianity is this happy religion where "being a good person and saying you believe in Jesus" is all you need to do. That's a pop-culture myth. Christianity is a harsh religion, and it hasn't gotten any less harsh in hundreds of years. People have just gotten lax about following it. Make no mistake, if the Bible is actually what it claims it is, the majority of Christians alive are going to hell.
 
2005-05-04 04:33:54 PM
Solia
thank you, that was probably what i was thinking of. it's amazing how uneducated i am in the intricacies of the majority religion of my countries.
 
2005-05-04 04:34:01 PM
Gobus: My point exactly.

It was written by so many people though, it would be silly consider it wholly.
Oh wait did I say silly? I meant pious.
 
2005-05-04 04:34:42 PM
Smeegle

...hmmm, a chick who is into ladies and mutilating dudes?

/strangely arousing...

//kidding

That crack about wakeing up with his weener in his mouth is pretty good, consider that stolen.

///just might top "I'll ram your shoulder up your ass," but then again, the logistics of ramming someone's shoulder up one's ass is pretty intriguing (sp?)...
 
2005-05-04 04:35:43 PM
dammit, delete one of those ugly faces mods
 
2005-05-04 04:36:48 PM
heliosc:

Christianity is a harsh religion, and it hasn't gotten any less harsh in hundreds of years. People have just gotten lax about following it. Make no mistake, if the Bible is actually what it claims it is, the majority of Christians alive are going to hell.

Not disagreeing, I would be executed for being gay.
The harshness in the religion was created by crusty old half crazed buttholes.
 
2005-05-04 04:37:07 PM
He needs to be Ass Raped, Repeatedly, with a Pine Apple.
No Lube.
 
2005-05-04 04:37:22 PM
heliosc, I see you are rather ignorant about Islamic practices concerning rape.

To prove a rape under Shariah Law, you must have at least 4 reliable male witnesses. If you do not have 4 male eyewitnesses, then the sex is considered consensual and the woman is stoned to death for adultery.
 
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