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ahh. Which makes sense. Then the bible in itself would be channeled messages from what some would consider prophets. I have always considered the bible to be someones preception or someones story combined into one book but would that discredit the ten conmandments then?
Rhe Biblr is written by prophets as well as 1st hand claims at times. I'm neither discrediting or crediting the 10 commandments. All but the 1 seem like good basic rules for all to follow much like the Nag Hammadi laws. It's the 1st examples of laws for a community or society. Which are necessary to some extent simply because ppl aren't taught morals and truth of Self as they should be. Once that happens these type of laws become obsolete and unnecessary. Because everyone is more highly evolved and knowledgeable.
My feelings on this is that 1st of all is that no matter the religion or belief system, ultimately you get to the same goal by Belief alone... that's why we Walk in Faith. That's how creating Works. Having Fairh it will happen. So you can give credit to whatever or whomever you believe in. Even if it's the Spaghetti god... which was the point of their study actually. It wasn't to disprove a creator but to prove the Higher Power IS faith in and of itself.
We know that the bible has been translated a thousand times and misconstrued. but one thing specific is the 10 conmandments where it says thou shall worship no Gods besides me. Also giving reference to if they knew of my creations they could no longer deny my existence. Any thoughts on this. I know personally i have always taken to heart the conmandments just growing up in a church that has been inflitrated that is one that most all religions teach. I believe most would agree their is a Creator that created all things so why are so many channeling these Gods and Goddesses and giving reference to. Is it wrong to chant and do this and call on these entities? Food for thought