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5289, RE: For the most part they probably are
Posted by MsFatBooty, Fri Apr-11-03 02:56 AM
>But there are some differences:
>-for one any practice of polyagomy is not allowed anywhere
>in the Bible under the Mosiac law. If I'm not mistaken,
>isn't it alright for men to have 4 or so wives in the
>Some of the prophets and kings in Israel had more than one
>wife (Solomon had over 700) but I don't thihnk this act was
>*accepted* but tolerated.

Yes He was lead astray when he married a woman who worshped a goddess
>-Which son of Abraham is the "golden child" (Ishmael vs.

>which I think in some ways begins to take on an obvious
>racial tone.

It was just a result of God's promise and the result of Abraham's wife being unpatient and lacking faith (suggesting that Abraham have a child with the maidservant)

>-I could be wrong, but I think the law against pork (and
>other supersticious practices) is taken away in the NT.

Yes. What defiles a man is not what he puts into his mouth but comes out of his mouth (Lies and etc) defiles him.

>-How to get favor with God/get into heaven (atonement vs.
>good works).

Faith and living the life he wants you to live.

>Then there's the biggest difference - the life and times of
>Yeshua Ben Yosef AKA Jesus The Christ AKA Iesus AKA Prophet
>Now yall know I don't believe in any such concept as as
>"trinity" and believe only The Father (who I gues is the
>same as Allah) is God, but the Qu'ran does not support the
>atonement and resurrection.
>I'm also not sure if it supports free will or pre-destiny
>cause in my view the Bible supports the former.

Freewill. In the sence we can choose