didn't offer his "first fruits" as it were. It had nothing to do with their avoidance of eating meat.
If it genuinely bothers you that the discussion is taking place, don't read it.
If you want us to believe that you would like to shorten the conversations, stop elongating them (or on other quizzes, initiating them and then pretending like you intended the opposite)
It's telling that you keep coming back over and over again to leave inane comments until someone gives you attention, stirring, stirring, waiting to get a bite, so that you can pretend like you were expecting the opposite reaction.
If you want to talk about Celtic music find a quiz on the subject and comment there. This is not a chat room. It's the comments section for a quiz on a specific subject. You would expect to find comments pertaining to that subject here.
Anyone who believes that the bible is the literal word of an omniscient, omnipotent, benevolent god despite its many self-contradictions, scientific inaccuracies and major moral failings is clearly deluded.
Any fully developed adult should be able to recognise that Abrahamic institutions are dangerous, morally corrupt and man made. To believe that they are benevolent and divine is deserving of, at the very least, admonishment and more appropriately ridicule.
Do you have any questions or a point to make?
Maybe as one module of a philosophy class or similar if it was covering the historicity of religion (rather than as moral guidance)
Ray Comfort bibliophile