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    • These comments are going to be fucking retarded.
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    • Yeah but Jesus also said if a woman is today it’s just because she didn’t yell loud enough so she must have wanted it
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    • This isn’t literal, Jesus isn’t teaching self mutilation here. This scripture means to cast away temptation, not your literal eye or your literal hand. Something causing you to lust? Don’t look at it. Something temping you to steal? Put your hands in your pockets and walk away from it. Like that.
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    • Lol did no one even read the verse before, Matthew 18:7.... it literally says “what sorrow awaits the person who does the tempting”. Modesty is a choice just as much as how we react to the lack of it.
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    • Well technically he was speaking in a parable and meant if something in your life causes you to sin, get rid of it no matter how important you may think it is. But yeah sure
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    • If you read the context He’s not telling you to self mutilate, He’s saying it’s better to harm yourself than to fall to sin.
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    • The amount of people who blindly read a misquoted Bible verse without context and instantly agree shows full retard has been initiated. That Idiocracy movie wasnt fake after all. We're doomed
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    • You guys sure are special to take it seriously. He says if you blame your eyes for sin, cut them out. If you blame your hands or feet, cut them off. It's supposed to be absurd. Stop blaming your sin on your body parts and own that it's from within. I'm not religious but I'm also not retarded
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    • As a Christian these actually make me laugh. Because Jesus was more of a badass than you'd think. He flipped merchants stalls and yelled at them for selling stuff in a prohibited area. Jesus could be captain of the HPD (Heavenly police department)
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    • If you're reading this, Jesus loves you.
      Thest 15 apr
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    • Quoting only the parts that agree with your point of view? Where have I seen this before
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    • Alright but dressing like a slut and walking into a shady neighborhood still isn’t a very good idea.
      Obscene 16 apr
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    • Believing Tumblr’s interpretation of the Bible is like getting a blind man’s interpretation of a painting. They know fuck all about it and just make shit up. These are the same retards that think Muhammed the child-rapist was a feminist. 0 IQ, I tell you. Not a brain cell to be found.
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    • Actually the passage is talking about the intensity of Gods hatred of sin, not advocating self mutilation
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    • Y’all realize Jesus taught in parables right? Like, don’t actually cut off you’re hand, he’s saying solve problems (like lust) at a personal root
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    • “Women should adorn themselves modestly and appropriately and sensibly in seemly apparel, not with elaborate hair arrangement or gold or pearls or expensive clothing,” (1 Timothy 2:9 AMP)
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    • To clarify, the verses go on to basically say: it's better to gouge your eye out that to spend eternity in hell. In other words, if something is enabling or tempting you into sinning, it's better to just get rid of it than to have the temptations there. It doesn't literally mean gouge your eye out.
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    • Hold on. Are thots picking and choosing from the bible to suit their needs now? Because that part of the bible wasn't redering to state of dress. If I recall correctly it was coveting things that don't belong to you, as in someone else's wife, etc. Not state of dress.
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    • people love to ignore all the other parts of the bible where it does tell people to dress modestly. also top comment isn’t even close to true and I’m disturbed it got so many likes
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    • What Jesus meant was, remove what causes you to sin, even if it’s painful to do so. He isn’t speaking literally
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    • 1. The Bible does encourage modesty among women and 2. This is metaphorical to express how serious the sin is. The Bible also says to cut off any body part that makes you sin. If it was serious, we’d all be headless.
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    • Tumblr just loves using examples from the Bible until they find one that says that being gay is a sin
      80HD 15 apr
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    • He did say that (basically) but there are also verses that tell women to dress modestly and not try and draw attention to themselves. There are verses that tell both genders to fix the issue. It’s not up to one person or one type of person. It’s an issue that needs to be fixed by both sides.
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    • I'm too tired for this shit. Let it suffice to say their picking the verses they want to hear and ignoring the rest
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    • Imagine taking everything that literally. Like how head ass do you have to be to not understand a parable
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    • How it's translated is the source of the confusion. What is meant is that it is better that I had been blinded than to look and lust, and that it is better that I had lost my hand than to do evil with the hand. Bad translation, folks.
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    • Well that's not what the actual bible says, but that's cool. That's what happens when you throw modern interpretations on something written a couple thousand years ago to dumb things down.
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    • Yea men should be able to control themselves and not stare but you should still wear modest clothes because not every other female wants to see your pussy hanging out Melissa
      Mrs_Rader 17 apr
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    • The bible actually does tell women to dress modestly..
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    • 98% of you don't have a clue how to read this bible and it shows. It wasn't written for you. You can't tell someone what it means or what values it's trying to impart if you haven't even tried to study the context that it had for the ORIGINAL audience. It's called exegesis.
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    • He also says to not provoke people to sin. Meaning don’t be the cause of someone else to stumble.
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    • These tards don’t know what they’re talking about. It’s not “literally remove their eyes”. First off, it’s one eye not both eyes. The verse is a way to describe removing shitty things that persuade you to sin. It requires personal sacrifice, but it’s worth it.
      Fish4Hire 15 apr
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    • First off, this isn’t a commandment. It’s an illustration saying you would be better off not having eyes than using your eyes to sin. Second, the Bible tells women to dress modestly: 1 Timothy 2 says it explicitly, and several passages say not to do things that cause temptation for others.
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    • The lack of biblical knowledge in both this post and the comments is enormous, but not surprising
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    • It's almost like he was being metaphorical or something 🤔
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    • Ah yes, the “man is in the wrong” tumblr thread
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    • Jesus spoke in parables fam. He doesnt want you to literally poke your eye out but just be careful not to sin.
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    • Fellas I’m not tryna push my religion cause I am a Christian but it’s not supposed to be literal. “How do you know?” Cause of the scripture surrounding the verse, this is an example of cherry picking.
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    • Proof that morons take everything out of context then call bible readers ignorant, stupid and backwards thinking
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    • Not to get political or anything but what the fuck ls oatmeal.
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    • God emphasizes men having control over themselves. Islam blames lust on the woman for being a woman. Do people not see why Christianity is no where comparable to islam
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    • He also asked the woman accused of adultery to not repeat that offense again. After scaring off her accusers. Don't throw your toxic masculinity crap into Jesus' teachings.
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    • It’s a metaphor. He didn’t literally mean gauge them out. He was implying that you must do whatever necessary to avoid sin. It’s a drastic example to instill fear into their minds
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    • God: *creates humans with sex organs specifically designed to make them want to reproduce*; also God: “iF yOu So MuCh As LoOk At A vAgInA i WiLl FuCkInG bUrN yOu FoR EtErNiTy”
      Stickz99 15 apr
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    • 1 Timothy 2:9-10 "Paul said: I also want women to dress modestly, with decency and propriety...” Proverbs 11:22 "Like a gold ring in a pig's snout is a beautiful woman who shows no discretion.”
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    • Yes Jesus said that but the Bible also literally tells everyone to dress modestly
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    • He was talking about sinning in general and using body parts as metaphors. Like if there's a part of your life that causes you to sin, then cut it out. Not "hurr durr cut your eye out to not see boobies."
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    • "This woman CHEATED on her husband! She dinner! She should be killed with stones!" "Who hasn't sinned? If you haven't go ahead."
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    • Everything taken from holy books is mostly out of context. I dont know what kind of asshole made this trend but it really shows how dumb we can be from looking at part of the story instead of all of it
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    • He was speaking metaphorically, but yeah. His message was directed to all the uptight fucks who thought they were perfect.
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    • I swear, 99% of atheist arguments are based on them taking metaphors literally.
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    • You know, at first I did not get how that helps... but it makes sense after I read on... do not blame the woman for something she had no control over... blame the man for not being a gentleman and acting out on something he should have control over
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    • I love how it's okay to look down and speak badly of someone's religion, but if you speak badly and look down on gays then its an entirely different thing. Makes sense
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    • I dont like these mf comments saying the Bible is dumb I believe in God so anyone say bad thing about my religion go fuck yourself
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    • Mohammad: if a woman shows anything but her eyes stone her to death
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    • He meant it as, it's better to lose an eye/limb vs losing your entire body(soul) to sin and eternal death. He didn't literally mean cut your fucking eye out you heathens
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    • To be fair, the Bible does also say that women should dress modestly
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    • PorkSword 15 apr
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    • This isn’t literal, all is saying is that if there is something in your life causing you to sin leave it behind, it’s a metaphor
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    • There’s a difference between a guy creeping on a girl and a girl dressing like a slut which causes multiple people to look at her...
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    • Yeah it’s metaphorical. Essentially it’s saying fix yourself since you can’t fix others.
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    • Jesus was big on personal responsibility. Resist sin, help others, pay your taxes, show love.
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    • I give up with these people. I honestly don't care about them anymore. There's so much dumbass shit in this world and im just one man. I cant fix it all.
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    • The Bible also says dress modestly but ok
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    • always point to the Dave Chappelle stand up where he let's woman know the business. Wear what you want but if you dress like a hoe it's pretty damn confusing to tell if you're a hoe or not. Like if I dressed like a police officer people would probably think I'm a police officer
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    • I think he meant metaphorically plucking their eyes out...
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    • Lets play spot the feminist
      canadain 15 apr
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    • Jesus, I'm trying to stay pure and Christian, but these girls are dummy thicc, and the clap of their asscheeks keeps drawing my attention
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    • Jesus didn’t mean to literally gouge your eyes out, or cut your hand off. He was using that statement figuratively, saying it was sin, and a sin must be removed.
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    • how they not realize he isn't speaking literally; he means if something in your life causes sin, get rid if it, even if it feels as important to you as an eye or a hand
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    • When you take bible stories way too literally and only focus on a metaphorical sentence
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    • It was metaphorical. The Bible speaks in riddles to persuade people to come to god on their own with what they believe the Bible means. In this case Jesus is trying to tell men to be of a whole heart and to resist the temptations of lust.
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    • It means that if you know something is making you sin, remove it from your life... you can’t read the Bible and take it literally, you need to discern what the verses meant
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    • This doesn't mean that Jesus wanted women dressing immodestly, you realize that right? It just means that he thinks his believers should exert more self control than the sinner.
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    • He's saying that if your eye offends you/causes you to sin, it would be better for you to pluck it out and live without an 'evil' eye than to live with it. He's saying to separate yourself from sin, not be partially living in/corrupted by it
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    • These are the types of people that tell you Harry Potter is full of rich deep symbolism. Yet they see parables of Jesus as banal and without depth
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    • How to tell when someone has read like 4 sentences of the Bible and 3 of them were probably for a political argument
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    • SJWs hate the bible, except when its convenient
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    • OP be like “hmmmm there’s no possible way this can be construed to apply to women. We all know women don’t lust, cheat, rape, or have a sex drive at all”
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    • I’m pretty sure the message is more like, “If you can’t control your sins, you are a bad person and should probably distance yourself from these temptations.”
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    • My favorite story is where these kids made of a guy for being bald so he sent three she bears to destroy them
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    • So many idiots. It wasnt meant literally. Almost everything he said was in metaphor. God this is why people dont believe. Their to literal
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    • Why do people take anything in the Bible literally 😂
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    • My favorite part of this is people making up fake scenarios instead of just reading the context to Matthew 18:9 any person knows the books have context before and after
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    • God speaks in parables and metaphors so that people who don’t know him and don’t want to have no idea what he’s saying
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    • It is a metaphor about how if something is causing you to sin then get rid of it. Not literally cutting your eyes out
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    • scrolling through these comments like https://ifunny.co/fun/vrKiVKHM6
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    • Shit dude. A lot of niggas in this comment section getting butthurt over tumblr bible study when all its saying is dont be a pervert.
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