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  • swimmingkangaroo
    ... teaches ... words ... told ... unbound. ... Dindy: Isn t that what caused so much trouble for Jimmy Carter because he said he had lusted in his heart
    Message 1 of 17 , Mar 1, 2008
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      --- In creation_evolution_debate@yahoogroups.com, "physisvnomos"
      <physisvnomos@...> wrote:
      >
      :
      > >
      > > Doesn't the Bible say something about if you think a deed, it is
      > the same as
      > > if you did the thing? So with the power of the printed word I am
      > thinking of
      > > a myth...and it was so!?
      > > Did you feel it?
      > > PRS
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > Ya didn't feel it? I thought a myth of creationists reconciling
      > with reality
      > > and provable world knowledge as well as taking a chill pill when
      > it comes to
      > > relationship intercourse.
      > > Sorry, my experiment in superstition failed again.
      > > PRS
      > >
      >
      > The passage or teaching you are thinking of has to do with the
      > implications of imagination and the desire to do wrong. Jesus
      teaches
      > that the desire to do wrong is bad just as doing it is bad, or
      words
      > to that effect. (No one with any sense can honestly take such an
      > equation literally in all circumstances, or even in most
      > circumstances.) The teaching might be found in Matt. ch. 5 and
      > elsewhere and is best put something like this: Behold some have
      told
      > your not to cheat on your wife, but now I tell you do even cheat on
      > her in your mind.
      > There is an Enlightenment proverb to the effect: Thought is
      unbound.
      > There you have the other end of reality.
      >
      > Timothy E. Kennelly
      >

      Dindy: Isn't that what caused so much trouble for Jimmy Carter
      because he said he had "lusted in his heart" after other women?
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