Unformatted text preview: discover the roots of humanity as we do now. Furthermore some passages are not to be taken literally. I remember in school we discussed Matthew 27:25, “His blood be on us and on our children”, and how it had a history of anti-Semitic meaning and how that it was merely an exaggeration by people in the day. Literally I believe that the Bible has numerous scientific flaws but illiterates the code of ethics in a human very well. Times have changed drastically since the Bible has been written. Technology and human thought have changed so much yet the Bible remains the same. The masses are still willing to read and follow the Bible because it is truly timeless. Critics may say that the Bible may be outdated and I agree in some areas, but overall, the Bible teaches a sort of universal truth that sets the moral code for all of Christianity to follow....
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course THEO 1001 taught by Professor Machiela during the Fall '08 term at Notre Dame.
- Fall '08