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Hello lovelies! Happy New Year!!
I am back and ready to dive into some more super strange stories from the Bible. And for my first post of the new year, we’re diving deep into the “do as I say” run around we see from book to book. Today, my dears, we’re calling out the Big Man with what we read in in Leviticus 21:17-24 . And before we do, let’s remind him of his own words:
Leviticus includes a plethora of “laws” – most happen to be quite ludicrous and laughable, including having sex while menstruating – not my thing, but who am I to judge? But, after rifling through the pages, I’ve come to the conclusion that:
This is the part of the Bible where whack jobs get the odd notion that homosexuality is punishable by death. To those assholes, I say:
But, once again, I digress. The part of Leviticus we are discussing happens to discriminate against a different type of persons.
Those with a flat nose
Blemish in the eye
Or be scurvy, or scabbed, or hath his stones broken
“He Shall Not Approach”
Meaning, they aren’t allowed to worship or sacrifice in the name of God.
All of this begs the question:
What’s with all the “Jesus Heals” stories???
I guess that means I’m not going to heaven.
Cause I wear glasses.
Posted on January 8, 2014, in Bizarro Bible Stories and tagged Bible, biblical fanfic, Bizarre, Bizarre Bible Stories, Christine Hughes, hypocrite, judgmental, Leviticus, New Stories, New Year, Old Book, wtf. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.