Why did Paul command us to "GO BACK" and look at our examples (I Cor 10:11) for doctrine yet 'Christians' don't (I Cor 11:1) for baptism?
IN WHICH >>>NO ONE GOT WET<<< (EXODUS 14:16;22) AND THE LORD'S SUPPER
IN WHICH ALL "ATE SPIRITUAL MEAT AND DRANK SPIRIT DRINK" (I CORINTHIANS 10:3-4)?
CORRECTION: "SPIRITUAL DRINK."
"THE CUP OF BLESSING WHICH WE BLESS IS IT NOT THE COMMUNION OF THE BLOOD OF CHRIST? THE BREADH WICH WE BREAK, IS IT NOT THE COMMUNION OF THE BODY OF CHRIST?
FOR WE BEING BEING MANY ARE ONE BREAD, AND ONE BODY: FOR WE ARE ALL PARTAKERS OF THE THAT ONE BREAD" (AKA CHRIST WHO IS SPIRIT; I COR 12:13) (I CORINTHIANS 10:16-17)!
- MinteeLv 72 months ago
dont worry about what Paul said or didnt say.. He was not God, nor a prophet.. just a typical politician of his time that wanted more votes and followers, so he cooked up some laws that he knew would intice people to come to his way easily.... He changed what Jesus taught so very much, that Christianity is not what it was originally supposed to be by Jesus..
- 2 months ago
1) Why did Paul command us to "GO BACK" and look at our examples (I Cor 10:11)
Clearly he did not do so in that passage.
2) for doctrine yet 'Christians' don't (I Cor 11:1) for baptism?
Conclusion: when your (supposed) supporting verses
do not teach what you claim
how can you expect any Bible-believing Christian to agree with you?
- 2 months ago
Here is some wisdom for you