No Bible Verse Condemns Pedophiles! So It’s Ok?

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6 Responses to No Bible Verse Condemns Pedophiles! So It’s Ok?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Christians and Jews reveal a weak spot when it comes to objections to pedophilia. When pressed, they can’t be able to provide any proof-texts condemning the practice. In the Rabbinical Jews the men (such as Isaac) is allowed to have sex with prepubescent girls (such as 3 years old Rebecca). By validating Rebecca’s marriage in Rom 9:10, Paul approves the underage marriage in the NT.
    Rom 9:10
    And not only this; but when Rebecca also had conceived by one, even by our father Isaac;

    Rabbi Tobiah Ben Eliezer, Pesikta Zutrata, Gen 24.
    When Abraham returned from Mount Moriah, at that very moment Sarah died, and Isaac was then thirty-seven; and at that very time Abraham was told of Rebekah’s birth; Thus we find that Rebecca was 3 years old when she married Isaac.

    Rashi, Genesis Rabbah, 57:1
    The life of Sarah was a hundred and twenty-seven years. This makes Isaac thirty-seven years old, and at that time, Rebecca was born. He waited for her until she would be fit for marital relations – 3 years – and then married her.

  2. madmanna says:

    Usual nonsense.

  3. Faiz says:

    Usual evasiveness from the madman and his lying spirit.

  4. θ says:

    Q.65, v.4 gives a waiting time “Iddah” for the underage girl, it is until she emits her first menstruation from their womb, meaning till her puberty.
    Q.65, v.4. Those who have passed the age of monthly courses amongst your women if you are in uncertainty about it their waiting-period it is three months. And those who have not had yet menstruation and whosoever is pregnant, *their* terms is till pouring out *their* burden. Whoever keeps from disobedience to God in reverence for Him and piety, He makes his affair easy for him.

    Woman’s menstruation is regarded similar to the pregnancy, it is releasing out something from the woman’s womb and vagina.

    Therefore, the Iddah (the “waiting time” when the marriage is yet forbidden to conduct) for the underage girl in Islam is until she reaches her puberty, that is, when she releases her menses.

  5. marthaleyton says:

    “θ says: Woman’s menstruation is regarded similar to the pregnancy, it is releasing out something from the woman’s womb and vagina.
    Therefore, the Iddah (the waiting time when the marriage is yet forbidden to conduct) for the underage girl in Islam is until she reaches her puberty, that is, when she releases her menses.”

    How do you get to conclusion that verse 65:4 is about postponement of marriage for prepubescent girl rather than indirect permission to marry girls who have not got menstruation yet?

  6. θ says:

    “marthaleyton says: How do you get to conclusion that verse 65:4 is about postponement of marriage for prepubescent girl rather than indirect permission to marry girls who have not got menstruation yet?

    First of all, Qur’an consistently uses the Arabic word “Tafl” (per Q.24, v.59) for the underage kids before they reach their puberty. Q.65, v.4 uses the other Arabic word “Nisa” (women), meaning the mature ones.

    Next, the Arabic structure of the passage Qur’an Q.65, v.4 goes as “Wa-Alla-i lam yahidna Wa-Ulatu al-Ahmali”. The verse means “And those who have not had yet menses And whoever is pregnant”. The wording structure shows how they are in the same category.

    Thirdly, as I have mentioned above, woman’s menstruation is regarded an internal *burden* similar to that of pregnancy, it is releasing out something from the woman’s womb and vagina.
    Hence, as Q.65, v.4 says in the plural sense: *their* (both prepubescent girls and pregnant women) terms is till pouring out *their* burden.

    Fourth, Iddah means the Waiting time. The first menstruation for woman marks the day of her puberty. She would regularly emit the blood of a decaying ovum out of her womb.
    In similar manner, the woman’s pregnancy can end anytime (i.e. miscarriage and abortion), it could happen as soon as the day her supposed menstruation should have taken place.
    In the case of miscarriage or abortion before reaching nine months, the condition is just like more or less a menstruation.

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