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Chris's Hosea Chapter 8 comment about verse 4 on 2/27/2021, 2:25pm...

From what you've written, God clothed Adam & Eve with animal skins & saw them as animals. God never clothed me with any animal skin over my God-given human skin, that I'm aware of, so is this skin, that I might have been clothed with, an imaginary skin? Wouldn't it be better understood (& Scriptural) that we have all received the fallen nature of Adam & this is what God sees in his creation, rather than playing around with skins of animals that have no bearing on sin?

You said, "Fornication is the sin of the GentilesThis sin began in Eden". Adam & Eve were neither Jew nor Gentile & there is no evidence at all that they committed fornication. From where did you learn that Adam & Eve fornicated, or is it an assumption to support your belief?


Marilyn Taplin's Hosea Chapter 8 comment about verse 4 on 2/27/2021, 11:14am...


You said "If we cover human beings given to sexual deviancy with the skin of animals, then God sees them as animals?" No, humans do not cover humans with skins. God covers humans with skins as stated in Gen.3:21, "unto Adam and also unto his wife did the Lord God make coats of skins and clothed them." God clothed them in skins. God did not literally kill an animal and use the skin from that animal. God saw them as animals. Animals are not the image of God. After a person commits unnatural sex they have departed from God to serve Satan. They are no longer the image of God. They are like the animals that are not the image of God.

When Jesus sees an entire generation as vipers, they are not wearing Halloween costumes. They did not dress themselves as snakes. He is saying they are children of Satan and not children of God.

The word fornication does not cover all sexual acts. It did not include David's adultery. All sin is not equal. Fornication is idolatry, whoring. 1 Cor. 6:13, "The body is not made for fornication, but for the Lord."

Fornication is the sin of the Gentiles.

Acts 15:28,29: "I lay upon you no greater burden than these necessary things; That ye abstain from meats offered to idols, and from blood and from things strangled, and from fornication from which if ye keep yourselves, ye shall do well."

Fornication is the sin of Babylon.

Babylon is mentioned 260 times in the King James Bible

Rev. 19:2, "For true and righteous are his judgments: for he hath judged the great whore, which did corrupt the earth with her fornication [porneia], and hath avenged the blood of his servants at her hand." The entire earth will be corrupted by this most popular sin of unnatural sex. It is the broad way that leads to destruction. This sin began in Eden.


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