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Lou's request-LoF Dinah

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 18, 2009, at 6:20:32

In reply to Re: Is taking medication being unfaithful to God? meAgain, posted by Dinah on December 17, 2009, at 15:27:27

> Would you consider it unfaithful to God to take an antibiotic? Or to apply pressure to a wound?
> Our bodies, including our brains, sometimes need help. God gave us the intelligence, the will, and the opposable thumbs needed to overcome challenges. As long as you use those things to do His will, why would God not wish for you to be at your best, to better accomplish what He would have you do?

You wrote,[...would you (the initial poster) consider it unfaithful to God to take an antibiotic?...]
I am unsure as to what you are wanting to mean here by that. If you could post answers to the following, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly.
A. Would you consider it unfaithful to God to take an antibiotic?
B. If not, I am unsure as to
1. Which God you are refering to, if you consider that there are many Gods. If you do not consider that there aere many Gods, is the God that you are refering to the same God that the Jews give service and worship to?
2. If you consider an antibiotic a substance that has mind-altering properties or not?
3. If mind-altering drugs are or are not considered by you to be of a nature that the God that you may be referring to will cast those that traffic or use them into the Lake of Fire.
4. Other questions not stated




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