Monday, September 04, 2006

Who Could 4-get?

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20 Comments:

Blogger Chana said...

sad all around.

11:52 AM  
Blogger brit com said...

definitely not a worldclass player, as some want us to believe...

12:19 PM  
Blogger brit com said...

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2:01 PM  
Blogger saby said...

at it again eh?
attacking the french



do u no why he did it?

5:31 PM  
Blogger saby said...

attack the old testament instead



How the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) generally viewed women:

Women's behavior was extremely limited in ancient times, much as the women of Afghanistan during the recent Taliban oppression. They were:


Unmarried women were not allowed to leave the home of their father.

Married women were not allowed to leave the home of their husband.

They were normally restricted to roles of little or no authority.

They could not testify in court.

They could not appear in public venues.

They were not allowed to talk to strangers.

They had to be doubly veiled when they left their homes.

In the Hebrew Scriptures, women were generally viewed in a negative light:
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Women were considered inferior to men:
Genesis 1:27 to 3:24:

In the first creation story (Genesis 1:27) God is described as creating man, both male and female at the same time: "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them."
To me, this is interpreted as implying equality between the two genders.
But in the second creation story, (Genesis 2:7) God formed only a man: "...the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.
Realizing that he needed a helper (Genesis 2:18), God marched all of the animals past Adam (Genesis 2:19-20) looking for a suitable animal. Finding none suitable, God created Eve out of one of Adam's ribs. The term "helper" has historically been interpreted as implying an inferior role for Eve, although some modern interpreters believe that the word can mean a companion of equal status. the Hebrew word translated "helper" is used twenty-one times in the Old Testament: twenty of these cases refer to help from a superior.
In Genesis 2:27, Adam later asserts his authority over Eve by naming her: "...she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man." In ancient times, one was believed to have authority over a person or thing by naming it.


Genesis 3:16:Adam's role is to be Eve's master. The King James Version (KJV), New International Version (NIV), and Revised Standard Version (RSV) use the term "rule" to describe Adam's role over Eve: "...thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee." The Living Bible uses the term "master". The Modern Language Bible uses "dominate". By implication, all of their descendents are would have the same power imbalance between spouses.

The bad part about all this is...over in the "middle east"...women are still treated this way. Can't drive a car - can't vote - can't go to school - some can't show their face..let alone their legs! Some can't leave their home compound....and you thought you had it rough!


A man could marry (literally "become the master of the woman") as often as he desired. In Genesis 4:19, Lamech became the first known polygamist when he took two wives. Subsequent men who took multiple wives included: Esau with 3 wives; Jacob: 2; Ashur: 2; Gideon: many; Elkanah: 2; David: many; Solomon: 700 wives of royal birth; Rehaboam: 3; Abijah: 14. Jehoram, Joash, Ahab, Jeholachin and Belshazzar also had multiple wives.

So...according to the Bible...you've come a long way baby!

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5:46 PM  
Blogger michele said...

Butt Head !

Saby why do you fill others
blogs with your political
crap.This is a fun blog,
rant and rave on your own blog Always riding others
coatails.No one visits
you because you're
demented.Plus you talk
to yourself using
multiple personalities.

Who would want to visit you
or take seriously anything
you say?

Nobody reads your crap
you look pathetic,like
i said this is fun blog.

Rant and rave on your own blog.

6:36 PM  
Blogger Betty said...

That looks a bad hit.

7:03 PM  
Blogger Mimi said...

I do not follow sports and all but I certainly remember that!

8:30 PM  
Blogger Keshi said...

unprofessional

Keshi.

9:09 PM  
Blogger starbender said...

chana~ truly

brit~ definitely NOT-- looks good here though....

sabysabysaby~ R U french???
1. How the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) generally viewed women--
That was 3,500 yrs ago-ketchup!
WHY DO U THINK I LIVE IN THE USA???
...and we all know that ADAM ate the apple..... he just blamed it on EVE....

michele~ U tell 'im hon.....

betty~ sure does!

mimi~ World Class S#%Tzmanship!!!

keshi~very!

:)

10:53 PM  
Blogger saby said...

Michele has lost it
i can see the men in white coats coming for her


they will be donning her with a white jacket worn the rongside

11:52 PM  
Blogger saby said...

i am the warrior of light
where i see malice, hatred

i bring light

the light of Jesus

=Paolo Coelho

12:37 AM  
Blogger brit com said...

starbender: Check your mailmakesmecrazy mailbox, please.

saby: That´s why they call it the OLD testament... And for someone who says he has the largest porn collection... it seems you are still in the old testament...

michele: I like your style ;)

6:01 AM  
Blogger David Amulet said...

Gee, great comments this time. Now I see the true benefits of comment moderation.

I agree with Brit Com. He erased any veneer of class that he had with this mind-numbingly stupid and crass act.

-- david

6:27 AM  
Blogger brit com said...

Thanks, David!

By the way. I´m a Portuguese teacher of English and in need of practising some conversation. Anyone up for MSN chat? Except saby... Don´t like his style.

7:44 AM  
Blogger saby said...

heyyy Brit
i cud teach u good conversation

besides i was born in Goa and ruled by the portuguese

i no all about portuguese culture
suzegadd
and siesta

and bon fest

12:27 PM  
Blogger brit com said...

Heyyyy Saby... I'm just being honest. It's true I haven't visited this blog long enough, but I didn´t like your comment with the bible excerpts and the bragging about having the largest porn collection... As I said, not my style. Nothing exceptional about that.
Siesta is Spanish. In Portuguese we say sesta. Never heard the word suzegadd and bon fest is not Portuguese either...
Sorry, but I'm used to correcting... I'm a teacher!

12:36 PM  
Blogger saby said...

i love teachers
they make u do it again and again


till u get it right

1:45 PM  
Blogger Jersey Cynic said...

http://sports.aol.com/soccer/story/_a/italys-materazzi-comes-clean-on-zidane/20060905123209990001

jerks! materazzi is a bigger one though....

8:02 PM  
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11:50 PM  

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